BTS Got Another Record Having The Most Sold-Out Albums In Only A Month


BTS Got Another Record Having The Most Sold-Out Albums In Only A Month

BTS Got Another Record Having The Most Sold-Out Albums In Only A Month

BTS has come so far after their debut. Having recognition not only in Korea but also other countries, their recent album is really on point. The MV for “Not Today” even broke another record as the fastest rising views. Recently, they set another record for most-sold album in one month. As reported by AllKpop , BTS’s album for “You Never Walk Alone” was sold out for 713,063 copies just in February. It is the highest in Gaon Chart History. With their “Wings” to sold 789,923 copies, the total sold for “Wings” series up to 1,496,986 copies.
BTS’s new single was “Not Today” came with a fierce image. The boys were energetic dancing to the song and the MV broke record as the first K-Pop group music to reach 20 million views in less than three days, reported by Soompi . Previously, BTS has released “Spring Day” before releasing “Not Today.” After having slow song, they surprised ARMY with upbeat song and energetic dance. The meaning of the song is also nice to make underdogs around the world to keep fighting and today is not the day to die. As the message is catchy and the dance is so powerful, fans fell in love immediately. The MV reached milestones in less than a week. For the song “Spring Day,” they have got three wins already in music shows. For the MV of “Not Today,” it was head to head with TWICE’s “Knock Knock” for the most viewed in YouTube. Meanwhile, some ARMYs are a bit mad as the part of Jin in the MV is so little. As reported by Koreaboo , Jin’s part in “Not Today” was only 2 seconds. Even though the video was impressive, but fans wanted to see more part of Jin. As some fans are mad, some others enjoy the MV and understand the lack of screen of Jin as he has the longest close-up shoot. As BTS set another record for album selling, both BTS and ARMY are so delighted about it. Read Next: Baek Ji Young Expects To Deliver The Baby Safely This May

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