GOT7 Album ‘Flight Log: Arrival’ Tops Global iTunes Charts Following Kpop Group’s Comeback Showcase
GOT7 reigned over several global iTunes charts with their latest album "Flight Log: Arrival." Meanwhile, the Kpop group marked their comeback showcase with exciting performances coupled with their trademark stage antics.
The seven-member South Korean boy band GOT7 recently dropped their newest album titled "Flight Log: Arrival" that contained eight new tracks including "Never Ever." Released on March 13, Monday, the K-pop group's new album quickly rose to the top of the iTunes charts in six countries specifically Indonesia, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Philippines, Malaysia, and Thailand, according to Soompi.
Apart from the said Asian countries, GOT7's "Flight Log: Arrival" also ranked on the Top 5 list of other iTunes charts. The Kpop band's album nabbed the fifth spot in the United States, as well as 10 other countries. It also landed the third and fourth place in Macao and Sweden, respectively, and occupied the second spot on the iTunes album list for countries such as Taiwan, Singapore, Norway, and Finland.
The Kpop band's new mini-album is also expected to rank high in several South Korean album charts. "Flight Log: Arrival" already achieved the first place on the Hanteo chart during its debut week. Prior to its release, pre-order numbers for GOT7's new album reached more than 220,000 units.
In other news, the seven-member Kpop group recently held a successful comeback showcase to commemorate the release of their new album. Titled "GOT7 Flight Log: Arrival The First Stage," the event was attended by more than 2,000 fans, according to All Kpop. The comeback showcase was even screened simultaneously in Busan and Gwangju theaters, as well as through the band's Naver V app account.
However, GOT7 member Jackson was unable to attend the said event. The Kpop idol was advised to rest after he fell ill during the group's March 11 fan meeting. The Hong Kong-born singer is expected to rejoin the band's various promotional activities after March 19.