South Korean band BTS, or the Bangtan Boys, broke another record to become the only Korean pop (K-pop) act to feature on the World Music Awards’ list of 20 best-selling albums in the world for 2017.

Released Sunday, the list is based on the most number of albums sold by any artist or act in the first quarter of 2017, extending from January till March.

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BTS’ latest repackaged album – “Wings: You Never Walk Alone” – grabbed the 14th spot on the list with 565,000 total consumption sales. This is the latest achievement for the K-pop boy band that is currently in the midst of a world tour, finishing power-packed performances in the U.S.

BTS has been getting international recognition for its work and recently signed a record deal with Japan’s Def Jam Records, owned by the Universal Music Group.

The list of the top 20 best-sellers was topped by Ed Sheeran’s “Divide,” which registered 3,626,000 sales, according to Soompi. Sheeran, whose other album X came in at the 16th spot, was followed by The Weeknd with “Starboy” getting 1,202,000 sales.

You can see the full list below:

1. Divide (Ed Sheeran) – 3,626,000 sales

2. Starboy (The Weeknd) – 1,202,000 sales

3. 24k Magic (Bruno Mars) – 1,087,000 sales

4. More Life (Drake) – 1,021,000 sales

5. La La Land  (soundtrack) – 941,000 sales

6. Moana (soundtrack) – 796,000 sales

7. Human (Rag’n’Bone Man) – 777,000 sales

8. Hardwired To Self-Destruct (Metallica) – 735,000 sales

9. 25 (Adele) – 729,000 sales

10. Thumbnail (AKB48) – 634,000 sales

11. Culture (Migos) – 624,000 sales

12. Fifty Shades Darker  (soundtrack) – 586,000 sales

13. Encore (back number) – 578,000 sales

14. Wings: You Never Walk Alone (BTS) – 565,000 sales

15. Trolls  (soundtrack) – 560,000 sales

16. X (Ed Sheeran) – 547,000 sales

17. Blurry Face (twenty one pilots) – 513,000 sales

18. Views (Drake) – 509,000 sales

19. I Decided (BIG SEAN) – 499,000 sales

20. Blue And Lonesome (The Rolling Stones) – 493,000 sales