2PM’s New Single ‘Beautiful’ Exceeds 120000 Copies
By Staff Writer | June 10, 2012 11:21 AM EDT
Idol group 2PM's popularity in Japan has been increasing more than ever.
2PM’s fourth single ‘Beautiful’ released on June 6 and have been ranking 2nd place on the Japan Oricon Chart since their release.
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Their single sold 73,529 copies on the first day of their release and is currently at 124,326 copies sold. 2PM still has 30,000 more copies sold then girl group NMB48 who is a close 3rd on the ranking charts.
2PM’s title song ‘Beautiful’ popularity was expected as the song was used for the commercial of Sempio’s black vinegar drink and managed to top Recochouk chart, the biggest ringtone download website in Japan even before its release.
2PM became the very first Korean idol group to have a concert 6 days in a row at Budokan excluding weekends. Their title song, ‘Beautiful’ features acrobatic performances and sexy wave dancing that have captured the hearts of fans.
After a successful concert in Japan, 2PM is back in Korea preparing for their next comeback in the fall as well as Wooyoung's solo album. 2PM will be back in Japan this August for the JYP Nation Concert.
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