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"Koi Suru Fortune Cookie"
Koi Suru Fortune Cookie Type-A.jpg
Type-A single cover
Single by AKB48
from the album Tsugi no Ashiato
B-side
ReleasedAugust 21, 2013 (2013-08-21) (Single)
October 1, 2016 (2016-10-01) (HMV Vinyl)
FormatCD single
digital download
LP
GenreJ-pop, Disco
Length4:47
LabelYou, Be Cool! / King
Producer(s)Yasushi Akimoto
AKB48 singles chronology
"Sayonara Crawl"
(2013)
"Koi Suru Fortune Cookie"
(2013)
"Heart Electric"
(2013)
Music video
"Koi Suru Fortune Cookie" on YouTube

"Koi Suru Fortune Cookie" (恋するフォーチュンクッキー, Koisuru Fōchunkukkī, "The Fall-in-Love Fortune Cookie") is the 32nd single by the Japanese idol girl group AKB48. It was released in Japan on August 21, 2013. The lineup for the title track and supporting B-sides was determined by the results from the 2013 AKB48 general election, of which the winner was Rino Sashihara of AKB48 sister group HKT48.[1] The single contains graduation songs for Mariko Shinoda and Tomomi Itano.[n 1]

The song has been redone by AKB48's international sister groups in their respective local languages, including the Indonesian version by JKT48, released on the same date as the original Japanese version;[2][3] the Chinese Mandarin version by SNH48, released in 2013; the Thai version by BNK48, released in 2017; and the Filipino version by MNL48, released in 2018.[4]

2013 general election[edit]

The lineup for the title track and supporting B-sides was determined by the results from the AKB48's 2013 general election.[1] Rino Sashihara of HKT48 received the most votes and became the center, or headlining position, for the single.[1] This is Sashihara's first time as a center for an AKB48 single.

The participants in the single included members who had graduated or announced graduation plans. AKB48 member Mariko Shinoda, who placed fifth overall in the election, announced on the election results day that she would be graduating;[5] her ceremony was held on July 21.[6] Tomomi Itano, who placed 11th overall, had announced her intent to graduate back in February 2013.[7] Natsumi Hirajima, a candidate who had already graduated prior to the election voting period, placed 62nd overall.[1]

Promotion and release[edit]

On June 23, AKB48 member Rino Sashihara announced on Fuji TV's late-night show, AKB Eizou Center, that the title of the 32nd single would be "Koi Suru Fortune Cookie" and a release date of August 21.[8]

The single was released in four versions: Type A, Type K, Type B and Theater Edition. The non-theater versions have limited editions for their first pressings. While each regular edition has one of 50 different kinds of photos,[9] each limited edition has one of two types of tickets for a handshake event.[10]

The title song was first performed in the TBS show "Ongaku no hi" (Japanese: 音楽の日) on June 29.[11]

Music video[edit]

Street in front of HKT48 theatre, one of filming points of the music video

The "Koi Suru Fortune Cookie" music video was filmed on June 22, in Fukuoka, HKT48's home and where AKB48 member Mariko Shinoda is from.[8] It involved 3,800 extras,[12] the most for any AKB48 and sister group-related video since "Banzai Venus" which had about 1,000 people.[13]

The choreography was done by Papaya Suzuki. Some of the AKB48 members commented on the music video. Mayu Watanabe said "It makes you feel like telling your fortunes". Tomomi Itano said "It's a song you can liven up with everyone, and is also an enjoyable song, as you can copy the choreography with others." Minami Takahashi said "It's somehow nostalgic. It's like a large-scale disco."[8]

On July 19, AKB48 released the Staff Version of the music video, which shows 365 members of the AKB48 staff and its sister groups performing some of the dance moves. The video was shot in seven days.[3][14] The staff video was listed as the most watched YouTube video in Japan for the 2013 year with over 8 million views.[15]

On August 12, 2016 (2016-08-12) the music video reached 100 million views on YouTube, the second AKB48 music video to achieve this milestone (along with "Heavy Rotation"). It makes AKB48 became the first Japanese artist who has two 100-million-views MVs on Youtube.

