SS501’s 3rd Japanese single called “Lucky Days” ranked 2nd in the Oricon daily single chart on the day of its release (June 18). This is the highest place SS501 has reached since it released its 2 other Japanese singles. Its first single, “Kokoro,” placed 5th and its second single, “Distance – Kimi to no Kyori,” rose to 3rd place in the Oricon daily single chart.
SS501 will be staying in Japan until the end of July.
The quintet will start its Japan activities with a handshake meeting on the 21st at the Takeshiba Pia Hall. SS501 is also set to hold concerts to commemorate the release of its new album on July 12 and 13 in Tokyo and 16 and 17 in Osaka.