Veteran boy group TVXQ recorded the most annual album sales among non-Japanese artists on Oricon Chart in 2014.
According to the chart, the Korean duo -- Changmin and Yunho -- was No. 13 on Annual Album Sales ranking in 2014 with "Tree," which was released in March.
The sound track of popular Disney animation "Frozen" was the only foreign album which was ranked higher than "Tree," bagging the second spot on the chart.
Some other K-pop artists -- Girls' Generation, Big Bang, 2PM, Daesung, Taeyang and SHINee -- entered within the top 100 of the chart.
Also, TVXQ ranked No. 48 on Annual Single Sales list as well, proving its popularity there. It became the No. 1 K-pop act in Japan that sold the most singles in 2014 with "Swear/Answer," which was released in June.
The boy group's "Hide&Seek/Something" ranked No. 56 and "Time Works Wonders" ranked No. 59 on the chart.