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Seventeen
Seventeen in June 2022
L-R: Woozi, Seungkwan, Mingyu, Jeonghan, Vernon, Hoshi, The8, Dino, Joshua, DK, Jun, Wonwoo and S.Coups
Background information
OriginSeoul, South Korea
Genres
Years active2015 (2015)–present
Labels
Spinoffs
Members
Websitewww.pledis.co.kr/ko/artist/detail/seventeen Edit this at Wikidata
Korean name
Hangul세븐틴
Japanese name
Katakanaセブンティーン

Seventeen (Korean세븐틴; RRSebeuntin; stylized in all caps or as SVT) is a South Korean boy band formed by Pledis Entertainment. The group consists of thirteen members: S.Coups, Jeonghan, Joshua, Jun, Hoshi, Wonwoo, Woozi, DK, Mingyu, The8, Seungkwan, Vernon, and Dino. Seventeen has won a large audience since its debut and has grown into an internationally recognized K-pop group with signature music and performances.

The group debuted on May 26, 2015, with the extended play (EP) 17 Carat, which became the longest-charting K-pop album of the year in the US and the only rookie album to appear on Billboard's "10 Best K-Pop Albums of 2015" list. Seventeen has released four studio albums, twelve EPs, and three reissues.

Seventeen is considered a "self-producing" idol group, with the members involved in songwriting, music production, and choreographing, among other aspects of their music and performances. They perform as one group and are divided into three units—hip-hop, vocal, and performance—each with a different area of specialization. They have been labeled "Performance Kings", "Theater Kids of K-Pop", and "K-Pop Performance Powerhouse'" by various domestic and international media outlets.[2][3][4][5]

Name[edit]

The name Seventeen is derived from the expression "13 members + 3 teams + 1 group", representing how the 13 members are divided into three different teams and come together to form one cohesive group.[6][7] The name originally referred to how 17 members (with the other 4 former pre-debut trainees — Jang Do-yoon, Samuel Kim, Shin Dong-jin, and Yao Mingming) — planned to debut.[8]

The official name of Seventeen's fan club is "Carat" (Korean캐럿), as announced at a concert on February 14, 2016.[9] Named after the measurement unit for diamonds, it is a reference to their debut EP 17 Carat and its opening song "Shining Diamond".[10][11] Seventeen have a global fan club hosted via Weverse[12] and a Japan-specific fan club.[13]

History[edit]

2013–2015: Formation, Seventeen TV, and Seventeen Project[edit]

Seventeen performing at the 2015 Summer K-POP Festival at the Seoul Plaza.

Beginning in 2013, Seventeen appeared in regular live broadcasts of a series called Seventeen TV on the online streaming platform UStream. The show aired for multiple seasons, in which trainees were introduced and shown practicing for performances, with some seasons culminating with Like Seventeen concerts.[14][15] Prior to their debut, Seventeen also appeared in the reality television show Seventeen Project: Big Debut Plan on MBC from May 2 to 26, 2015. The show concluded with the group's debut showcase.[16]

2015–2016: Debut with 17 Carat, first win and first studio album Love and Letter[edit]

Seventeen officially debuted on May 26 with a live showcase televised by MBC, the first male K-pop group to debut with a one-hour live showcase on a major broadcasting channel, with labelmates Lizzy and Raina serving as MCs.[17] Three days later, Seventeen's first extended play (EP) 17 Carat was released digitally.[18] 17 Carat became the longest-charting K-pop album of the year in the US[19] and was the only rookie album to appear on Billboard's "10 Best K-Pop Albums of 2015" list.[20][21][22]

On September 10, 2015, Seventeen released their second EP Boys Be, which later became the highest-selling rookie album of the year.[23] The EP's success earned the group awards at the Golden Disk Awards, Seoul Music Awards, and Gaon Chart K-Pop Awards.[24] Seventeen became the only K-pop group on Billboard's "21 Under 21 2015: Music's Hottest Young Stars" list.[25][26] Seventeen held a four-show concert series in Seoul titled 2015 Like Seventeen – Boys Wish from December 24 to 26 as a year-end celebration.[27] After the concerts' success, Seventeen held two more in the following February in 2016, the Like Seventeen – Boys Wish Encore Concert.[28]

