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Super Junior 500,000 Album Sales for 2 Consecutive Years?

By Staff Writer | September 10, 2012 09:45 AM EDT

Super Junior Show Champion SPY
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Super Junior is getting close to selling a total of 500,000 copies of their new album once again for two years in a row.

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According to the list released by Gaon monthly chart for August shows that 107,656 copies of Super Junior's 6th repackaged album Spy has been sold and ranked first place for the month in album sales alone.

In addition, 351,526 copies of their 6th official album Sexy, Free & Single were sold to date. For two consecutive years, Super Junior is expected to hit a total of 500,000 copies in album sales.

The second place in the Gaon monthly chart was BEAST with their mini-album Midnight Sun with 63,941 copies sold in August, which makes the total number 131,776.

XIA Junsu of idol group JYJ placed in third with his solo album Uncommitted which sold 55,000 copies. KARA, who released the new album Pandora after one year of rest, placed in 4th with 45,933 copies in sales.

The 5th place went to TEEN TOP who sold 40,234 copies of their special album Do You Want to Date? followed by Psy who sold a total of 19,292 copies of his 6th album this month.

Meanwhile, on the download chart for the month of August, Psy's "Gangnam Style" ranked no.1 with 1,280,050 downloads, beating BoA, 934,059 downloads.

Tagged :  Super Junior, SPY, Sexy Free Single, Gaon Chart

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