SEVENTEEN’s “FML” becomes the most pre-ordered kpop album in history
SEVENTEEN is back with a Korean album after almost 10 months, and the K-pop boy band is making waves ahead of the album’s release.
In fact, SEVENTEEN recently announced that they will be making a comeback on April 24th with their highly anticipated 10th mini-album, FML.
On April 13, SEVENTEEN’s 10th mini-album “FML” surpassed 4 million pre-orders and sold 2,067,769 copies, easily beating the album sales record set by the group with their 4th full-length album “Face The Sun.” in its first week had.
And now, according to reports April 23, FML has set a new record after his personal best, it’s now the most pre-ordered album in K-pop history, surpassing the record set by Map of the Soul:7 has BTS. ‘, which received 4.02 million pre-orders upon its release in 2020.
With a pre-order volume of 4.64 million, more than half a million more than BTS’ previous record, SEVENTEEN is getting a head start even before the comeback.
In the meantime, my 10th SEVENTEEN mini-album “FML” will contain two title tracks, “F*ck My Life” and “Super”. The album “FML” will be released on April 24th.
Are you impatient?