Kathmandu- As soon as BLACKPINK entered the picture, things just became hotter. The girl group’s most recent comeback is doing fairly well, reaffirming its dominance in the music industry, particularly K-pop. The reports began to come in when their second full-length album, which was released on September 16, finished its first charting week.
According to Hanteo chart data, “Born Pink” has officially sold 1,542,950 copies in the first week of release, which is another another fantastic performance under their belt. This has contributed to a more than doubling of the 689,066 copies of their debut full-length record, “The Album.” Additionally, they’ve surpassed aespa’s “The Girls,” which sold 1,126,068 units, to become the girl group with the biggest first week sales. It was previously mentioned that “Born Pink” is the first album by a female act in Hanteo’s history to sell over 1 million copies on the first day of release.