As Girls' Generation celebrates their 10-year anniversary, the group should see their legacy continue strong with its latest accomplishment.
The K-pop icons' latest album, Holiday Night -- the their sixth full-length record released on Aug. 4 to coincide with the same week the group debuted on the K-pop scene 10 years ago -- takes the No. 1 spot on Billboard's World Albums chart. The chart-topping effort marks the Girls' Generation's third record to reign on the ranking, following 2013's I Got a Boy and 2015's Lion Heart. The album also debuts at No. 5 on Heatseekers Albums -- which sees far fewer K-pop acts ranking -- with this marking the group's fourth entry after initially hitting the chart in early 2012 with The Boys.
Holiday Night sold 2,000 copies in the week ending Aug. 10, according to Nielsen Music. That sum marks the outfit's third-biggest debut week in America following their Mr. Mr. EP (which sold 3,000 copies in 2014 and also earned the act their only Billboard 200 entry to date) and I Got a Boy album (which sold just under 3,000).