In other media[edit]

In March 2014, "Koi Suru Fortune Cookie" was listed as one of the songs on the Japanese edition of Just Dance Wii U[16][17]


Performance in Kōhaku Uta Gassen[edit]

Track listing[edit]

Type A[edit]

CD[n 2]
No.TitlePerformanceLength
1."Koi Suru Fortune Cookie" (恋するフォーチュンクッキー) 4:47
2."Ai no Imi o Kangaete Mita" (愛の意味を考えてみた)Under Girls (アンダーガールズ)3:06
3."Kondo Koso Ecstasy" (今度こそエクスタシー)Next Girls (ネクストガールズ)3:21
4."Koi Suru Fortune Cookie off vocal ver." (恋するフォーチュンクッキー off vocal ver.) 4:47
5."Ai no Imi o Kangaete Mita off vocal ver." (愛の意味を考えてみた off vocal ver.) 3:06
6."Kondo Koso Ecstasy off vocal ver." (今度こそエクスタシー off vocal ver.) 3:19

Type K[edit]

CD[n 3]
No.TitlePerformanceLength
1."Koi Suru Fortune Cookie" (恋するフォーチュンクッキー) 4:47
2."Ai no Imi o Kangaete Mita" (愛の意味を考えてみた)Under Girls (アンダーガールズ)3:06
3."Suitei Marmalade" (推定マーマレード)Future Girls (フューチャーガールズ)4:41
4."Koi Suru Fortune Cookie off vocal ver." (恋するフォーチュンクッキー off vocal ver.) 4:47
5."Ai no Imi o Kangaete Mita off vocal ver." (愛の意味を考えてみた off vocal ver.) 3:06
6."Suitei Marmalade off vocal ver." (推定マーマレード off vocal ver.) 4:40

Type B[edit]

CD[n 1][a]
No.TitleLength
1."Koi Suru Fortune Cookie" (恋するフォーチュンクッキー)4:47
2."Saigo no Door (Tomomi Itano's graduation song)" (最後のドア(板野友美卒業ソング))4:22
3."Namida no Sei Janai (Mariko Shinoda's graduation song)" (涙のせいじゃない(篠田麻里子卒業ソング))5:27
4."Koi Suru Fortune Cookie off vocal ver." (恋するフォーチュンクッキー off vocal ver.)4:47
5."Saigo no Door off vocal ver." (最後のドア off vocal ver.)4:22
6."Namida no Sei Janai off vocal ver." (涙のせいじゃない off vocal ver.)5:25

Theater[edit]

CD[n 4]
No.TitlePerformanceLength
1."Koi Suru Fortune Cookie" (恋するフォーチュンクッキー)  
2."Ai no Imi o Kangaete Mita" (愛の意味を考えてみた)Under Girls (アンダーガールズ) 
3."Aozora Cafe" (青空カフェ)  
4."Koi Suru Fortune Cookie off vocal ver." (恋するフォーチュンクッキー off vocal ver.)  
5."Ai no Imi o Kangaete Mita off vocal ver." (愛の意味を考えてみた off vocal ver.)  
6."Aozora Cafe" (青空カフェ off vocal ver.)  

Personnel[edit]

"Koi Suru Fortune Cookie"[edit]

The lineup for the title track consists of the top 16 members from AKB48's 2013 general election.[1]

The number in brackets indicates the member's ranking.
Center: Rino Sashihara (1)

"Ai no Imi o Kangaete Mita"[edit]

Performed by Undergirls, which consist of members who ranked 17 to 32 in AKB48's 2013 general election.[1]
The number in brackets indicates the member's ranking.
Center: Aya Shibata (17)[18]

"Kondo Koso Ecstasy"[edit]

Performed by Next Girls, which consist of members who ranked 33 to 48 in AKB48's 2013 general election.[1]
The number in brackets indicates the member's ranking.
Center: Amina Sato (33)[18]