Seventeen's first studio album Love & Letter was released on April 25, 2016. In addition to success on domestic charts, the album charted on the Oricon Weekly Pop Album Chart in Japan.[29][30] Seventeen received their first win on a domestic music show with the album's lead single "Pretty U".[31] Love & Letter was later re-released on July 4 with lead single "Very Nice".[32][33] Promotions were immediately followed by Seventeen's 1st Asia Tour 2016 Shining Diamonds, which included venues in South Korea, Japan, Singapore, Indonesia, Australia, and China.[34][35] On December 5, the group released their third EP, Going Seventeen with lead single "Boom Boom" (붐붐).[36][37]

2017–2018: Al1, first world tour and Teen, Age[edit]

Seventeen performing "Don't Wanna Cry" at Dream Concert 2017.

Seventeen embarked on a concert tour, 17 Japan Concert: Say The Name #Seventeen, in Japan between February 15 and 24, 2017. The shows attracted 50,000 spectators despite the group not having officially debuted in the country.[38] On April 1, Seventeen became the first idol group to have a second season of the show One Fine Day, filming the series during their stay in Japan. The second season was titled One Fine Day in Japan and created in collaboration between South Korean broadcaster MBC and Japanese network Music On! TV.[39][40]

Seventeen's fourth EP Al1 was released on May 22.[41] It peaked at number one in South Korea and sold over 330,000 copies by the end of the year.[42] The lead single "Don't Wanna Cry" became one of the group's most popular tracks, with its music video becoming Seventeen's first to reach 200 million views on YouTube.[43] Later, a series of videos titled "2017 Seventeen Project" and three music videos subtitled "Chapter 0.5 Before AL1" were uploaded to the platform.[44][45][46] The group completed their first world tour, 2017 Seventeen 1st World Tour "Diamond Edge", on October 6. The tour visited thirteen cities across Asia and North America.[47] On November 6, the group released their second studio album, Teen, Age.[48]

Seventeen released a special album on February 5, 2018, titled Director's Cut.[49][50] Although it contained tracks from the original Teen, Age album, it was promoted as a special album instead of a repackaged one due to the addition of four new tracks, including lead single "Thanks".[51][52] Five days later, Time magazine included Seventeen on their list of the six best K-pop groups to know.[53]

Seventeen performing "Oh My!" At You Make My Day Showcase in 2018

2018–2020: Japanese debut, further Korean releases, An Ode, and second world tour[edit]

Seventeen officially debuted in Japan on May 30 with their first Japanese EP We Make You.[54][55] They released their fifth Korean EP You Make My Day on July 16, their first to be certified platinum domestically.[56][57] Promotions for the album took place in between the Ideal Cut tour concerts in Seoul and the tour shows in other Asian countries.[58][59]

Seventeen released their sixth EP You Made My Dawn on January 21, 2019.[60][61][62] The lead single "Home" won ten trophies on weekly music shows: two triple crowns (achieving three consecutive wins on any one weekly music show) and a grand slam (winning trophies on Music Bank, Inkigayo, M Countdown, Show! Music Core, and Show Champion in a single promotion period).[63][64]

On May 29, Seventeen released their first Japanese single album, "Happy Ending",[65] which peaked at number one on the Oricon Daily Singles Chart[66] and was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ).[67]

On June 24, Seventeen announced their world tour Ode To You, with stops in Asia, North America, and Europe, although the last leg of the tour was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic[68] in 2020. Seventeen released the digital single "Hit" on August 5,[69] ahead of their upcoming third studio album An Ode on September 16.[70][71] The album sold 700,000 copies in its first week[72][73] and won the group their first Daesang (grand prize) for Album of the Year.[74] It was also named the best K-pop album of the year by Billboard.[75]

2020–2021: U.S. and Japanese promotions, contract renewal, and "Power of Love" project[edit]

On April 1, 2020, Seventeen released their second Japanese single "Fallin' Flower", which debuted atop on the Oricon Daily Singles Chart[76] and sold more than 400,000 copies in its first week, securing first place on Billboard's Japan Hot 100 Chart.[77]

On May 13, Seventeen released the first installment of Hit The Road, a documentary series on their YouTube channel that follows the group behind the scenes during their Ode to You tour.[78]

