‘No Limit,’ by Monsta X, tops all major Korean music charts on its first day of release, with the highest first-day sales.


‘No Limit,’ by Monsta X, tops all major Korean music charts on its first day of release, with the highest first-day sales.

Shownu was also spotted in a park with kids on the same day as part of his alternate military service as a social worker, according to fans.

‘No Limit,’ Monsta X’s 10th mini-album, is out now.

Because Shownu is currently serving in the military, this is their first album without him.

His fans and members are the ones who miss him the most.

The group incorporated Shownu’s famous lamb skewer joke, where he mimes eating a lamb skewer, as the killing part of their choreography during the chorus of ‘Rush Hour,’ which Monbebes (Monsta X’s fandom) loved.

Shownu was spotted in a park with the daycare children he looks after as a social worker on the same day.

To encourage him and the rest of the band, Monbebes helped the album become a hit on the first day.

With over 110k sales on its first day, ‘No Limit’ became Monsta X’s most successful album.

In the next few hours, it surpassed 171k sales.

They also charted on the Hanteo Chart at (hashtag)1.

Monbebes thought it was quite impressive, as their previous best first-day sales were 62k copies in the first 24 hours for ‘Fantasia X.’

‘No Limit’ also charted on all major South Korean and international charts, including iTunes.

Even the title track, ‘Rush Hour,’ performed well, which is all the more impressive given that it was co-written by group member Jooheon aka Joohoney.

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With ‘No Limit,’ Monsta X sets a personal chart record.

There are several major music charts in South Korea, and charting on all of them is difficult.

Monsta X has entered the FLO music chart for the first time, making ‘No Limit’ their first album to chart in all major Korean music charts.

The title track is also at (hashtag)14 on MelOn, (hashtag)21 on Genie, (hashtag)2 on Bugs, (hashtag)44 on Genie, and (hashtag)1 on Vibe Domestic Chart.

The music video was also (hashtag)6 on the Vibe Music Video Chart, with 5.3 million views on YouTube.

Like Bugs, the previous title tracks ‘Dramarama’ and ‘Shoot Out’ re-entered the charts.

Monsta X was also the most popular artist and boy band on MelOn.

On the iTunes Worldwide Album Chart, ‘No Limit’ debuted at (hashtag)7.

With ‘Rush Hour’ at (hashtag)32, six of the album’s tracks made it onto the iTunes Worldwide Song Chart.

Monsta X has always been at the top of the charts.

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