Seventeen Becomes First K-Pop Artist to Sell Over 6 Million Copies of a Single Album

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Seventeen has made history by becoming the first K-pop artist to sell over 6 million copies of a single album. The group’s 10th mini album, “FML,” has sold over 6 million copies since its release in April.

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This is a major achievement for Seventeen, who have been steadily growing in popularity since their debut in 2015. The group has released a string of successful albums and singles, and its fan base has grown to include fans from all over the world.

The success of “FML” is a testament to Seventeen’s talent and hard work. The album features a diverse range of genres and styles, and the group’s vocals and performances are top-notch.

Seventeen’s success is also a sign of the growing popularity of K-pop around the world. The genre has become increasingly popular in recent years, and Seventeen is one of the leading groups in the global K-pop scene.

Seventeen Becomes First K-Pop Group to Sell Over 6 Million Copies of a Single Album
Seventeen “FML”

Seventeen’s history and previous successes:

Seventeen was formed in 2015 by Pledis Entertainment. The group consists of 13 members: S.Coups, Jeonghan, Joshua, Jun, Hoshi, Wonwoo, Woozi, The8, Mingyu, DK, Seungkwan, Vernon, and Dino.

Seventeen made their debut with the mini album “17 Carat” in May 2015. The album was a commercial success, selling over 100,000 copies in South Korea.

Seventeen has since released a string of successful albums, including “Teen, Age” (2017), “An Ode” (2019), and “Face the Sun” (2022). The group has also won numerous awards, including the Mnet Asian Music Award for Best Male Group (2016) and the Golden Disc Award for Album of the Year (2022).

Source – TheFactKorea

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