One week has passed since EXO released their special winter album "Sing For You" on Dec. 10.
As of Dec. 16, the Korean and Mandarin versions of the album hold the No. 1 and No. 2 spots, respectively, on the real-time weekly sales charts.
The album has sold a combined total of 267,900 copies. To put this in comparison, the group's "EXODUS" album, released in March 2015, set a record by selling 267,200 units in its first week.
The majority of the sales were within the first 24 hours of the album release. On the first day, the Korean version sold 90,500 copies and the Mandarin version sold 60,000 copies, which make a total of 150,500 units sold within the first 24 hours, according to the Hanteo charts.
The 3rd, 4th, and 5th spots on the weekly album chart are held by BTS, Vixx, and Zico, respectively.
EXO held their comeback stage for "Sing For You" on the Dec. 12 episode of MBC's Music Core.