Bts Is Certified Platinum By The Recording Industry Association Of Japan

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BTS is certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of Japan
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BTS is certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of Japan

BTS' Japanese single "Blood, Sweat, and Tears" topped the Oricon chart and it has been certified "Platinum"!

According to theRIAJ, orRecording Industry Association of Japan, an album needs to sell over 250,000 copies to be certified "Platinum" and below that is the "Gold" certification, meaning that an album needs to sell over 100,000 copies. The RIAJ website was recently updated showing that "Blood, Sweat, and Tears" was certified Platinum!

It's rare for a Kpop artist to achieve Platinum in Japan and when they do, it can take many months to achieve it. However, for BTS, they achieved it in just a few weeks! It appears their popularity is rapidly rising in Japan as well.

TWICEs Japanese Debut Album Becomes Certified Platinum
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TWICEs Japanese Debut Album Becomes Certified Platinum

TWICEs first Japanese album has been certified platinum!

The Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ) announced on August 10 that the girl groups Japanese debut best album #TWICE has sold over 250,000 copies, earning it platinum certification.

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TWICE has accomplished several impressive achievements since their Japanese debut on June 28, topping the iTunes Albums Chart in Japan and taking the first five spots simultaneously on Line Musics chart with songs from the album. Recently, the album rose back up to first on the Oricon Daily Album Chart over a month after its release.

TWICE's debut album in Japan goes platinum
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TWICE's debut album in Japan goes platinum

TWICE's Japanese debut album has officially gone platinumby reaching over 250,000 sales!

On August 10, THERecording Industry Association of Japan stated that TWICE's debut album '#TWICE' has sold over 250,000 copies and therefore, has been certified as a platinumrecord. This is just shortly after the girl group surpassed the 100,000 mark which is considered as a Gold.

With their album continuously rising and showing no signs of slowing down even after over a month since its release,TWICE continues to garner more attention and popularityin Japan.

These Animal Shaped Succulents Are The Latest Craze in Japan
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These Animal Shaped Succulents Are The Latest Craze in Japan

Forget your tiny cacti and aloe vera—dolphin succulents are the latest craze, and theyre here to stay.

These dolphin-shaped succulents, also known as Senecio perigrinus, are the latest fashion in the flora world. Aptly named dolphin succulents, these plants are what their name suggests: portable plants whose leaves look like leaping dolphins.

These green dolphins first went viral in Japan and soon swam across the Atlantic to capture the hearts of people everywhere.

Check out more photos of these viral succulents below!

IU's 'Palette' featuring G-Dragon gets a certified all-kill + Instiz top 10 chart domination
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IU's 'Palette' featuring G-Dragon gets a certified all-kill + Instiz top 10 chart domination

Following the release of her 4th album'Palette',IU's much-anticipated collaboration withBig Bang'sG-Dragonswept the music charts all across as her title song"Palette"has received a certified all-kill!

A certified all-kill happens when a song is #1 on all major real-time and daily charts, as well asinstiz's realtime iChart. To achieve a perfect all-kill you must be #1 on all of that plus instiz's Weekly iChart. It's only a matter of time before IU gets another perfect all-kill.

What's even more impressive is that IU has taken 9 out of the top 10 spots on Instiz real-time chart, showing complete domination.