  • Team A: Yuka Tano (38)
  • Team K: Asuka Kuramochi (36), Amina Sato (33), Mariya Nagao (35), Tomu Muto (45)
  • Team B: Haruka Ishida (46), Haruka Katayama (34)
  • Team B / Team KII (SKE48): Mina Ōba (48)
  • Team S (SKE48): Makiko Saito (42)
  • Team KII (SKE48): Ami Kobayashi (47), Rina Matsumoto (41)
  • Team E (SKE48): Madoka Umemoto(39)
  • Team M (NMB48) / Team A: Fuuko Yagura (44)
  • Team N (NMB48): Kei Jonishi (40)
  • Team H (HKT48): Aika Oota (43), Haruka Kodama (37)

"Suitei Marmalade"[edit]

Performed by Future Girls, which consist of members who ranked 49 to 64 in AKB48's 2013 general election.[1]
The number in brackets indicates the member's ranking.
Center: Shu Yabushita (49)[18]

  • Team A: Ayaka Kikuchi (51), Sumire Sato (52), Sakiko Matsui (60)
  • Team K: Ami Maeda (53)
  • Team B: Misaki Iwasa (56), Suzuran Yamauchi (61)
  • Team B / Team N (NMB48): Miori Ichikawa (57)
  • Team S (SKE48): Kyoka Isohara (58), Yuka Nakanishi (64)
  • Team E (SKE48): Shiori Kaneko (63)
  • Team N (NMB48): Mayu Ogasawara (54), Akari Yoshida (50)
  • Team BII (NMB48): Shu Yabushita (49)
  • Kenkyuusei (HKT48): Meru Tashima (55), Mio Tomonaga (59)
  • Graduated member: Natsumi Hirajima (62)

"Namida no Sei Janai"[edit]

Graduation Song of Mariko Shinoda.

"Saigo no Door"[edit]

Graduation Song for Tomomi Itano.

Charts[edit]

"Koi Suru Fortune Cookie" sold 1,095,894 copies on its first day of release, and reached number one on the Oricon weekly charts with over 1.33 million copies. This makes the group's 13th consecutive single to sell over a million copies, which ties a record with B'z. It is the group's 19th consecutive number-one single.[19][20]

Billboard charts[edit]

Chart (2013) Peak
position
Japan (Japan Hot 100)[21] 1

Oricon charts[edit]

Release Oricon Singles Chart Peak position Debut sales (copies) Sales total (copies)
August 21, 2013 Daily Chart 1 1,095,894[22] 1,387,741[23]
Weekly Chart 1 1,330,432[24]
Monthly Chart 1 1,387,741[23]

Year-end charts[edit]

Chart (2013) Position
Billboard Japan Hot 100[25] 1
Billboard Japan Hot Singles Sales[26] 2
Oricon yearly singles[27] 2

Release history[edit]

Date Version Catalog Format Label
August 21, 2013 Type-A First Press Limited Edition (KIZM-90225~6)[n 5]
Regular Edition (KIZM-225~6)[n 2]
CD+DVD King Records
Type-K First Press Limited Edition (KIZM-90227~8)[n 6]
Regular Edition (KIZM-227~8)[n 3]
Type-B First Press Limited Edition (KIZM-90229~30)[n 7]
Regular Edition (KIZM-229~30)[n 1]
Theater Regular Version (NMAX-1153)[n 4] CD

Accolades[edit]

Japanese Version

Year Ceremony Award Result
2013 55th Japan Record Awards Excellent Work Award Won
Grand Prix Nominated
Billboard Japan Music Awards Hot 100 of the Year Won
2014 MTV VMAJ Best Choreography Nominated
2015 JASRAC Awards[28] Gold Award Won
2016 JASRAC Awards Silver Award Won

Thai Version

Year Ceremony Award Result
2018 The Guitar Mag Awards Single Hit of the Year Won
Kazz Awards Song of the Year Nominated
Nine Entertain Awards Song of the Year Nominated
Siamdara Star Awards Hit song Won

