TVXQ! Dominates Japanese Oricon Monthly Chart With ‘Tree’ Album

TVXQ! won 1st place on the Oricon monthly album chart with the new album TREE.


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Screen shot from Oricon

Their new album in Japan TREE that was released on March 5 won 1st place on Oricon daily album chart the day of its release and has a case of rising to the top on the weekly chart also. It also won 1st (announced on April 9) on Oricon monthly album chart, which calculated the number of albums sold in March, and proved high popularity in Japan once more.

This particular album recorded about 225,000 in amount of albums sold just on the first week of its release and set a new record of exceeding 200,000 on the first week for 3 works in a row after the previous works TONE and TIME. This result is the one that broke the record by Bon Jovi, who set the most amount of record in the history of foreign group, of exceeding 200,000 for 2 works in a row in 13 years and 10 months and has a case of proving the dignity and ability to influence of TVXQ!, who became the top artist in Japan also.

In this album, 14 songs of various genres including singles songs such as Hide & Seek, Something and SCREAM can feel TVXQ!’s diverse charms. TREE was also released in Korea on April 2.

SEE ALSO: TVXQ! Releases Top-Ranked Japanese Album ‘Tree’ In Korea

Starting with the Yokohama performance on April 22, the TVXQ! duo is going to hold ‘LIVE TOUR 2014 ~TREE~’ that is going to have 29 sets of performances and goes to 10 cities of Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Miyagi, Sapporo, Fukui, Niigata, Fukuoka and Hiroshima are expecting to mesmerize the local fans with the best performance that has high level of completion.

Meanwhile, TVXQ! left for Japan after actively promoting Something and Spellbound in Korea and they are currently focusing on preparing and practicing Japan tour concert ‘LIVE TOUR 2014 ~TREE~’.

Photo courtesy of SM Entertainment

This article originally published at Naver here.

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