TXT has become the third K-pop group in history to sell more than 100,000 units in three major countries each.

On July 21, it was announced that TXT’s “The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE” has exceeded 100,000 total units in the United States.

The US is now the latest country where TXT has reached such an impressive quantity in album sales.

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TXT Becomes the Third K-pop Group in History to Sell Over 100,000 Units in Three Countries

Before the United States, the first country where TXT managed to sell more than 100,000 units of “The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE” is within South Korea.

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The five-member K-pop boy group succeeded in selling not only more than 100,000 copies but over 600,000 copies on both major charts of Korea.

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On the Hanteo Chart, 630,563 total copies of TXT’s “The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE” were tallied in its first week of release, starting from May 31 to June 6.

On the Gaon Chart, 693,217 total units of “The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE” were posted for June 2021.

So far, TXT’s second full-length album has cumulative sales of 784,395 copies in South Korea.

TXT The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE

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After Korea, the next country where more than 100,000 copies of TXT’s new album were shipped to is Japan.

Based on the June 8 update of the Oricon Chart, TXT’s “The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE” recorded a total of 61,344 copies on the first day alone.

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And then on July 9, “The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE” succeeded in reaching 100,000 units, thus, earning a gold album certification from the Recording Industry Association of Japan.

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TXT has now sold at least 100,000 units in three of the six largest music markets in the world: South Korea, Japan, and the United States.

This makes TXT the first-ever fourth-generation K-pop group to attain this milestone, as well as the third K-pop group in history to do so.

The first two K-pop acts to sell more than 100,000 units in South Korea, Japan, and the United States are BTS and NCT.

Congratulations to TXT!

TXT The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE Extends Its Record as the Longest-Running 2021 K-pop Album on Billboard 200

In other news, TXT’s second full-length album continues to chart on Billboard 200.

For the week ending on July 24, “The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE” climbed to No. 109 on the Billboard chart.

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TXT The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE

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After entering Billboard 200 at No. 5, TXT’s “The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE” has become the first 2021 K-pop album to stay on the tally for six weeks.

With this, “The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE” remains the longest-charting 2021 K-pop album on Billboard 200.

TXT’s new album also rose to No. 2 on both Billboard’s Top Current Album Sales and Top Album Sales charts.

On this week’s World Albums chart, TXT’s “The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE” took the No. 4 spot. And, on the Artist 100, TXT skyrocketed to No. 55.

TXT The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE

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Furthermore, TXT’s second full-length album re-entered the Billboard Canadian Albums chart, claiming the No. 97 spot.

This is the third non-consecutive week of “The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE” on the Canadian chart.

With this, TXT becomes the third K-pop act to spend three weeks or more on Billboard’s Canadian Albums chart, following BTS and BLACKPINK.

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Written by Mhaliya Scott

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