SEVENTEEN Breaks Record for Highest 1st-Day Sales With 4 Million Copies Sold

SEVENTEEN is making history with their new album!

On April 24 at 6 p.m. KST, SEVENTEEN returned with their 10th mini album “FML.” According to Hanteo Chart, “FML” sold approximately 4 million copies on the first day of the album’s release.

This achievement makes “FML” the album with the highest first-week sales in K-pop history and SEVENTEEN the only group to surpass 3 million copies sold on the first day of the album’s release. Not only that, SEVENTEEN surpassed their previous first-week sales record of 2,067,769 copies sold with “Face the Sun” in just one day.

Furthermore, “Super,” one of the double title tracks for “FML” along with “F*ck My Life,” topped various music streaming sites including Melon and Bugs, and it also placed No. 1 on iTunes Top Songs charts in 36 regions including Singapore, the Philippines, Brazil, India, and more.

Ahead of SEVENTEEN’s comeback with “FML,” SEVENTEEN broke the record for the highest stock pre-orders achieved in K-pop history, also becoming the second artist in history to surpass 4 million stock pre-orders.

Congratulations to SEVENTEEN!

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