NCT DREAM become ‘triple million-seller’ for the second time

NCT DREAM’s Glitch Mode and the repackage Beatbox have sold 3.61 million copies


NCT DREAM are officially ‘triple million-seller’ for the second time in one year.

NCT DREAM’s second full-length album, Glitch Mode, and its repackaged version Beatbox have sold a cumulative 3.61 million copies, setting the group’s own best record and proving once again NCT DREAM increasing popularity and power in the music landscape.

Glitch Mode, released on March 28, sold 2.09 million copies within a week of the release and made the group a ‘double million-seller’ in the shortest time; the repackage Beatbox, released on May 30, sold 1.52 million copies, breaking their own record sales.

This is the second time in a row that NCT DREAM has become a ‘triple million-seller’ as last year, the group’s first full-length album Hot Sauce – released in May – and its repackaged album Hello Future – released in June – sold over 3 million copies combined.

Moreover, despite some of the members testing positive for COVID during Beatbox promotion week, NCT DREAM has continued to cement their popularity with Beatbox by topping Korean album and streaming charts, winning five music shows (Show Champion, M Countdown, Music Bank, Show! Music Core and Inkigayo), topping the top 100 Japanese line music charts, China QQ digital album sales and music video charts, and Singapore and Malaysia’s KBOX Korean single charts. In addition, after its release Beatbox debuted at No.3 on the Worldwide iTunes Album chart and No.14 on the European iTunes Album Chart. It also hit No.1 on the iTunes Top Albums chart in 11 countries and debuted on the US iTunes Top Albums chart at No.10.

To further prove NCT DREAM’s music growth, the second full-length album, Glitch Mode, has been selected by TIME Magazine as one of the best K-Pop albums of 2022 so far.

NCT DREAM will start their Beatbox extended promo this week and perform at ‘The 28th SBS Dream Concert’ on June 18th in Seoul.

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