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Seventeen successfully wrap up their 2nd Japanese concert

By jennywill   28 days ago   43,890   15,195   7
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Seventeen wrapped up their 2nd Japanese concert!


The boys had kicked off on the 15th in Kobe, performing a total of 6 times. They ended in Yokohama this weekend, and even though the boys haven't officially debuted in Japan, they met with a total of about 50,000 fans.


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The show started off with "Boom Boom", then followed up with songs like "NO F.U.N", "Shining Diamond", "Chuck", "Rock", and more. Seventeen also performed in their units, with the hip hop unit performing "Fronting", the performance unit performing "OMG", and the vocal unit performing "When I Grow Up". They also performed their fan song "Love Letter" in Japanese.


Hope everyone had a good time!

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minteeal 27 days ago

the highlight was basically when the units switch songs and vocal team LITERALLY had a picnic on stage with jams for the song JAM JAM xD

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msalgarynn 27 days ago

I'm so proud of the boys ❤️

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beautiful_flower 28 days ago

YAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!111

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douhie 28 days ago

Fighting Seventeen

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LovelySerenity 28 days ago

I wish I was there..

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123PoP 28 days ago

Lucky...

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KOOKU 28 days ago

woah the fandom is huge!! I love how all concert pictures are so asthetically taken

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