The group LE SSERAFIM's debut album 'FEARLESS' is showing off its continuing popularity even in the third month since its release.
'FEARLESS', released on May 2nd, still stands out in domestic and foreign charts and is running on a long-term box office track. The title song 'FEARLESS', which caused a big sensation upon its release, is 12th on Melon's July monthly chart, 17th on the latest weekly chart (aggregation period July 25-31), 18th on Genie's July monthly chart, and 18th on Bugs' latest weekly chart ( The counting period is July 25-31) and is firmly maintaining the top position, including 18th.
In addition, this song ranked 5th in the 'Weekly Global K-Pop' chart (July 24-30) of the Circle Chart (formerly Gaon Chart), proving its undying popularity.
LE SSERAFIM continues to make strides in the global charts as well. 'FEARLESS', which entered the Billboard chart 8 days after its release, charted on 'Billboard Global (excluding the US)' for 13 consecutive weeks, which is the longest-running Billboard chart record among K-pop girl groups that debuted this year.
In addition, the song retaken the 9th place on the Korean Spotify 'Weekly Top Songs' chart on July 28, which was recently announced, and again settled in the top 10. In addition, it has been listed on the 'Weekly Top Songs' chart in a total of 9 countries/regions including Korea, Japan, and Singapore for 13 consecutive weeks.
The song 'Sour Grapes' from the debut album 'FEARLESS' is also contributing to Le Seraphim's long-run popularity. The song is showing signs of going backwards, breaking its own top rankings on Spotify's 'Weekly Top Songs' charts in Korea, the Philippines, Malaysia and Thailand on July 28.
As such, the achievements of Le Seraphim, who are continuing their amazing record streak with their debut album, are expected to continue in the future.
Written by Lee Gyeong Ho
Translated by Lee So Yun
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