Seventeen's '17 is Right Here' sets record with 2.2 million copies sold on release day

Boy band Seventeen dropped its first compilation album, ″17 is Right Here,″ on Monday. [PLEDIS ENTERTAINMENT]

Seventeen’s “17 is Right Here” sold over 2.2 million copies on the first day of its release, making it the best-selling K-pop compilation album on the day of its release.

“17 is Right Here,” released on Monday, is boy band Seventeen’s first compilation album that wraps up its nine-year discography and opens a new chapter for the band. The album features 33 tracks, including four brand-new songs, 20 Korean lead tracks, eight Korean versions of the band’s Japanese lead tracks and the instrumental version of “Adore U.”

The album saw positive reactions worldwide, as it topped iTunes’ Top Album chart in 17 regions around the world and landed at No. 2 on iTunes’ Worldwide Album chart.

Lead track “Maestro” landed at No. 1 on iTunes’ Worldwide Song chart and ranked first on its Top Song charts across 32 regions around the world.

Seventeen held its “Seventeen Tour ‘Follow Again’ in Seoul” encore concert at the Seoul World Cup Stadium in Mapo District, western Seoul over the weekend, attracting 70,000 concertgoers during its two-day concert at the second-largest stadium in Korea.

The band will continue the tour at the Osaka Yanmar Stadium Nagai and Kanagawa’s Nissan Stadium in May. The latter is Japan’s largest performance venue, seating around 70,000.

Seventeen will also join the Glastonbury Festival in June and Chicago's Lollapalooza in September. The band also plans to release a new album — their second this year — and kick off another tour in the fall, bringing them to the United States for the first time in two years.

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