Seventeen’s “Attacca” sells over 1.5 million copies on first day, breaking record

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seventeen's attacca sells over 1.5 million copies on first day, breaking record

South Korean boy band Seventeen has established a new record for the biggest first-day sales in Hanteo Chart history. The band’s most recent album, “Attacca,” sold 1,527,051 copies on its first day of release.

The previous high was reached by Seventeen’s 2020 album “Heng:garae,” which sold 1,093,460 copies on its first day. With “Attacca,” the group broke their own record and solidified their place as one of the industry’s top boy groups.

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Fans reacted positively to the news, flocking to social media to express their delight and congratulate the trio on their accomplishment. Many people applauded Seventeen for their hard work and devotion, as well as their songs and performances.

Seventeen has been in the business since 2015 and has earned a large fan base both in Korea and worldwide. The trio is well-known for their high-energy shows and their distinct combination of pop and hip-hop songs.

With the popularity of “Attacca,” Seventeen shows no signs of slowing down, and fans are looking forward to their next releases. Congratulations to the team on their incredible accomplishment; we can’t wait to see what they have in store for us next.

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