‘SEVENTEEN,’ the K-pop sensation, has established their unrivalled position yet again by topping domestic and international music charts with their tenth mini-album, FML. The group’s accomplishments have been nothing short of astounding, with the group becoming the only band to sell more than three million copies on the first day of the album’s international release.
Furthermore, with 4,550,214 copies sold in the first week, they set a new record for the highest initial Chodong sales volume of a K-pop album.
SEVENTEEN ranked first on Oricon’s weekly album chart in Japan for the aggregation period of April 24–30. ‘FML’ went on to take first position on Billboard Japan’s ‘Artist 100,’ ‘Hot Album,’ ‘Downloaded Album,’ and ‘Top Album Sales’ charts.
Following its debut, it is SEVENTEEN’s first album with a double title song. The music video for ‘F*ck My Life’ had everyone gathering and leaving somewhere in search of true happiness in a world full of misfortune. In comparison, the music video for ‘Super’ had an amazing mega-crew performance that showed the group’s various attractions.
After the sound source was released, ‘Super’ not only topped the Melon and Bugs real-time charts, which are prominent music sites in Korea, but it also topped the iTunes ‘Top Song’ chart in 36 countries and regions, including Singapore, the Philippines, Brazil, and India. It made an impression on the global charts.
They proved that their success is not confined to Korea, and they continue to set new records. ‘FML,’ the group’s tenth mini album, has sent messages of comfort and hope to their followers all around the world.