Group JYJ climbed up to the No.2 spot on Oricon Weekly Chart with with their first single ‘Wake Me Tonight’ released in Japan.
According to Japan’s biggest records-counting site Oricon Chart on January 28, JYJ’s ‘Wake Me Tonight’ –that was released last Jan. 21– has occupied the No.2 spot on the Single Weekly Chart (Jan. 19~25), recording sales of 135,556 copies for one week.
This single had also recorded No. 1 on Tower Records [Japan]’s Daily Chart and HMV 24-hour chart, as well as, No. 2 on Oricon Daily Chart; on its release date. JYJ has proven that there is no change in JYJ’s popularity –despite many restrictions all the while–, with this being the first time that they have their album distributed fully in Japan.
JYJ has [already] climbed to No.1 on Tower Records’ Monthly Chart and No.2 on Oricon Weekly Chart without an official release in Japan, with their regular album ‘JUST US’ released prior in Korea last summer.
[NEWS] JYJ rides high on Japanese music chart via Kpop Herald