SEVENTEEN Breaks Record of Highest Pre-Order Volume of K-pop Albums Ever with "FML"

Ciera Reeves

 Photo Cr. Pledis Entertainment 

Group SEVENTEEN has set a record leading up to the release of their new album. 

SEVENTEEN's album "FML" geared up to release on April 24 has set a new record by exceeding 4.64 million pre-orders at home in Korea and abroad. This is not only a figure that easily exceeds the initial sales (record sales for a week after release) of the fourth full-length album "Face the Sun," but also the highest pre-order volume of K-pop albums ever.

SEVENTEEN will release a double title song for the first time since its debut. Through the double title songs "F*ck My Life" and "Super (손오공)," Seventeen will attract music fans around the world by presenting music of opposite colors and all-time performances.

"F*ck My Life" sends a message to those living in a fierce reality that accepting the current state as it is will be a greater comfort and hope than any ambiguous comfort.

Another title song, "Super" is inspired by Journey to the West's Monkey King, who upgrades himself through trials and frustrations, and contains a message that compares SEVENTEEN, which continues its "career high" march and is growing indefinitely, to "손오공."

Seventeen will show an energetic blockbuster "Mega Crew Performance" that moves like one body with more than 200 dancers through "Super."

Regarding the performance of the title song "Super" they explained, "In terms of performance, it is stronger than any choreography in SEVENTEEN's history. 

Check out the music video teaser below. 

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