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2NE1 Ranks Number 29 on U.S Billboard Current Box Score Chart, 'First Korean Girl Group'

By Staff Writer | September 04, 2012 03:00 PM EDT

2NE1 Ranks Number 29 on U.S Billboard Current Box Score Chart, 'First Korean Girl Group'
2NE1 Ranks Number 29 on U.S Billboard Current Box Score Chart, 'First Korean Girl Group' (Photo : d)


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Girl group 2NE1 is the first girl group to rank on the U.S. Billboard Performance chart.

On August 24, 2NE1 held a concert in L.A at the Nokia Theatre. Out of the 6,714 tickets, 6,680 tickets were sold, bringing in around $650,000. This had them ranking number 29 on the U.S. Billboard Current Box Score Chart.

Current Box has not had a korean artist rank on the charts except for the SMtown concert and Im Jae Bum. 2NE1 is the first korean girl group to rank on the charts.

2NE1 is currently on tour in Japan. 

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