On June 22, Seventeen released their seventh EP, Heng:garæ.[79] It sold one million copies in under one week, making Seventeen official "million sellers" and earning them certifications from both the Hanteo and Gaon charts.[80][81][82] The album charted at number one on the Oricon Weekly Album Chart for a second week, making Seventeen the first international male artist to do so since the Backstreet Boys over 12 years ago.[83] On September 9, Seventeen released their second Japanese EP, 24H. They were the third group ever to reach number one on the Oricon Weekly Album Chart with four consecutive albums, a feat last achieved in 1977 by Scottish pop rock band Bay City Rollers.[84][85] On October 9, 24H was certified platinum by the RIAJ for selling over 250,000 copies.[86]

On October 19, Seventeen released their second special album Semicolon with lead single "Home;Run".[87] With the release, they made their US television debut on CBS' The Late Late Show with James Corden, performing "Home;Run".[88] The performance video was released on the official YouTube channel and surpassed one million views in just one day.[89]On April 21, Seventeen released their third Japanese single, "Not Alone".[90] On May 14, the song was certified double-platinum by the RIAJ for selling over 500,000 copies.[91]

On May 18, Seventeen announced that they would be signing with Geffen Records and Universal Music Group for US and international distribution of their music.[92]

Seventeen performing a chant for "Ready to Love" in 2021

Seventeen announced their "Power of Love" project, as well as the release of their eighth EP Your Choice on May 18 through a concept trailer video.[93] For the first part of the project, Seventeen released a digital single performed by two members of their hip-hop unit, Wonwoo and Mingyu, titled "Bittersweet (feat. Lee Hi)", on May 28.[94] Your Choice was released on June 18, alongside lead single "Ready to Love".[95]

On July 19, all members of Seventeen renewed their contracts with Pledis Entertainment.[96]

On October 22, Seventeen released their ninth EP Attacca with lead single "Rock with You".[97] Attacca sold two million copies, making it the group's first double million-selling album.[98] On December 8, Seventeen marked the end of their "Power of Love" project by releasing a special Japanese single of the same name, promoting a message of support and healing that the cold and difficult winter would end and spring would come with power of love.[99]

2022: Face the Sun, third world tour and Dream[edit]

On April 15, Seventeen released an English-language digital single titled "Darl+ing" ahead of their fourth studio album, Face the Sun. The album was released on May 27 with the lead single "Hot".[100][101] They also released their first film, Seventeen Power of Love: The Movie, in worldwide theaters on April 20 and 23 (excluding France and Japan, where it was released on April 21 and 29, respectively).[102]

Seventeen performing in Seoul during their "Be The Sun" tour, June, 2022

On May 7 and 8, 2022, Seventeen held their Japanese Fanmeeting 'Hanabi' at Saitama Super Arena, their first offline performance in the country in two and a half years since their Ode to You tour in 2019.[103] That month, Pledis Entertainment announced that Seventeen would embark on their third world tour, and their first tour following cancellations in 2020 from COVID-19, titled "Be the Sun", starting with the Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul from June 25 to 26, 2022. The North American leg consisted of 12 shows in arenas across the US and Canada from August 10 to September 6.[104] The group's label announced the addition of Asian shows in Jakarta, Bangkok, Manila, and Singapore from September 24 to October 13.[105] In June 2022, the Japan leg for the Be the Sun tour was confirmed. The group performed six shows in domes across Japan, including Kyocera Dome Osaka, Tokyo Dome, and Vantelin Dome Nagoya in Aichi.[106]

On July 18, 2022, Seventeen released the repackaged version of their fourth studio album, Sector 17, along with its lead single "_World".[107] The remixed version of the song featured British singer Anne-Marie and was released on August 26.[108] On November 9, Seventeen released their third Japanese EP Dream.[109]

On December 10, Seventeen made their first appearance at an American festival, performing on the LA3C festival's main stage at Los Angeles State Historic Park.[110] Pledis Entertainment announced two additional shows in Asia—December 17 at Philippine Arena and December 28 at Gelora Bung Karno Madya Stadium—making Seventeen the first K-pop acts to hold their own concerts in these venues.[111]

2023–present: FML and Seventeenth Heaven, Follow Asia tour, and 17 Is Right Here[edit]

