[Initial Chodong Record] SEVENTEEN’s 3rd Studio Album ‘An Ode’ Sold More Than 700,000 Copies in the First Week (Hanteo Chart Official) “More than 207% growth in Initial Chodong record + ranked 2nd place in Initial Chodong record of 2019”
2019-09-23 07:00 (KST)
On the 23rd, Hanteo Chart, who operates the world’s one-and-only real-time music chart, announced the Initial Chodong (1st week) sales amount of SEVENTEEN’s 3rd Studio Album ‘An Ode’ (title track: ‘Poison:Fear’) album.
With this latest release, SEVENTEEN has recorded the Initial Chodong sales of 700,863 copies. Being released on September 16th, SEVENTEEN’s ‘An Ode’ album had its aggregation period of the Initial Chodong sales until September 22nd.
According to the daily sales data provided by Hanteo Chart, SEVENTEEN has sold 168,054 copies on September 16th, the first day of the release, then 28,216 copies on the 17th, 181,156 copies on the 18th, 135,067 copies on the 19th, 140,218 copies on the 20th, 29,232 copies on the 21st, and 18,920 copies on the 22nd, the last day of the Initial Chodong sales aggregation.
With the 6th Mini Album ‘YOU MADE MY DAWN’ (title track ‘Home’) released on January 21st, SEVENTEEN used to have an Initial Chodong sales record of 338,153. This record was broken after 3 days of ‘An Ode’’s release. In the end, the group has achieved the Initial Chodong growth rate of 207% with ‘An Ode’ album.
Also, ‘An Ode’ album ranked 2nd in Initial Chodong record ranking among all the albums released in 2019 and ranked 6th in Initial Chodong record ranking among all the K-Pop albums.
More details on the music album chart, including that of SEVENTEEN’s ‘An Ode’ album, can be found on Hanteo Chart’s homepage, www.hanteochart.com.
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