- K-pop group Seventeen and the Korean National Commission for UNESCO (KNCU) announced the launch of their global campaign #GoingTogether.
- The endeavor aims to raise awareness about the future of youth education, marking the second time Seventeen has worked with the KNCU after they donated to the organization earlier this year to celebrate the band’s seventh anniversary.
- The group will donate part of the proceeds from their “Be The Sun” world tour to the campaign, with the North American leg starting soon on Aug. 10 in Vancouver.
- Seventeen’s “Sector 17” repackage album, which was led by the title track music video “World,” recently reached No. 4 on Billboard’s Top 200 charts.
Seventeen gave K-pop fans something to “Clap” about as they announced their global campaign #GoingTogether today in partnership with the Korean National Commission for UNESCO (KNCU).
Under UNESCO’s global Futures of Education initiative, the KNCU created the #EducationCanChange_ project. Together with the Pledis Entertainment K-pop act, they aim to raise awareness about the importance of youth education.
- Billboard announced yesterday that K-pop boy group Seventeen reached their highest peak yet at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 for their repackage album “Sector 17.”
- It is their highest weekly album chart entry and the fourth overall for the group, now making them the first Korean act of 2022 with multiple top 10 albums on the Billboard 200.
- The Pledis Entertainment and Geffen Records project is a repackage of their fourth studio album “Face The Sun,” and is led by the title track music video “_World.”
- Seventeen will embark on the North American leg of their world tour starting in Vancouver on Aug. 10 and wrapping up in September with a total of 12 shows announced so far.
Pledis Entertainment K-pop boy group Seventeen reached a new career milestone with their No. 4 placement on the Billboard 200 for their repackage album “Sector 17.”
Billboard announced yesterday that the 13-member boy group reached their highest weekly album chart entry to date.
- K-pop boy group Seventeen announced yesterday a Las Vegas immersive event coming Sept. 9-12 this year.
- Dubbed “Clarity,” the event is set to take place at Resorts World Las Vegas. Besides Seventeen’s headliner performance, attendees can expect dance lessons, various parties, merch stores, an art and photo exhibition and a movie screening with Q&A.
- The event coincides with the group’s world tour, “Be The Sun,” in conjunction with their latest album “Face the Sun.”
- They announced a repackage of their album “Sector 17” will drop July 18.
Pledis Entertainment’s boy group Seventeen is ready to “Face the Sun” in Las Vegas over the weekend of Sept. 9-12 for an immersive K-pop experience.
See you in LAS VEGAS, Sep 2022. Enjoy a glamorous and immersive weekend with SEVENTEEN✨
- K-pop boy group Seventeen released their new full album “Face the Sun” with the title music video “Hot” today.
- The album features seven new songs in addition to their previously released “Hot” and their first English-language single as a group, “Darl+ing.”
- Member Woozi penned and composed much of the album with contributions from members Hoshi, Vernon and S.Coups in addition to frequent Seventeen collaborator Bumzu.
- This is Seventeen’s first full-length domestic album release since “An Ode” in 2019.”
K-pop boy group Seventeen’s comeback album “Face The Sun” and title music video “Hot” dropped today.
The nine-track fourth album, led by “Darl+ing,” their first English-language single to be performed by all 13 members, features seven previously unreleased songs.
- K-pop boy group Seventeen announced their 2022 “Be The Sun”world tour on Monday.
- The Pledis Entertainment 13-member group will start with a two-day concert in Seoul at Gocheok Sky Dome on June 25 and 26, available in person and to stream online, before heading to 12 cities across the U.S. and Canada.
- Pledis Entertainment also announced on Weverse an additional six dome shows in Japan and an arena tour elsewhere in Asia.
- Seventeen is slated to release their fourth studio album “Face The Sun”’ on May 27 at 1 p.m. KST.
K-pop boy group Seventeen announced the dates and stops for their upcoming 2022 “Be The Sun” world tour on Twitter Monday.
The Pledis Entertainment group, consisting of 13 members, will kick off their tour in Seoul with a two-day performance at Gocheok Sky Dome on June 25 and 26. These shows will be available to view both in person and online via streaming.
K-pop boy group Seventeen announces collaboration with Apple for their first English-language single
- Apple is set to launch their largest Korean outlet, Apple Myeongdong, in central Seoul this Saturday, which will also serve as a stage for South Korean performing artists.
- Apple Myeongdong will debut Apple’s first-ever “Today At Apple” K-pop session on April 15, where they’re expected to highlight Seventeen’s first English-language single, “Darl+ing.”
- In celebration of the launch, the first “Today At Apple” event will feature a 60-minute “Music Lab: Seventeen Remix” video session, wherein members of the Seventeen boy band will teach visitors how to create music using Apple’s GarageBand software.
- Fans and visitors can learn about Seventeen’s creative process as well as explore making their own remixes of the track using the app.
Apple will kick off its latest and largest retail outlet in South Korea with their first-ever “Today At Apple” K-pop collaboration with boyband Seventeen.
The tech giant is set to launch the Apple Myeongdong retail store in central Seoul on April 9. The location will also serve as a stage for South Korean artists to celebrate contemporary Korean culture.
A Korean student who repeatedly skipped school and splurged thousands of bucks in her obsession with a K-Pop group has her father bawling on national TV.
Yuna, a middle schooler, is a fan of SEVENTEEN, a 13-member boy group from Pledis Entertainment.