[NEWS] Updated Hanteo Sales for 2NE1’s 1st Mini Album and 1st Full Album, To Anyone

2NE1 had debuted nearly two years ago in May 2009 but with their stage performance and charisma as well as unique fashion sense, it was hard to believe that they were only a rookie group.

They broke through the typical girl group stereotype with their powerful song Fire while their popularity continued to rise after they released I Don’t Care, which had won them many awards that year. In the same year of 2009, they had released their 1st mini album which included their hits I Don’t Care and Fire. After a year haitus, the four member girl group released their 1st full Korean album, To Anyone in 2010. Once again, they topped the charts with their three title tracks namely Go Away, Clap Your Hands and Can’t Nobody.

Now Hanteo, a major Korean music analyst site, has updated 2NE1’s album sales for it’s two albums. You can see it under the cut!

Hanteo Sales update for 2ne1’s 1st Mini Album and 1st Album To Anyone.

as of Apr. 8th 2011:

1st Mini Album
2009 90,800+
2010 7,500+
2011 800+
TOTAL SALES: 99,200+ units

1st Album – To Anyone
2010 56,400+
2011 3,700+
TOTAL SALES: 60,100+ units

credit: Patricia(rkdtnqls)@hanteoboards
source: juang_bb@2NE1’s soompi thread
Written by renKa002 of LP2NE1

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4 thoughts on “[NEWS] Updated Hanteo Sales for 2NE1’s 1st Mini Album and 1st Full Album, To Anyone

  1. Lol. Pre-orders=/= sold. That’s why it has PRE in it and the word ORDER. That means people just reserve themselves a copy but not BUY it. You can pre-order anything and not BUY it.

  2. Pingback: [NEWS] Updated Hanteo Sales for 2NE1′s 1st Mini Album and 1st Full Album, To Anyone | Honk

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