INFINITE’s New Japanese Single '24 Hours' Ranks 3rd On Japan’s Oricon Weekly Pop Chart

K-Pop boy band INFINITE’s new Japanese single, “24 Hours,” has come in third on the Oricon Weekly Chart.

On Thursday, Oricon revealed that their single had sold 56,266 copies within the first week of its release.

“24 Hours” was produced by Kiyoshi Matsuo and was released on April 29.

This single features a total of nine different editions. Seven of these editions features a specific member on the disc as well.

Girl group KARA was also seen on the same chart at number two with their 12th Japanese single, “Summergic.”

Fans showed their concern for the members.

“They are entirely too overworked,” wrote user torontok posted on Omonatheydidnt’s website on March 17. “I do like the composition of their Japanese songs. “Dilemma” was amazing.”

Others were touched by both versions of the music video.

“The music video version and drama version succeeded in turning me into a crying mess,” wrote user Alvi Namu posted on the music video teaser on YouTube last week.

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