On March 31, 2023, Seventeen announced that they would release their tenth extended play FML on April 24.[112] The EP would record 4.6 million pre-orders, becoming the album with the most pre-orders in history at the time.[113] The EP was released on April 24 with two lead singles, "Super (손오공)" and "F*ck My Life". Upon release, the album became the best-selling album in history, with 3.9 million first-day sales and 4.5 million first-week sales.[114] The group re-released eight of their previous out-of-print albums on June 16.[115]

On July 21 and 22, Seventeen held a two-day concert, named "Follow" to Seoul, at the Gocheok Sky Dome.[116] The tour subsequently went to five cities across Japan and later three cities in Asia.[117] Alongside the Japanese dome tour, Seventeen released a Japanese-language best of album titled Always Yours on August 23, 2023.[118]

The group started their promotions for their eleventh extended play Seventeenth Heaven, later released on October 23, by announcing their upcoming street pop-up event called Seventeen Street in Seoul.[119] The EP had over 5.2 million pre-orders, making it the most pre-ordered K-pop album in history.[120] Upon its release, the album's lead single "God of Music" debuted at number one on South Korea's Circle Digital Chart for the week of October 22–28, 2023,[121] becoming Seventeen's first song to top the chart.[122] On November 29, the group earned its first MAMA Awards daesang for Album of the Year.[123]

Seventeen performing the choreography for "Maestro" in 2024

On January 6, 2024, Seventeen won three major awards in the Golden Disc Awards.[124] On January 13 and 14 of the same year, Seventeen was the first K-pop group to perform a concert at the Philippine Sports Stadium in Bulacan, Philippines.[125][126]

On January 29, 2024, Seventeen announced an encore leg for their Follow tour, with performances at stadia in Incheon, South Korea; and Yokohama and Osaka, Japan.[127] They later announced an additional concert in Seoul, at Seoul World Cup Stadium, the second largest venue in South Korea.[128] Following the conclusion of the Incheon concerts, Seventeen announced their forthcoming compilation album titled 17 Is Right Here, released April 29, 2024, celebrating the group's Korean-language releases to date.[129]

On June 28, Seventeen performed on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury Festival 2024, becoming the first K-pop act in history to appear at the festival. Their set was well received by attendees and critics such as NME, who rated the performance five stars, commenting that "what start[ed] as an introduction to a group largely unfamiliar to the crowd end[ed] in giddy jubilation, with the previously uninitiated leaving the field swept up by the boundless energy pouring off the stage."[130][131]

Members[edit]

Hip-hop team[edit]

Vocal team[edit]

Performance team[edit]

Sub-units[edit]

BSS[edit]

On March 21, 2018, members DK, Seungkwan, and Hoshi debuted as a sub-unit called BSS (Korean부석순) or BooSeokSoon, a portmanteau of the members' names. They released their first single "Just Do It" and promoted for a brief period.[134][135] In January 2023, Pledis announced that BSS would return after five years of inactivity with their first single album Second Wind on February 6.[136] It was released alongside the music video for its lead single, "Fighting", featuring Lee Young-ji. The album contains two other tracks, "Lunch" and "7PM", the latter featuring Norwegian artist Peder Elias.[137] On the first day of its release, Second Wind sold over 478,000 copies, breaking the first-week sales record for an album released by a K-pop band sub-unit.[138] By the end of the first week, the album sold a record 610,189 copies in total.[139] BSS earned their first ever music show award on February 15, 2023, with their lead single "Fighting", on the MBC M's Show Champion.[140]

JxW[edit]

On May 20, 2024, a single album titled This Man was announced, featuring members Jeonghan and Wonwoo.[141] The album was released on June 17 with the lead single "Last Night", and a solo song from each member.[142] Within a week of its release, This Man recorded 787,046 copies, setting a new first-week sales record for an album by a K-pop sub-unit.[143]

Solo work[edit]

The Thirteen Tapes[edit]

Clockwise from upper left: Hoshi for "Spider", Woozi for "Ruby", Dino for "Wait", and Vernon for "Black Eye".

Outside of their digital singles and soundtrack appearances, members of Seventeen began releasing mixtapes in 2021 as part of the group's project, The Thirteen Tapes.[144] Since 2021, four members have released their installments.

