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Thanks sooooo much

Yura lover

Love this comeback. Feels so real between Seventeen and Carat. Fighting Pledis family.

Thank you seventeen !


Seventeen dedicatd an entire era to carats, their fans, just to thank us. Although they have been saying that we have given them strength and are always thanking us, it is because of Seventeen that carats feel the motivation to keep going in life. Seventeen prepared for this album in between preparing for award show performances and tight promotional schedules for clap within just 2 months just so that they can gift this special album. I don't know about everyone else but SVT's dedication to carats and the kpop scene is immensely great, and as a carat i feel really spoiled.

The songs in this album show Seventeen's growth in music style. They are truly versatile in the music they dabble with, and it is with the help of bumzu (and woozi) for producing the album such that seventeen are able to achieve such heights. This is my favourite album so far, and I never ever felt such a need to type this review here. It's my first time giving a review here on itunes,ijust felt like i should show my grattitude here, even if this would never reach them.


K-pop boy band Seventeen formed in 2015 under Pledis Entertainment, boasting a whopping 13 members. Combining dance-pop, R&B, and even some dubstep and hip-hop, Seventeen is split into three subunits. The "hip-hop unit" comprises native South Korean members S.Coups (overall group and unit leader, born Choi Seungcheol), Wonwoo (born Jeon Wonwoo), Mingyu Kim, and American-born Korean Hansol Vernon Choi. The "vocal unit" consists of Korean-born members Woozi (the group's producer and leader of the vocal unit, born Lee Jihoon), Jeonghan Yoon, DK (aka Dokyeom, born Lee Seokmin), Seungkwan Boo, and Los Angelino Joshua Jisoo Hong. The "performance unit" is headed by main choreographer Hoshi (born Kwon Soonyoung), with fellow Korean Dino (born Lee Chan) and mainland Chinese members Jun (born Wen Junhui in Shenzhen) and The8 (born Xu Minghao in Liaoning) rounding out the troupe. They released a pair of EPs in 2015, with 17 Carat peaking at number eight on the Billboard World Albums chart (later becoming the longest charting K-pop album of the year) and Boys Be topping the same chart a few months afterward. Their debut LP, First Love & Letter, arrived in 2016. It climbed to number five on the Heatseekers chart and number three on the World Albums chart before it was re-released as a deluxe version mere months later. Before the end of the year, the Going Seventeen EP arrived, featuring the hit single "BOOMBOOM." A fourth EP was issued months later. The six-track A/1 was accompanied by the group's first tour, which included stops in both Asia and North America. ~ Neil Z. Yeung, Rovi

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