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At the conclusion of 2022, Blackpink, TWICE, and Red Velvet had excellent activities and accomplishments revealed.

1. Red VelvetĀ 
“Birthday” – the title song of Red Velvet’s new mini-album “The ReVe Festival 2022 – Birthday” – won the show “Show Champion” against ITZY’s “Cheshire”, “Wild Flower” by RM of BTS (featuring Cho Youjeen), “Polaroid” by Lim Young Woong, and “When I Move” by KARA.
Prior to this accomplishment, Hanteo announced that the SM girl group had the greatest first-week sales of their career with the new mini-album.
“The ReVe Festival 2022 – Birthday” sold 496,874 copies in its first week of release, according to Hanteo Chart.
This accomplishment surpasses Red Velvet’s previous first-week sales record of 443,922 copies achieved earlier this year by “The ReVe Festival 2022 – Feel My Rhythm.”
2. Blackpink
YG Entertainment has released a new poster revealing the Japanese dates for BlackPink’s “Born Pink” global tour.
The ensemble will perform four performances in two locations next year, beginning with Tokyo Dome on April 8 and 9, 2023, and ending with Kyocera Dome Osaka on June 3 and 4, 2023, according to this poster.
With this news, BlackPink will extend their global tour to include 18 gigs in 11 Asian locations.
According to MT Starnews, Blackpink is presently on their “Born Pink” globe tour in Europe.
BTS has three albums in the top 15 on Billboard’s World Albums list for the second time.
The group’s compilation album “Proof” remained in second place for the 25th week in a row, while BTS’ 2018 albums “Love Yourself: Tear” and “Love Yourself: Answer” ascended to 11th and 12th position, respectively.
NCT 127’s current album “2 Baddies” also retains the third spot on the World Albums list for the 11th week in a row, and makes a reappearance on the Billboard 200.
“Manifesto: Day 1” by Enhypen peaked at #4 for the 18th week on the World Albums chart, as well as returning to the Billboard 200, marking the group’s first album to chart in eight weeks.
Meanwhile, TWICE’s recent mini album “Between 1&2” has returned to the World Albums list at #5 for the 14th week in a row.



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