K-pop boy group Seventeen has wrapped up their tour concerts in Japan successfully.
On February 15, the group started their tour, 17 JAPAN CONCERT SAY the name #SEVENTEEN, visiting two cities with six concerts. Tickets to all scheduled concerts sold out, which is an impressive achievement regarding that the group hasn’t even made an official debut in Japan.
Debuted in Korea in May, 2015, the 21-month-old boy group is rapidly growing popular, with their global fandom growing at a significant pace as well. One of the venues, Yokohama Arena, is the site where Seventeen’s senior groups like TVXQ, Super Junior, SNSD, SHINee, EXO, BTS, and other K-pop big names had their concerts or fan events. Throughout the tour, the group has met over 50 thousands local fans.
On February 18, the group shared a photo, celebrating their achievement in Japan as well as the birthdays of members DK and Vernon. They expressed appreciation to Japanese fans who came to the concerts as well.
Original article by Im Yu-seop
Translated by Heewon Kim