Indonesian version

Year Ceremony Award Result
2013 Hai Reader's Poll Music Awards Best Single Won
2014 Global Seru Awards Most Exciting Song Won
World Music Awards World's Best Video Nominated
World's Best Indonesian Video Won

Use as station departure melody[edit]

"Koi Suru Fortune Cookie" is to be used as the departure melody on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line platforms of Akihabara Station from spring 2016.[29]

JKT48 version[edit]

"Fortune Cookie in Love -Fortune Cookie Yang Mencinta-"
JKT48koisuruRegularver.jpg
Regular Version
Single by JKT48
from the album Mahagita
B-side
  • First Rabbit
  • Baby! Baby! Baby! -Passionate Prayer Version-
  • Fortune Cookie in Love -English Version-
ReleasedAugust 21, 2013 (2013-08-21)
FormatCD single
Genre
LabelHits Records
JKT48 singles chronology
"Yuuhi o miteiru ka?-Apakah Kau Melihat Mentari Senja?-"
(2013)
"Fortune Cookie in Love -Fortune Cookie Yang Mencinta-"
(2013)
"Manatsu no Sounds Good! - Musim Panas Sounds Good!"
(2013)
Alternative cover

"Fortune Cookie in Love -Fortune Cookie Yang Mencinta-" is the third released single from the Indonesian idol girl group JKT48. On August 21, 2013, it was simultaneously released with AKB48's release of "Koi Suru Fortune Cookie", under the label Hits Records.

Promotion and release[edit]

The AKB48 sister group JKT48 announced the release of "Fortune Cookie Yang Mencinta" ("Fortune Cookie in Love"), an Indonesian version of "Koi Suru Fortune Cookie", as its third single for August 21, 2013, the same day as the AKB48 release.[2][12] A teaser for the music video was released on August 3.[30]

Track listing[edit]

The single has two editions: Regular Version (CD+DVD)[n 8] and Theater Version (CD only)[n 9]

Regular Version[edit]

CD[n 8]
No.TitleArtist(s)Length
1."Fortune Cookie Yang Mencinta"  
2."First Rabbit"  
3."Baby! Baby! Baby!" (Passionate Prayer Ver.)Team KIII 
4."Fortune Cookie in Love -Fortune Cookie Yang Mencinta-" (English Ver.)  
DVD
No.TitleLength
1."Fortune Cookie In Love -Fortune Cookie Yang Mencinta- Music Video" 
2."Fortune Cookie In Love -Fortune Cookie Yang Mencinta- Music Video Behind the Scenes" 

Bonus

  • Team J Special Photo
  • Team J & Team KIII Photo Group [Member Random]

Theater Version[edit]

CD[n 9]
No.TitleWriter(s)Artist(s)Length
1."Fortune Cookie Yang Mencinta"Yasushi Akimoto  
2."First Rabbit"   
3."Baby! Baby! Baby!" (Passionate Prayer Ver.) Team KIII 
Bonus
  • Trump Card
  • Handshake Event Ticket

Personnel[edit]

"Fortune Cookie Yang Mencinta"[edit]

Both the title track and the English version were performed by the following members.

Center : Haruka Nakagawa

  • Team J / AKB48 Team B : Aki Takajo
  • Team J: Haruka Nakagawa, Melody Nurramdhani Laksani, Shania Junianatha, Nabilah Ratna Ayu Azalia, Jessica Veranda, Ayana Shahab, Rena Nozawa, Beby Chaesara Anadila, Devi Kinal Putri, Sonia Natalia
  • Team KIII: Shinta Naomi, Rona Anggreani, Cindy Yuvia, Della Delila, Riskha Fairunissa

"First Rabbit"[edit]

Center : Melody Nurramdhani

  • Team J / AKB48 Team B :Aki Takajo
  • Team J: Melody Nurramdhani Laksani, Shania Junianatha, Nabilah Ratna Ayu Azalia, Haruka Nakagawa, Jessica Veranda, Ayana Shahab, Sonia Natalia, Rezky Wiranti Dhike, Cindy Gulla, Rica Leyona, Gabriela Margareth Warouw, Ghaida Farisya, Frieska Anastasia Laksani, Sendy Ariani, Delima Rizky

