A photo of boy group Enhypen, provided by Belift Lab. (Belift Lab)
K-pop boy group Enhypen's latest repackage album sold more than 500,000 copies in the first week of its release, the group's management agency said Tuesday.
"Dimension: Answer," a repackaged version of the group's first full-length album "Dimension: Dilemma" released in October, has sold 514,291 copies for a week from last Monday when the album dropped, Belift Lab said, citing data from Hanteo Chart, a local album sales tracker.
It was the second straight success for the rookie group after the first full album became a million seller.
The repackage album has been performing well on domestic and overseas music charts.
It topped iTunes Top Albums chart in 10 countries or regions the day after its release with the main track "Blessed-Cursed" rising to the top of a Japanese music chart.
The seven-piece group was formed through the TV audition program "I-Land" (2020), co-produced by entertainment industry giants CJ ENM and Hybe, and airing on the music cable TV channel Mnet, and debuted in November 2020 with its first EP "Border: Day One." (Yonhap)