K-POP group SEVENTEEN has been certified as “Double Platinum” by the Japan Record Association with their second Japanese single Fallin’ Flower.
According to the April’s “Gold Disk Recognition Albums” released by the Japan Record Association on its official website on the 15th, SEVENTEEN’s Fallin’ Flower was recognized as a “double platinum” album, recording more than 500,000 cumulative album sales.
Japan Record Association selects “Gold Disk” based on cumulative album sales every month. It is divided into gold (more than 100,000), platinum (more than 250,000), double platinum (more than 500,000), triple platinum (more than 7.5 million), and million (more than 1 million).
According to the group’s agency Pledis Entertainment, Fallin’ Flower, released on April 1, has sold 550,000 copies so far.
The album is SEVENTEEN’s second single released in Japan and has also topped “Oricon Weekly Singles Ranking” and “Oricon Weekly Combined Singles Ranking.” Its music video also surpassed 10 million views on YouTube.
SEVENTEEN was previously certified with platinum with its first single Happy Ending, released in Japan.
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일본 2ND 싱글 '마이오치루하나비라 (Fallin' Flower)'가 '일본 레코드협회 골드디스크 인정 작품'에서 '더블 플래티넘' 음반으로 인정되었습니다!
CARAT 여러분들께서 지속적으로 보내주신 뜨거운 응원 덕분입니다. 진심으로 감사합니다!
앞으로도 많은 응원 부탁드립니다. https://t.co/2CUAWxNNAR
— 세븐틴(SEVENTEEN) (@pledis_17) May 15, 2020