"Baby! Baby! Baby![edit]

"Baby! Baby! Baby!" (Passionate Prayer Version) was performed by Team KIII:

  • Team KIII: Alicia Chanzia, Cindy Yuvia, Della Delila, Intar Putri Kariina, Jennifer Hanna, Lidya Maulida Djuhandar, Nadila Cindi Wantari, Natalia, Noella Sisterina, Octi Sevpin, Ratu Vienny Fitrilya, Riskha Fairunissa, Rona Anggreani, Shinta Naomi, Thalia, Viviyona Apriani

SNH48 version[edit]

"Fortune Cookie of Love"
Single by SNH48
B-side
  • "Anata to Christmas Eve"
  • "Beginner"
  • "Kaze wa Fuiteiru"
ReleasedJanuary 2013 (2013 -13)
FormatCD Single
GenrePop rock
LabelOcean Butterflies Music
Songwriter(s)Original Japanese lyrics:
Yasushi Akimoto
Chinese lyrics:
Gu Rui
Gou Qing
Composer:
Shintaro Ito
Yō Yamazaki
Yoshimasa Inoue
Yoko Kensuke
Producer(s)Yasushi Akimoto
SNH48 singles chronology
"Flying Get"
(2013)
"Fortune Cookie of Love"
(2013)
"Heart Electric"
(2014)
Alternative cover

"Fortune Cookie of Love" (Chinese: 爱的幸运曲奇; pinyin: Ài de Xìngyùn Qūqí) was redone in Mandarin for AKB48's sister group in China, SNH48, as the group's third single. It was available for ordering on November 25, 2013, in Beijing, and November 29, 2013, in Shanghai.[31]

BNK48 version[edit]

"Koi Suru Fortune Cookie – Khukki Siangthai"
BNK48 Koi Suru Fortune Cookie.jpg
Single by BNK48
from the album River
Released20 December 2017 (2017-12-20)
Format
Genre
Length25:38
LabelBNK48 Office
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)
  • Pongchuk
  • Tanupop
BNK48 singles chronology
"Aitakatta – Yak Cha Dai Phop Thoe"
(2017)
"Koi Suru Fortune Cookie – Khukki Siangthai"
(2017)
"Shonichi – Wan Raek"
(2018)
Music video
"Khukki Siangthai" on YouTube

The Thai idol group BNK48, a sister group of AKB48, covered the song, naming it "Khukki Siangthai" (Thai: คุกกี้เสี่ยงทาย; IPA: [kʰúk.kî: sìang.tʰa:j]; "Fortune Cookie").[4]

Promotion and release[edit]

The group performed the song for the first time at the concert 2017: 411 Fandom Party in Bangkok, held at Siam Paragon in Bangkok on the night of 30 August 2017.[4][32] Sixteen of the thirty members of the group formed a provisional senbatsu to perform the song at the event, including Can, Cherprang, Izurina, Jan, Jennis, Kaew, Kaimook, Miori, Mobile, Music, Namneung, Noey, Orn, Pun, Pupe, and Tarwaan.[4]

The group also performed the song with World Order to open the Japan Expo in Thailand 2017 at Siam Paragon on 1 September 2017.[33]

At the concert marking the graduation of Kidcat on 23 September 2017 in Bangkok, it was announced that the song would be released as the second single of the group, containing the song as the title track and two other songs as the B-side tracks, that is, "BNK48 (Bangkok48)", the eponymous anthem of the group which is a cover of "AKB48 (Akihabara48)", and "Phlio", a cover of "Skirt, Hirari".[34]

