WayV Becomes a Million Seller Group

WayV sells 1 million albums


As of November 16,  WayV has become a million seller group after reaching over 1.2 million albums according to Circle Chart.


WayV, the China-based sub-group of NCT, debuted in January 2019 with "The Vision" – The 1st Digital EP. All three tracks placed within the top ten on Billboard’s World Digital Songs chart, including lead single “Regular,” the Chinese version of NCT 127’s hit song. 


With the release of their 2nd Album On My Youth, on November 1, the group has surpassed the landmark 1 million sales. 


The group has regularly seen chart success on Billboard charts, despite the group never promoting in the United States until this year. The group’s first extended play release, "Take Off" – The 1st Mini Album, peaked at number seven on the World Albums Chart. It also charted at #1 on iTunes album chart in 30 regions. The group made their Heatseekers Albums chart debut with their second mini album, Take Over The Moon. This album included fan-favorite single, “Love Talk,” which the group released in English shortly after. The English version debuted and peaked at #3 on the World Digital Song Sales chart. The group’s first full album, Awaken The World, peaked at #9 on the World Albums Chart. Title track “Turn Back Time” reached #12 on the World Digital Song Sales Chart.


Following the success of the group’s first full-length album, WayV released their third mini album Kick Back in March 2021, marking No. 1 on China’s QQ Music chart and iTunes Top Albums Chart in 25 countries. The group then followed with their fourth mini album Phantom in December 2022 before starting off their ‘2023 WayV Fanmeeting Tour [Phantom]’ in February 2023. With stops across Seoul, Manila, Bangkok, Jakarta, Hong Kong, Singapore, London, and France, the tour proved their international popularity once again.


Congratulations to WayV, it is only up from here! 


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Ciera Reeves

Ciera is the founder of KpopWise. She has been a fan of Korean pop culture since 2005 and writing about it since 2009. Her bias groups are VIXX and OnlyOneOf. She is a 2nd-3rd generation K-pop fan, but she is actively keeping up with the current artists. twitter instagram

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