Seventeen's 'Al1' is 'Selling Like Hot Cakes' With Almost 200,000 Copies Sold Within First Week of Release!


K-pop boy group Seventeen has reached new heights! Their latest album “Al1” has sold almost 200,000 copies in just one week!

As reported by All Kpop, this is Seventeen’s most number of copies sold for an album. The K-pop boy group has sold a total of 192,399 copies of “Al1” within the first week of its release (May 22).

This is Seventeen’s most number of copies sold within the first week of release for an album. Their previous mini album “Going Seventeen” sold 131,998 copies within the first week of release.

Seventeen’s “Al1” consists of 7 total tracks. The mini album has the track “Don’t Wanna Cry” as its title track.

Seventeen’s “Al1” also includes the tracks “Habit”, “If I”, “Swimming Pool”, “My I”, “Crazy in Love”, and “Who”. Both “Who” and the track “Check-In” is only available on the physical copy of the album.

In other news, Seventeen celebrated their 2nd anniversary in the music business on Friday, May 26. The K-pop boy group debuted back on May 26, 2015.

As reported by Soompi, the day was widely celebrated by Seventeen fans all over the world. The hashtag “#2YearsWithSEVENTEEN” even trended worldwide on Twitter with over 83,000 tweets.

Since they debuted, Seventeen has already released a full album and 4 mini albums including the most recent “Al1”. The boys are currently promoting for the album’s title track “Don’t Wanna Cry”.

Seventeen first released an EP on May 29, 2015, titled “17 Carat”. It sold over 77,000 physical copies in Korea and over 2,000 copies in Japan.

It was followed by another EP titled “Boys Be” which was released on Sept. 10, 2015. The EP sold almost 160,000 physical copies in Korea and over 12,000 copies in Japan.

“Love & Letter” was Seventeen’s first-ever full studio album released on April 29, 2016. It consists of 10 tracks with the song “Pretty U” as the title track. The album rose to the No. 3 spot on Billboard’s World Album Chart.

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