TVXQ Albums Break Japan Records, "Rewriting the Oricon Chart History"
By Staff Writer | August 01, 2012 08:32 AM EDT
TVXQ has set another record in Japan.
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On July 25, TVXQ's live DVD 'TVXQ LIVE TOUR 2012~TONE~' sold 151,000 copies in the first week, broke the record and ranked number one on the Oricon Daily and DVD charts.
TVXQ has ranked number one 4 times on the Oricon Weekly DVD Chart and has made a new record for a foreign artist in Japan. Also, their previous albums have also won first place on the DVD chart as well, proving their popularity in Japan.
This morning, a post on their official homepage read, "TVXQ Foreign Artist First DVD First Place!"
This DVD contains footage from their 'TVXQ LIVE TOUR 2012~TONE~' in 11 different cities for a total of 26 performances with 550,000 fans.
Their new single, ANDROID, which was released in July also ranked number one on the Oricon Weekly Single Chart 11 times. The single also sold a record sale, showing their popularity.
On August 4 and 5, TVXQ will perform at the Tokyo Dome for the 'SMTOWN LIVE WORLD TOUR III in TOKYODOME' and meet their fans once again.
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