It was also announced at the same event that sixteen members of the group who are the regular senbatsu for the songs "Khukki Siangthai" and "BNK48 (Bangkok48)" consist of Cherprang, Izurina, Jan, Jennis, Kaew, Kaimook, Miori, Mobile, Music, Namneung, Noey, Orn, Pun, Pupe, Satchan, and Tarwaan, with Mobile as the centre for the former song and Cherprang as the centre for the latter song, whilst seven of the undergirls in charge of the song "Phlio" are Jaa, Jane, Jib, Kate, Mind, Namsai, and Nink, with Jaa and Mind as the centres.[34][35]

Officially released on 20 December 2017, the single was available for purchase from 29 September 2017 to 6 November 2017 only.[36] It sold a total of 30,000 copies.[37] and was streamed 1,000,000 times until 12 February 2018 [38]

The music video for "Khukki Siangthai" was premiered at a mini concert held at J.J Mall in Bangkok on 18 November 2017[39] and was published on YouTube later that day.[40] By April 2018, the Youtube video has surpassed 100 million views.[41]

Production[edit]

The single was produced by Pongchuk Pissathanporn (Thai: พงศ์จักร พิษฐานพร) and Tanupop Notayanont (Thai: ตนุภพ โนทยานนท์) from La-Ong-Fong band. The Thai lyrics were written by Pongchuk, Tanupop, and Trai Bhumiratna (Thai: ตรัย ภูมิรัตน).[35]

The cover art of the single, produced by The Uni_form Design Studio, was revealed on 1 November 2017, depicting the sixteen senbatsu members with elements representing their favourite sweet foods, such as thong yip and biscuit, as well as Bangkok landmarks mentioned in the group's anthem, including the Giant Swing and the Temple of Dawn.[42]

Directed by Chainarong Tampong (Thai: ไชยณรงค์ แต้มพงษ์),[43] the music video for the title song was shot on 4 November 2017 at the Siam Park City in Bangkok, featuring a number of fans who passed a competition in which they covered the choreography of the song.[44]

Criticism[edit]

The group's company, BNK48 Office, went under fire for neglecting the names of some senbatsu members on the single booklets.[45]

Track listing[edit]

  • Boldness indicates centres.
No.TitleLyricsPerformersLength
1."Khukki Siangthai (Thai: คุกกี้เสี่ยงทาย; "Fortune Cookie")" (cover of AKB48's "Koi Suru Fortune Cookie")Tanupop NotayanontCherprang, Izurina, Jan, Jennis, Kaew, Kaimook, Miori, Mobile, Music, Namneung, Noey, Orn, Pun, Pupe, Satchan, Tarwaan[34][35]4:47
2."BNK48 (Bangkok48)" (cover of AKB48's "AKB48 (Akihabara48)")Cherprang, Izurina, Jan, Jennis, Kaew, Kaimook, Miori, Mobile, Music, Namneung, Noey, Orn, Pun, Pupe, Satchan, Tarwaan[34][35]4:00
3."Phlio (Thai: พลิ้ว; "Wavering")" (cover of AKB48's "Skirt, Hirari")Trai BhumiratnaJaa, Jane, Jib, Kate, Mind, Namsai, Nink[34][35]4:02
4."Khukki Siangthai" (Off Vocal Version)  4:47
5."BNK48 (Bangkok48)" (Off Vocal Version)  4:00
6."Phlio" (Off Vocal Version)  4:02
Total length:25:38

Charts and certifications[edit]

Chart (2018) Position
Thailand iTunes Chart[46] 1
Spotify Top 200 Thailand[47] 1
EFM 104.5 Top Air Play[48] 6
IW Weekly Music Chart[49] 7
Region Certification Certified units/Sales
Thailand (TECA) 30,000[50]
Streaming
Thailand (Spotify) 1,000,000[51]

MNL48 version[edit]

"Pag-Ibig Fortune Cookie"
MNL48 Pag-Ibig Fortune Cookie.jpeg
Single by MNL48
B-side
  • First Rabbit
  • Palusot ko’y Maybe
Released25 November 2018 (2018-11-25)
Format
Genre
Length26:35
LabelStar Music
Producer(s)
MNL48 singles chronology
"Aittakata - Gustong Makita"
(2018)
"Pag-Ibig Fortune Cookie"
(2018)
"365 Araw ng Eroplanong Papel"
(2019)
Music video
"Pag-Ibig Fortune Cookie" on YouTube

AKB48's Filipino sister group MNL48 released their rendition of the song as their second single titled "Pag-Ibig Fortune Cookie".

