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Boy band Seventeen's latest EP "Heng:garae" topped Japan's Oricon weekly albums chart for the second week running, becoming the first foreign male act to do so in 12 years since the Backstreet Boys. Seventeen dropped its seventh EP on June 22, which topped local and overseas charts immediately after release, and sold 1.09 million copies within the first week. Seventeen will release its second Japanese EP, "24H," on Sept. 9. [PLEDIS ENTERTAINMENT]

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