KARA (top) members pose for their album "KARA COLLECTION," SE7EN (second to top) poses for his album "SE7EN THE BEST," U-KISS (second to bottom) bandmates poses for their new single "One of You" and Orange Caramel (bottom) members pose for their first Japanese single "My Sweet Devil," all released in Japan on September 5, 2012. [DSP Media/YG Entertainment/NH Media/Pledis Entertainment]
K-pop idol bands are seeing some promising album sales figure with their latest records on Japan's Oricon music charts.
KARA’s special studio album titled, “KARA COLLECTION,” made its way to the No. 3 spot on Oricon's daily albums chart after moving about 18,100 copies since its release on September 5, according to data polled by Oricon on Tuesday.
Solo artist SE7EN nabbed the eighth place on the daily albums chart with his Japanese best album “SE7EN THE BEST” which was released on the same day as KARA’s.
On Tuesday, Oricon's daily singles chart showed that boy band U-KISS landed at the seventh place with their fourth Japanese single "One of You," released on September 5.
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