, Seventeen Proves Their Sustained Popularity By Charting Another No. 1 Album In Korea, The Nzuchi News Forbes

Seventeen Proves Their Sustained Popularity By Charting Another No. 1 Album In Korea

, Seventeen Proves Their Sustained Popularity By Charting Another No. 1 Album In Korea, The Nzuchi News Forbes

South Korean all-male vocal act Seventeen is back with a new set and their massive fan base quickly made it the biggest title in their home country. 

Seventeen returns to No. 1 on the Gaon Albums chart this week with their just-released EP Don’t Fight the Feeling, which wastes no time going right to the top. The project reportedly sold more than one million copies in South Korea alone in less than seven days, so it’s not surprising it debuts atop the ranking of the bestselling titles in the nation.

Don’t Fight the Feeling appears to be Seventeen’s twelfth No. 1 on the Gaon Albums chart, a sum which includes quite a few proper full-lengths, many EPs and  several reissues. All but two of the group’s short sets have topped the tally, while all of their albums have risen to the highest rung.

, Seventeen Proves Their Sustained Popularity By Charting Another No. 1 Album In Korea, The Nzuchi News Forbes

The new EP is fronted by lead single “Ready to Love,” which opens as the best selling song in South Korea and at No. 42 on the Gaon Digital chart, which includes all forms of consumption. 

Seventeen leads a top 10 in the Gaon Albums chart that features several new releases, including just-dropped projects from the likes of BamBam and Brave Girls, as well as quite a few winners from ATEEZ, who are enjoying a huge week on the South Korean rankings. 

Last week’s leader, EXO’s Don’t Fight The Feeling, falls outside the top 10 entirely, dipping from No. 1 to No. 13 in one enormous tumble.

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