Release[edit]

The single was announced during the Aitakatta – Gustong Makita Handshake event at Movie Stars Cafe on November 25, 2018. Brei, Belle, Coleen, Rans, Lei, Mari, Jan and Kay were formally introduced as the new Senbatsu members for the single, together with Faith, Alyssa, Jem, Gabb, Sela, Abby and Sheki, who is still Center. An exclusive viewing of the music video was also held followed by a live performance of the song. The music video was subsequently uploaded to Youtube on the same date.

Track listing[edit]

  • Bold indicates centres.
No.TitlePerformersLength
1."Pag-Ibig Fortune Cookie" (cover of AKB48's "Koi Suru Fortune Cookie"[52])Sheki, Abby, Sela, Brei, Belle, Gabb, Colleen, Rans, Jem, Lei, Mari, Jan, Kay, Alyssa, Faith, and Ella4:45
2."First Rabbit" (cover of AKB48's "First Rabbit"[52])Sheki, Abby, Sela, Brei, Belle, Gabb, Colleen, Rans, Jem, Lei, Mari, Jan, Kay, Alyssa, Faith, and Ella4:46
3."Palusot Ko’y Maybe" (cover of AKB48's "Iiwake Maybe"[52])Colleen, Abby, Brei, Belle, Daryll, Ella, Ecka, Hazel, Andy, Jem, Aly, Lara, Madie, Ruth, and Joyce4:08
4."Pag-Ibig Fortune Cookie" (Off Vocal Version[52]) 4:47
5."First Rabbit" (Off Vocal Version[52]) 4:46
6."Palusot Ko’y Maybe" (Off Vocal Version[52]) 4:08
Total length:26:35

Sales and Certification[edit]

Region Certification Certified units/Sales
Philippines (PARI)[53]
Filipino version, Pag-Ibig Fortune Cookie / First Rabbit / Palusot Ko’y Maybe
1× Platinum 150,000*
Philippines (PARI)[53]
Filipino version, Pag-Ibig Fortune Cookie / First Rabbit / Palusot Ko’y Maybe
1× Gold 75,000*

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The Type-B version numbering is from the AKB48 official website discography. The King Records website has different sequence numbering as of August 4, 2013.

References[edit]

Releases
  1. ^ a b c d "恋するフォーチュンクッキー Type B 通常盤(マキシ+DVD複合)". King Records. Retrieved 2013-08-09.
  2. ^ a b c "恋するフォーチュンクッキー Type A 通常盤(マキシ+DVD複合)". King Records. Retrieved 2013-08-09.
  3. ^ a b c "恋するフォーチュンクッキー Type K 通常盤(マキシ+DVD複合)". King Records. Retrieved 2013-08-09.
  4. ^ a b "恋するフォーチュンクッキー 【劇場盤】". King Records. Retrieved 2013-08-22.
  5. ^ "恋するフォーチュンクッキー Type A 初回限定盤(マキシ+DVD複合)". King Records. Retrieved 2013-08-09.
  6. ^ "恋するフォーチュンクッキー Type K 初回限定盤(マキシ+DVD複合)". King Records. Retrieved 2013-08-09.
  7. ^ "恋するフォーチュンクッキー TypeB 初回限定盤(マキシ+DVD複合)". King Records. Retrieved 2013-08-09.
  8. ^ a b "Discography - Fortune Cookie in Love -Fortune Cookie Yang Mencinta- Regular Version" (in Indonesian and English). JKT48. Retrieved 2013-09-27.
  9. ^ a b "Discography - Fortune Cookie in Love -Fortune Cookie Yang Mencinta- Theater Version" (in Indonesian and English). JKT48. Retrieved 2013-09-27.
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