Tomorrow X Together entered Oricon’s annual ranking 2023 for fourth consecutive year, according to the chart published on Wednesday.

Its second studio album in Japan, “Sweet” made No. 11 on the album ranking followed by its third studio album in Korea, “The Name Chapter: Freefall,” and fifth EP, “The Name Chapter: Temptation,” at Nos. 13 and 21, respectively.

All three albums the quintet released this year made the chart. They also were on Billboard Japan’s annual album wrap-up and the band ranked No. 35 on its Artist 100 chart.

The fifth EP debuted atop the Billboard 200 when it came out in March and the third LP notched the No. 3 spot on the main albums chart in October. The latest album stayed on the chart for seven weeks in a row.

Ive uploaded trailers for the upcoming season of original show “1, 2, 3 Ive.”

The new season will start airing on Jan. 1, 2024 and in the teaser clip, youngest member Leeseo said that “I am the king today,” showing dolls that turn into the members of the group. The six bandmates also play games wearing blindfolds and film an ASMR video with desserts.

In the meantime, the group returned from Qingdao, China on Monday after meeting fans at an autograph session. Last week, the six-member act won the Best Artist (musician) award at 2023 Asia Artist Awards held in Philippines. The year-end awards ceremony was co-hosted by Jang Wonyoung. She has been emceeing for the live show for three years in a row and this year, picked up the trophy for Asia Celebrity.

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