Performance team leader Hoshi released his mixtape "Spider" on April 2, 2021. "Spider" features R&B sounds and an acrobatic choreography to match the song's title.[145] Vocal team leader Woozi released the next solo mixtape "Ruby" on January 3, 2022.[146] The fully English track features a rock sound.[147]

The third member to release a mixtape was Vernon, releasing "Black Eye" on December 23, 2022.[148] Dino was the fourth member of the group to release a mixtape with "Wait," which was released on November 27, 2023, featuring a high-energy dance-pop melody.[149]

Soundtrack appearances[edit]

Seventeen have worked on a number of OSTs, appearing more often as individual members but occasionally as a full group. Examples of television shows are Twenty-Five Twenty-One and Falling into Your Smile, and web dramas include A-Teen.[150][151]

Other language releases[edit]

Chinese members Jun and The8 have also released music in Chinese, including Jun's "Limbo," which was released on September 23, 2022,[152] and The8's "Side By Side," which was released on April 13, 2021.[153] Jeonghan has released music in Japanese, with "Dream", an unofficial song, released in both Japanese and Korean.[154]

Artistry[edit]

Musical style[edit]

Since their debut, Seventeen have been heavily involved in their creative process. Woozi has written and produced each of the band's tracks, with contribution from other members. The group's choreography has also largely been influenced by performance team leader Hoshi. This has contributed to the group's distinctive musical style, with each comeback characterized by a new sound.[155] Woozi explained in an interview with The Korean Herald, "Our participation ... went much further than just contributing our opinions. The leaders of the three unit groups went to every album production meeting to make sure that we could tell our own story."[156]

With a desire to bring a new sound and style with each comeback, Seventeen has explored different genres in their music. However, despite the different genre shifts and experimental forms they take with their music, the group shares their goal is to be authentic and honest with the music they share.[157]

Lyrical themes[edit]

Seventeen's self-producing nature enables them to be authentic in their music and better connect with fans. Their lyrics also range from a variety of topics as self-producing allows them to write and sing their own verses. For example, group's Hip-Hop unit, composed of S.Coups, Wonwoo, Mingyu, and Vernon, often write and implement their styles into their songs. Wonwoo said in an interview with Billboard that the diversity in the Hip-Hop team's style "adds a great extent of diversity within the track, and it's fun because we all sound very different and each have a very different [verse]."[158]

"We might make different choices each time when it comes to how we express what we think and feel, but at every song's core, it remains the same that we just present and perform what feels true to us at that point in time,"

- Woozi in Billboard interview[159]

The group wants listeners to relate to their music, and illustrate that they face the same issues and problems that their fans encounter.[160] Their songs cover a variety of themes including perseverance through life's struggles, finding comfort in others' company,[161] celebrating one's accomplishments, or reaching new heights.[162]

The group members pull inspiration for many aspects of life from real-life experiences, musical role models, or other inspirations.[163] Woozi, the vocal team leader, is credited for 157 songs from SEVENTEEN's discography and other artists.[164] He often works alongside other group members and Bumzu, a longtime producer for Seventeen, to produce the group's music. He states in an interview with Billboard that inspiration behind songs comes from anywhere, and anyone. Since the members have a hand in producing music, they can garner ideas from things in their everyday life.[165]

Japanese, English, and Chinese releases[edit]

As K-pop artists, Seventeen's music and performances cater to both Korean and international audiences. In addition to their core discography, they have released Japanese songs such as "Fallin' Flower" and "Not Alone", alongside Japanese-language versions of previously released songs.[166] In 2023, they released Always Yours, a compilation album featuring all of their Japanese releases to date.[167] In 2024, they released 17 Is Right Here, an equivalent compilation of Korean releases which included Korean-language versions of the group's Japanese songs.[168]

In 2022, Seventeen released their first full English song, "Darl+ing", off their Face the Sun album.[169] "Even if we released – like beforehand – all Korean songs, they would try to interpret it and translate it in order to understand our lyrics. It was kind of like a thank you gift to our Carats," member Joshua said in a Grammy interview when discussing "Darl+ing."[170] In 2023, they worked with music producer Marshmello to release "SOS", another fully English song.[171]

Seventeen has also released songs in Chinese. During a concert in Macau, the group performed a new song titled "相遇的意义" (lit. 'The Meaning of Meeting'); they have also released Chinese versions of their Korean tracks.[172]

