Seventeen’s ‘FML’ Breaks K-pop Record with 4.5M Album Sales, Surpasses BTS’ ‘Map of the Soul: 7’.
K-pop group Seventeen has achieved an incredible feat with their tenth mini-album “FML,” which has shattered records in the K-pop industry.
K-pop , K-pop group: Album Record-Breaking Sales:
“FML” has become the best-selling K-pop album in history, selling over 4.5 million copies within just one week of its debut. The album also became the first-ever album in Hanteo’s history to sell over 3 million copies on its first day of release, setting a new milestone in the K-pop industry.
K-pop , K-pop group: Album Highest Total Sales:
Seventeen’s management team announced that “FML” sold approximately 4,550,214 copies in its first week alone, setting a new record for the highest total sales of any album to date. This title was previously held by BTS’ “Map of the Soul: 7,” which sold around 3.3 million units in its first week and 4.2 million overall.
K-pop , K-pop group: Solidifying Their Position:
Seventeen’s unprecedented success has solidified their position as one of the biggest acts in K-pop, with their dedicated fanbase demonstrating unwavering support. Their achievement has undoubtedly paved the way for future generations of K-pop artists to strive for greatness.