EN-, best known as ENHYPEN, the rookie boy group by Belift Lab, proves the time spent in the industry is just a factor, but not a hindrance towards becoming a successful boy band!

ENHYPEN dominates Oricon

As per Soompi, ENHYPEN's debut album tops Oricon's daily albums chart. With that said, an announcement was made by the K-pop dedicated news site that the band's first album entitled BORDER: DAY ONE sits atop the number one rank in Oricon's daily albums chart.

The said chart dates December 4 (Friday), with Oricon that made the vast reveal. The feat comes in impressively handy considering that ENHYPEN's BORDER: DAY ONE is a Korean-language album and not Japanese. And with no hesitation, it can be entirely concluded that ENHYPEN's presence in the J-pop industry is as intense as its album.

According to Allkpop, ENHYPEN's debut album bagged more than 150,000 times ordered in just two days after the pre-release opened. And in only three weeks, BORDER: DAY ONE soared with 300,000 sold copies.

BORDER: DAY ONE is unstoppable: credits to ENHYPEN

The album BORDER: DAY ONE was made available by ENHYPEN on November 30, marking its splendid debut in the K-pop spotlight. The rookie boy band's highly-awaited debut hails a title track from the album called Given-Taken, which stormed over playlists of ENHYPEN's fans worldwide.

Oricon, BORDER: DAY ONE also soared in other music and album charts in the Japanese market. The album previously sat on the number one spot on Japan's iTunes Top Albums chart, and also the same place on Line Music's real-time chart shows the weekly figure.

With all the massive achievements of ENHYPEN, the boy group proves that they are not entirely of a rookie band, as they are unstoppable. For the time being, fans of the group are waiting for their idols' further achievements, especially in music show wins.