The seven-piece K-pop boy band BTS earned the top spot on the Daily Album Chart for Oricon, Japan's major music sales chart, with the group's latest Japanese single "Face Yourself."
"Face Yourself" is BTS' third Japanese album released on April 4.
Not only did it succeed in topping the Oricon chart, the single was No. 1 on the iTunes album charts in 49 countries. Its title track "Don't Leave Me" reached No. 1 in 35 iTunes song charts.
The K-pop act plans to tour around Japan for the official fan event 'BTS JAPAN OFFICIAL FANMEETING VOL.4 ~Happy Ever After~' which is scheduled to take place at the Yokohama Arena from April 8 to 21 and from in Osaka-jo Hall from April 23 to 24.
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