SGO48 sold 8,000 singles 3, becoming the only group with revenue from selling records in the Vietnamese market at present.
Recently, the idol group SGO48 held the 3rd "handshake" event for fans.
The event took place in a secure space with more than 500 attendees and 8,000 singles 3 sold.
This means that SGO48 is the artist earning revenue from the sale of records in the Vietnamese entertainment market at the moment.
Handshake is a typical event of the 48th house, a place connecting idols and fans on a large scale of SGO48.
Every fan who wants to attend the event is required to have a Handshake ticket (handshake ticket), which is included in every SGO48 single.
This is considered an attractive added value for House 48 fans.
Previously, with the announcement of the top 7 members with the highest number of handshake tickets, they will be present in SGO48's private MV next time.
The fandoms of each member quickly planned to bring the idol to the top.
Therefore, this 3rd "handshake" event is not only a place to meet and shake hands between fans and idols, but also a "fierce battle" between fandoms.
After 13 handshake frames and 40 special timeframes (a special time slot for a fan with 100 or more handshake tickets) was opened, the top 7 members had the highest number of handshake tickets at the 1st Handshak event 3 belong to Light (750 tickets), Hikari (648 tickets), Mochi (641 tickets), Le Trang (536 tickets), Janie (507 tickets), Ashley (486 tickets), Chongqing (468 tickets).
Also during the event, information about the single 4 was revealed at the time of the release, and the demo of the top 7 song was also shared, making fans extremely excited.
At the end of the event, the final number of 8,000 singles 3 sold was a good sign in the Vietnamese music market.
Obviously, in the time when music audiences are giving their favor to digital music channels and YouTube, SGO48 has accepted the risk of going its own way, and affirmed its enthusiasm for music by turning the audience back with the habit of buying discs that seemed to have been forgotten for many years.