SEVENTEEN Shatters Oricon Records with “SEVENTEENTH HEAVEN” Album

Pioneering Foreign Artists Celebrate 11th No.1 Album on Weekly Oricon Chart

SEVENTEEN Shatters Oricon Records with "SEVENTEENTH HEAVEN" Album


SEVENTEEN, a dominant force in the K-pop scene, clinches another record by securing their 11th No. 1 album on the prestigious Oricon’s weekly album chart.

On the last day of October, Oricon shared the thrilling news that SEVENTEEN’s freshly released mini album, “SEVENTEENTH HEAVEN”, had claimed the top spot for the week spanning from October 23 to 29.

This achievement signifies SEVENTEEN’s consistency and massive appeal, as “SEVENTEENTH HEAVEN” is their seventh in a row—and 11th in total—to reign supreme on the chart. This outstanding feat etches their name in the annals of Oricon history, crowning SEVENTEEN as the inaugural foreign act to clinch No. 1 with as many as 11 diverse albums.

Beyond Japan’s shores, “SEVENTEENTH HEAVEN” has been making waves, setting the record as the pioneer album in Hanteo’s chronicles to surpass 5 million sales in its debut week. Additionally, the captivating title track “God of Music” swiftly ascended to the pinnacle on multiple Korean realtime music charts, including the likes of Melon, Genie, and Bugs, post its launch.

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