SEVENTEEN to make October comeback

Published 1 month ago | Updated 1 month ago

SEVENTEEN is set to make a Korean comeback in October. Following their successes in America and Japan, SEVENTEEN will be joining the comeback rush happening next month in October with hopes to become million copy sellers for the second time.

Pledis Entertainment later confirmed that SEVENTEEN are currently preparing to make their comeback with a goal for next month in October.

SEVETEEN is shared to be currently in album preparations and this will be their first comeback since their 7th mini album "Heng:garae" that was released back in June. "Heng:garae" became the first album for SEVENTEEN to sell more than 1 million copies, and it is expected they will create new achievements with this upcoming comeback.

SEVENTEEN recently made their Japanese comeback with their 2nd mini album "24H" where they had achieved more than 450K preorders. SEVENTEEN has also achieved new records by having their fourth-consecutive win on Oricon's Weekly Album Chart. "24H" includes 5 Japanese tracks including the title track with the same name, "24H".

it is also noted that SEVENTEEN is making their advancements into the U.S. as members Joshua and DK recently took part in a new remix version of Pink Sweat$ "17" that was released yesterday at 17KST.

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