SEVENTEEN releases second official photo of best album ‘HERE’
SEVENTEEN releases second official photo of best album ‘HERE’
The world of a different dimension created by the group Seventeen (S.Coups, Jeonghan, Joshua, Jun, Hoshi, Wonwoo, Woozi, The8, Mingyu, DK, Seungkwan, Vernon, Dino) unfolded before their eyes, stimulating the curiosity of fans.

Seventeen released a large number of 39 official photos of the 'HERE(1)zip' version of their best album '17 IS RIGHT HERE' on their official SNS at midnight on the 18th. This is a photo that expresses the happy world and space that Seventeen has reached through countless stories.

The members’ radiant visuals are overwhelming. If the official photo of the 'HEARzip' version released earlier gave off a warm and sophisticated feeling, this time the members exuded an even more mysterious aura.

Objects symbolizing Seventeen's past albums were also planted in each photo, raising curiosity about the best album. These are symbols that tell the story of Seventeen, including diamonds borrowed from their debut album '17 CARAT', whales, sunflowers, candies, baseballs, butterflies, the sun, and paper boats.

Seventeen, who raised expectations for their comeback by releasing official photos following the track sampler, is visiting fans with their own content 'Going Seventeen'.

They foreshadowed the story of Dokyeom's appointment to 'Sebon Arts High School' through the teaser video for 'Going Seventeen's' comeback special 'Eumhak Ma Deung' posted on the official SNS and YouTube channel at 6 PM the previous day.

In the teaser video, Woozi looks at Dokyeom entering school and mutters, “It’s going to be fun.” With this scene reminiscent of the SBS drama 'The Heirs', fans are continuing to speculate about the meaning of 'Eumhak Ma-deung'. The first episode of 'Going Seventeen's' comeback special 'Eumhakmadeung' will be released on the 24th.

SEVENTEEN's best album '17 IS RIGHT HERE' will be released on April 29. Prior to this, they will meet fans through 'SEVENTEEN TOUR 'FOLLOW' AGAIN TO SEOUL' at Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 27th and 28th.

Reporter Junho Yoon, Ten Asia translated by google