With its catchy tunes and amazing choreography, SEVENTEEN’s 11th mini album, SEVENTEENTH HEAVEN has captured the hearts of fans worldwide. The hard work and dedication of members have paid off, as they continue to break records and make their mark in the music industry.
Previously, it was reported that SEVENTEEN became the first K-pop group to record 5.2 million pre-orders. Well, that’s not the only record, the sensational group Joined BTS, BIGBANG, and NCT DREAM to be the only boy groups to reach #1 on the Melon Top 100.
In addition, SEVENTEEN became the first K-pop group to top the Melon chart this year. The title track God of Music secured first place on major domestic charts including Melon, Bugs, and Genie, soon after the release.
Moreover, all songs from SEVENTEENTH HEAVEN were ranked on the Melon Top 100.
SEVENTEENTH HEAVEN’s title track God of Music has soared to the top of the iTunes ‘Top Song’ chart in an astounding 29 countries/regions, including Brazil, the Philippines, and Singapore.
Not only that, their 11th mini album has claimed the #1 spot on the Japanese iTunes album chart overall and in the K-POP genre.
SEVENTEENTH HEAVEN has also taken the first position on Line Music’s real-time album chart, Japan’s largest music site, and has been making waves on various global charts.
In other news, SEVENTEEN is ready to perform a comeback stage at the KBS Music Bank on October 27.