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Infinite′s First Studio Album in Japan Tops Oricon′s Weekly Chart

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2013.06.11 13:28 Mwave Choi, EunHwa Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Infinite′s first studio album in Japan handed another success to the group in its streak, topping the country′s weekly and daily Oricon charts.

According to the Oricon, Infinite′s album Koi ni Ochiru Toki, released on June 5, topped the weekly chart.

Infinite′s First Studio Album in Japan Tops Oricon′s Weekly Chart

The album contains the Japanese version of Man In Love, as well as the group′s previous hits Be Mine and BTD.

A rep from Woolim Entertainment said, "The Infinite members are all happy that their first studio album has been successful not only on the daily charts but also the weekly charts. They′re especially surprised because they haven′t promoted in the country yet. They′ll make sure to repay the great love with better performances."

Infinite will start promoting in Japan this week.

In the meantime, the group held the press conference for its upcoming world tour One Great Step on June 10.

Photo credit: Woolim Entertainment

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