(PRESSREELS) With the group TOO making a quick comeback in three months, it drew attention with remarkable results in many ways.
According to Hanteo Chart, a local record-counting website, on July 22, sales during the week since the release of TOO’s second mini-album “Running TOOgether” increased by about 363% compared to the previous record, which surpassed 23,000. In particular, the company broke the record for first-time sales on its first day alone, achieving its own best record.
In addition, the first mini-album “REASON FOR BEING: 仁,” released in April, remained at the top of Hanteo Chart’s weekly record chart for four weeks, despite being its debut album.
TOO’s comeback stage on music shows as well as breaking its own records, including initial sales, global album charts, and music video views, has also drawn attention. Starting with Mnet’s “M Countdown” on the 16th, TOO, which appeared on both terrestrial and cable channel music broadcasts, performed its title song “Count 1, 2” on an overwhelming scale. In particular, TOO’s unique refreshing and boyish charm combined with the colorful stage drew attention.
TOO’s second mini-album “Running TOOgether” is an album with the aspiration of “I’ll run as hard as I can toward my goal,” which made it to the top 10 on the iTunes K-pop album chart just one day after its release. Spain, Belgium and Austria ranked second in the top rankings. Also, the music video for the title track “Count 1, 2” easily surpassed 10 million views on the 21st.