Debut K-pop group Enhypen has become “million seller” through their first full-length album “Dimension: Dilemma”, the group’s representative agency Belift Lab said this Thursday.
The agency said, citing data from music market tracker Gaon Chart, that the album, “Dimension: Dilemma,” has sold over 1,139,099 copies since the release the last October 12.
The album sold more than 810,000 copies in the first week of the release and topped the Oricon weekly and daily album charts in Japan, a massive success. In the United States, the album reached number 11 on the “Billboard 200” last month, the top album chart of the US music.
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The septet was formed through the television audition program “I-Land” (2020), co-produced by entertainment industry giants CJ ENM and Hybe and featured on the cable television music channel Mnet.
The band debuted in November 2020 with their first extended play album, “Border: Day One.” The group instantly rose to stardom, sweeping four rookie trophies at local music awards last year.