Tomorrow by Together, Stray Kids, ATEEZ, The Boys, Dazzling Growth

While BTS, EXO, Seventeen, and NCT are active as leading groups in the record market, the 2nd~4th year boy group is expanding the base of the K-pop market with remarkable growth.rnThe growth of 4 teams, including The Boyz, who debuted in 2017, Stray Kids, and ATEEZ, which debuted in 2018, and Tomorrow by Together, which debuted in 2019, is definitely drawing attention.
Tomorrow by Together, which sold about 200,000 copies each with their debut albums Dream Chapter STAR and Dream Chapter MAGIC last year, recorded about 410,000 copies based on Gaon Charts with their recently released ‘minisode1: Blue Hour’.
Stray Kids and ATEEZ also increased their global fandom and album sales increased.
Stray Kids sold about 410,000 copies with ‘IN LIFE’, which was released in September.
ATEEZ, which proved its global popularity by surpassing 1 million followers on the music streaming platform Spotify, also recorded sales of about 370,000 copies with ‘ZERO: FEVER Part.1’ released in July. Compared to last year, the number of Stray Kids increased by about 230,000 and the number of ATEEZ increased by about 210,000.rnIt is a remarkable achievement that album sales have increased by more than 200,000 copies for a single album over a year.
The Boyz also noticeably increased sales. After appearing in Mnet’s ‘Road to Kingdom’, they properly rode the upward curve. The album ‘CHASE’ released in September was sold 310,000 copies, breaking its own record.
These groups are trying to communicate with their fans through online live videos and social media. Tomorrow by Together, The Boyz, ATEEZ, and Stray Kids achieved good results in album sales through continuous communication with fans as well as musical growth.



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