Choreography[edit]

Seventeen's performances often feature intricate choreography. They often use their bigger group size to their advantage to create formations and tell a story through their dances.[173] Performance team leader Hoshi often co-choreographs pieces for the team, and the other three performance team members have also contributed.[174] The group is also well known for their dance synchronization.[175]

Other ventures[edit]

Endorsements[edit]

On October 13, 2016, Seventeen were appointed models for the American perfume brand Clean.[176] On January 9, 2017, DD Chicken announced that they selected Seventeen as their new models for the year.[177] In April 2017, Seventeen were chosen as new advertisement and marketing models for the uniform brand Elite, which announced that the group will start advertising and marketing activities as Elite models from the second half of the year.[178] On September 29, sports brand Dynafit announced that it selected Seventeen as models to introduce products such as training and daily wear for before and after exercise.[179] On December 1, Global Eco cosmetic brand the SAEM announced that Seventeen as its new advertising models to promote products such as the Urban Eco skincare series.[180]

On August 31, 2018, Seventeen were selected as new advertising models for the outdoor lifestyle brand Lafuma.[181] On November 1, Seventeen were selected as advertising models for the chicken franchise Nene Chicken alongside labelmates NU'EST W.[182] On February 7, 2019, Seventeen were selected as advertising models for AO+ colored lenses, introducing special color lenses for each member.[183] On September 23, Seventeen were chosen as Honorary Ambassadors for the Korea Brand & Content Expo 2019 in Dubai.[184] On December 5, the group were appointed ambassadors for the COEX Winter Festival.[185]

Seventeen for Apple in 2022

On September 6, 2021, it was announced that Seventeen would be partnering with Cigna to help individuals accomplish their goals via the personal wellness coach TUNE H platform that provides exercise, nutrition, sleep, and mental care management to the younger generation.[186] On October 19, Lazada named Seventeen as their first regional Happiness Ambassadors, ahead of its annual flagship 11.11 shopping festival. The group starred in Lazada's 11.11 film and performed at its virtual concert on November 10.[187]

In April 2022, Seventeen collaborated with Apple to help global fans experience their music in more creative ways. The group kicked off the tech company's Today At Apple sessions and become the first K-pop artist to participate in the remix session program to commemorate the opening of a new Apple store in Myeong-dong, South Korea and the release of Seventeen's digital single "Darl+ing" on April 15.[188][189]

In May 2024, Seventeen was announced as the global ambassador for Thai beverage brand Mogu Mogu, appointing the group as the face of its "Sip Chew Feel" campaign.[190]

Philanthropy[edit]

Since their debut in 2015, Seventeen celebrates their anniversary by donating to charitable causes. In 2017, Seventeen participated in "Letters from Angels" as part of its 15th anniversary; the adoption campaign, run by Korea's Social Welfare Society and photographer Seihon Cho, raises awareness for orphans and single mothers by displaying photos with celebrities to promote adoption.[191]

On their third anniversary, Seventeen worked with 1st Look magazine to design and sell personalized T-shirts made by the members, donating proceeds to those in need.[192][193] Ahead of their fourth anniversary, Seventeen donated to a campaign by ChildFund Korea that provides housing support to children in need under the name of their fan club, Carat. Members Mingyu and Seungkwan personally designed the signboard that they also gave.[194]

On their fifth anniversary, Seventeen donated to children and adolescents in need, specifically supporting education for the youth, including educational mentoring for children of multicultural families, scholarships, and cultural and arts education.[195] In 2020, Seventeen collaborated with jewelry designer Francesca Amfitheatrof and her brand Thief and Heist on a limited-edition eco-friendly bracelet called "The Tag". The bracelets were made of recycled plastic, and a portion of the proceeds was donated to the Plastic Bank organization to help preserve the environment.[196]

On May 26, 2021, Pledis Entertainment revealed that the group made a donation to the international humanitarian non-governmental organization Good Neighbors in order to assist children who have been victims of abuse. Their donation helped fund the victims' recovery and psychological treatment, in addition to supporting the improvement of their emotional stability and the restoration of their daily lives at home.[197] On May 26, 2022, Seventeen made donations to the underprivileged around the world to commemorate the seventh anniversary of their debut. The group's donation went to the UNESCO Korean National Commission's Global Education Sharing Project to help those such as children and teenagers in Africa and Asia receive an education.[198]

