K-pop boy band High4 has released their debut album in Japan and have been ranking high on music charts.
Starting from Feb. 7, the group partnered with Japanese agency Marble Entertainment for their Japanese promotions and released their debut album, “High Five.”
The group left for Japan in February and topped the Tower Records Weekly and Daily Album charts on the day of their debut album release.
They continued to stay in Japan and held a total of 50 live shows and 40 Tower Records in-store events for eight weeks in order to spread the word of the group in Japan.
Their hard efforts paid off as their debut album continued to stay within the Top 10 on the Tower Records K-pop Album Weekly Chart for eight consecutive weeks.
Also, during the last portion of their promotions, they ranked eighth Oricon’s Weekly Album Chart and made it into the Top 10 as well.
Their Japanese debut album, “High Five,” features their Korean debut song, “Not Spring, Love Or Flowers” as well as their song released earlier this year called, “Day By Day,” in both the Korean and Japanese versions.
The group plans to take a break before preparing for their next album.