2PM breaks their own sales record with comeback album ‘MUST’ | K-pop Movie News


Korean boy-band 2PM is riding on the success of their comeback album ‘MUST’ after a hiatus of almost five years since September 2016. On June 28, the group released their highly-anticipated seventh studio album which has now broken their previous records of all time!

According to reports, ‘MUST’ has made it to the highest first-week sales, selling 79,446 copies alone in its first week, marking an impressive comeback post the bandmate’s mandatory military service.

With the new milestone, the album has also secured a higher place than their iconic 2016 album ‘Gentlemen’s Game’ which had previously sold 21,477 copies in its first week. Apart from this, it has also performed better than their hit album ‘Go Crazy’ of 2014.

Meanwhile, fans have taken to Twitter to celebrate the successful comeback of the boyband.

Speaking more about the boyband, founded by JYP Entertainment, 2PM consisting of six members, mainly Jun.K, Nichkhun, Taecyeon, Wooyoung, Junho and Chansung.

On August 29, 2008, the K-pop band debuted with their single album ‘Hottest Time of the Day’ and went ahead to impress fans with a number of memorable hit albums over the years. Some of their best-performed albums include ‘Hands Up,’ ‘Grown,’ and ‘No. 5.’



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