SEVENTEEN’s “24H” Becomes Group’s 4th Consecutive Album To Top Oricon Weekly Albums Chart

SEVENTEEN has set a new personal record with their Japanese mini album “24H.”

According to a report by Oricon on the morning of September 15, SEVENTEEN’s second Japanese mini album “24H” ranked No. 1 on Oricon’s weekly albums chart (for the week of September 7 through September 13). The first week’s sales for the album also surpassed 240,000, for the group’s first time hitting over 200,000 sales in the first week with a mini album.

Moreover, “24H” follows SEVENTEEN’s sixth Korean mini album “You Made My Dawn,” third studio album “An Ode,” and seventh mini album “Heng:garæ” to become the group’s fourth consecutive project to hit No. 1 on Oricon’s weekly albums chart.

SEVENTEEN’s “24H,” including a title track of the same name, features Japanese versions of the vocal unit’s “Pinwheel,” performance unit’s “247,” hip hop unit’s “Chilli,” and the song “Together” from their seventh Korean mini album “Heng:garæ.”

Congratulations to SEVENTEEN!

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