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Members of South Korean K-pop band BTS, also known as Bangtan Boys, pose on the red carpet during Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA) in Hong Kong, Dec. 2, 2016. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

South Korean band BTS, or Bangtan Boys, has set another record with its latest album “Wings: You Never Walk Alone” selling 713,063 copies in the month of February, the highest number registered on Gaon’s monthly album charts for K-pop artists.

In addition to this, the K-pop boy band sold 783,923 copies of their earlier album “Wings,” bringing BTS’ total for the “Wings” series to approximately 1.5 million copies, a feat that earns them the tag of being one of K-pop’s best-selling artists of all time.

The South Korean band has been breaking national and international records with its new repackaged album, earning a spot on Billboard’s main albums chart for the fourth consecutive time, a record for any K-pop group.

Read: BTS ‘You Never Walk Alone’: K-pop Band Breaks Into Billboard’s Main Albums Chart For Fourth Consecutive Time, Setting Record

“Not Today,” BTS’ latest music video, broke the band’s own record, set by “Spring Day,” to reach 20 million views in almost 66 hours and 25 minutes. “Not Today” also broke the earlier record set by “Spring Day” to become the fastest K-pop music video to reach 10 million views on YouTube.

BTS’ latest album also took the top spot on the iTunes album charts in 13 countries, according to reports, with “Spring Day” becoming the first song by a K-Pop group to bag a spot in the top 10 songs of the iTunes chart in the United States.

The South Korean artists are expected to set and break a number of other records with “You Never Walk Alone,” which has received rave reviews from fans across the world.

After performing at the Gocheok Skydome in Seoul as a part of its world tour — “2017 BTS Live Trilogy Episode III The Wings Tour” — BTS is preparing for the next leg with a performance in Santiago, Chile. Other scheduled stops include Sao Paolo, Newark, and Anaheim, along with the recently announced locations at Bangkok, Jakarta, Manila, Hong Kong, and Sydney.