Seventeen’s ‘Fallin’ Flower’ tops Japan’s Oricon on release day

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Seventeen’s ‘Fallin’ Flower’ tops Japan’s Oricon on release day


Boy band Seventeen reached the top of Japan’s Oricon chart with its second Japanese single, selling 230,000 copies within a day of its release.

Seventeen’s second Japanese single, “Fallin’ Flower,” was released on Wednesday and topped Japan’s Oricon daily singles chart on Thursday.

“Fallin’ Flower” also reached the top of other major music charts in Japan, including music record seller HMV’s online shop and Tower Records’ online shop, as well as the Japan Line Music Top 100 chart.

“The number 230,000 is more than twice that of the number of sales for Seventeen’s first Japanese single, ‘Happy Ending’ (2019),” the group’s talent agency, Pledis Entertainment, said.

Members Woozi and Dino helped write the song, according to the agency.

By Yoon So-yeon
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