"Going Together" campaign and Goodwill Ambassadorship[edit]

In 2022, Seventeen launched a global campaign for the UNESCO Korean National Commission in support of a sustainable "future of education". On August 2, the Korean National Commission for UNESCO announced that it signed a business agreement with Pledis Entertainment to strengthen cooperation in education, including hosting the "Going Together" global campaign to encourage youth participation and interest. Through the campaign, Seventeen would promote the importance of education and encourage young people to participate in various educational activities to share the message of "Let's move forward together" for the future of sustainable education.[199] The group expanded the campaign by donating part of the profits of their third world tour, Be the Sun, in addition to donations for the seventh anniversary of their debut.[200]

In celebration of International Day of Education, on January 24, 2023, the Korean National Commission for UNESCO shared a new font inspired by Seventeen's mascot, Bongbongie, for a donation campaign running from January 24 to February 28.[201] The font, made available for download after a minimum donation of $1.50 to UNESCO, "reflects 6-year old Bongbong's newly-learned letters [and] symbolizes the importance of literacy and the joy of learning."[202] On November 14, Seventeen went to the UNESCO headquarters in France and gave a speech and a performance. They became the first K-pop group to have been assigned an entire session at a UNESCO general-level event.[203]

In April 2024, Seventeen collaborated with the Korean National Commission for UNESCO to establish two community learning centers in East Timor, in an effort to provide education to marginalized students.[204] On June 26, Seventeen was officially named as UNESCO's first-ever Goodwill Ambassador for Youth.[205] Accepting the position, the group announced that they would pledge USD 1 million to the joint Global Youth Grant Scheme with UNESCO for the next chapter of the "Going Together" campaign.[205]

Awards and achievements[edit]

Seventeen at the '2018 Asia Artist Awards'

Seventeen have won numerous awards both in South Korea and internationally. The group earned their first-ever weekly music show win on May 4, 2016, with their single "Pretty U" on the Show Champion.[206]

Seventeen won three rookie awards in their debut year and have since earned six Bonsang (main prize) and six Daesang (grand prize) awards from various year-end award shows.[207][208][209] They also won the Best Dance Performance Award at the MAMA Awards in 2017, 2018, 2022, and 2023.[210][211][123]

On October 28, 2020, Seventeen received a Prime Minister's Commendation at the Korean Popular Culture and Arts Awards, in honor for their contribution to the development of South Korea's contemporary pop culture and arts.[212] In September 2021, the group was awarded the Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Award at the 2021 Newsis K-EXPO Cultural Awards.[213] They were also nominated for Top Social Artist at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards.[214]

Seventeen was the first-ever K-pop artist featured on both MTV Push, a global campaign curated by MTV's music and talent teams in both the US and internationally, and MTV's "We Speak Music" campaign, which highlights artists who have shown the best performances on MTV under the theme of "Music as a universal language".[215][216] At the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards, they were nominated for Best New Artist and Best K-Pop and won Push Performance of the Year. At the 2022 MTV Europe Music Awards, they were nominated for Best K-Pop and won Best Push Act and Best New Act. The group made history at both award shows as the first ever K-pop artist to be nominated and win these categories.[217][218][219]

On December 9, 2022, Seventeen, alongside Hybe Chairman Bang Si-hyuk, received the Building K-cultural Bridges: Culture Ambassador Award at the Los Angeles LA3C festival at Hammer Museum. The group was recognized for their role in cultural exchanges between Korea, Asia, and the United States.[220] On December 30, Seventeen won the Special International Music Award at the Japan Record Awards.[221]

Discography[edit]

Filmography[edit]

Concerts and tours[edit]

World tours[edit]

  • Diamond Edge (2017)
  • Ode to You (2019–2020)
  • Be the Sun (2022)

Asia tours[edit]

  • Shining Diamonds (2016)
  • Ideal Cut (2018)
  • Follow (2023–2024)

Japan tours[edit]

  • Japan Arena Tour 'SVT' (2018)
  • Japan Tour 'Haru' (2019)

Online concerts[edit]

  • In-Complete (2021)
  • Power of Love (2021)

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