TWICE Becomes K-Pop Girl Group With Most RIAJ Album Certifications In Japan + SEVENTEEN Goes Platinum

The Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ) has announced its latest batch of official certifications!

On January 14, the RIAJ announced that TWICE’s latest Japanese single “Doughnut” had received an official gold certification for over 100,000 units shipped in less than a month. According to the RIAJ’s certification thresholds, albums are certified gold at 100,000 units shipped and platinum at 250,000.

“Doughnut” marks TWICE’s 15th album to earn an official RIAJ certification, making them the K-pop girl group with the highest number of certified albums in Japan.

Meanwhile, SEVENTEEN’s special Japanese single “Power of Love” received an official platinum certification for over 250,000 units shipped in the first month of its release.

Notably, “Power of Love” is SEVENTEEN’s third release to go platinum in Japan within the span of one year, following their 2021 Korean mini albums “Your Choice” and “Attacca.”

Congratulations to both TWICE and SEVENTEEN!

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