SEVENTEEN’s “24H” Goes Platinum In Japan

SEVENTEEN’s “24H” has now been certified platinum in Japan!

On October 9, the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ) announced its certifications for the month of September. The list includes the new platinum certification for SEVENTEEN’s second Japanese mini album “24H,” which came out on September 9.

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.”

A platinum certification from the RIAJ is given to albums and singles that exceed 250,000 copies in cumulative net shipments.

SEVENTEEN is currently gearing up for a Korean comeback on October 19 with the special album “; [Semicolon].”

Congratulations to SEVENTEEN!

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