Vogue, whose cover is covered by BTS V, has proved V's unrivaled popularity by ranking first in pre-orders on all online platforms in Japan.

The October issue of Vogue Korea, which began pre-ordering with an announcement on the 8th, ranked first and third in the overall category in just four hours on Rakuten, Japan's largest e-commerce site, drawing an explosive response.

In Qoo10, one of Japan's four major online platforms, it was surprising that as many as 22 were ranked in the best-selling "Top 100" rankings, including first to sixth in the overall category rankings.

In addition, "Vogue Korea" topped the list of popular search words for two days on the 8th and 9th in Q10. On Twitter in Japan, Tae-tae, Tae-hyung, and BTSV were trending, showing keen interest in V's exclusive cover magazine on the Japanese archipelago.

About 30 hours after the pre-order began, the volume of Vogue sold in only one Q10 exceeded about 25,000 volumes, and the figure continues to rise steeply.

In Q10, sales outlets began to be sold out in just a few hours. On social media, fans posted messages expressing regret for not being able to purchase them, and the sales agency announced the second sale.

Amazon Japan, which is two-top with Rakuten in the Japanese e-commerce market open market, also ranked first to fourth in the celebrity goods category, seventh, eighth, ninth, 12th, and 13th. In Music Japan, it topped the list of K-pop magazines and photo books.

TaeTae Land, which sells anything if V's name is included, and the heat of V's solo pictorial, which was held for the first time in 10 years since his debut in Japan, continues to this day.

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