HYBE Labels artists such as BTS, Tomorrow x Together (TXT), ENHYPEN, and SEVENTEEN exert a strong influence on the Japanese charts.
According to the latest weekly album rankings released by Oricon Japan on November 10, Seventeen’s 9th mini-album ‘Attacca’ and ENHYPEN’s 1st full-length album ‘DIMENSION: DILEMMA’ took first and fifth place, respectively.
Then, Tomorrow x Together (TXT) ranked at the top of the daily album chart on the first day of their release (as of November 9) with their first Japanese EP ‘Chaotic Wonderland.’
Mainly, Seventeen and ENHYPEN showed off their solid popularity in Japan as they did not deviate from the ‘top five’ after reaching the top of the weekly album rankings after their album’s release. Tomorrow x Together, like its previous album, made a meaningful move as it continued to rank No. 1 in the daily album rankings after the album’s release.
On November 10, the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ) delivered the good news that Seventeen’s ‘Attacca’ recorded more than 250,000 cumulative shipments as of October and was certified as ‘Platinum.’
In addition, BTS achieved more than 100,000 cumulative shipments with DVD ‘BTS MAP OF THE SOUL ON:E’ and ENHYPEN with ‘DIMENSION: DILEMMA,’ respectively, obtaining ‘Gold’ certification.
So, a total of four Korean artists achieved the Gold certification in October, of which were HYBE Labels Artists.