TAN ranked first on the Oricon Daily Chart with their pre-debut album prior to their official debut in Japan.

TAN ranked first on the Oricon Daily Chart with their pre-debut album prior to their official debut in Japan.

According to Japan’s Oricon on the 26th, TAN ranked first in the daily album rankings with their first Japanese pre-debut mini album “Proxima”, setting a new record and proving their popularity in Japan.

TAN’s “Proxima”, which ranked first in the daily album rankings, is an album containing a total of 5 songs, including “VIOLET” (Japanese Ver.), “Adorable”, “My Girl”, and “New days”, and contains the members’ unique It is gaining popularity due to its unique tone.

In particular, as “Proxima” is a pre-debut mini album released to promote full-fledged Japanese activities, many people are paying attention to what kind of records the group will achieve in the future.

TAN, who achieved No. 1 in the daily album rankings while promoting in Japan, was previously selected as the cover model for the special K-pop magazine “ITTABOOK”, sparking an enthusiastic response from K-pop fans.

Meanwhile, the group plans to continue its growth as a ‘global idol’ through active activities at home and abroad.

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