Monday, November 2, 2020

Girlgroup LOONA has entered Billboard's main chart "Billboard 200" for the first time since its debut.

 


 LOONA has entered Billboard's main chart "Billboard 200" for the first time since its debut.


According to Billboard's official SNS of Billboard Charts, a U.S. music media, today (3rd), LOONA's  mini-album "Midnight" (12:00), released on the 19th of last month, has entered 112th place on the Billboard 200 chart, which is scheduled to be updated on the 3rd of local time, proving its global popularity as "Complete Girls."


The record for LOONA (Heejin, Hyunjin, Haseul, Yeojin, Bibi, Kimlip, Jinsol, Choerry, Eve, Chu, Go Won and Olivia Hye) is known as the sixth record of a K-pop female artist following BoA, Girls' Generation, 2NE1, TWICE and BLACKPINK.


In particular, as it is the first time for a girl group from a small and medium-sized agency to enter the billboard, it is drawing keen attention from around the world once again to the girl's third mini-album "Midnight" (12:00) and the title track "Why Not?.