Boy group Seventeen is ready for a grand finale to a busy year with their 11th EP ‘Seventeenth Heaven’, their agency announced on Wednesday, September 20.
Pledis Entertainment said the group’s next release would be “Seventeenth Heaven” on October 23.
The agency unveiled a poster showing a red festival wristband with Seventeen’s name and the new album title written around it.
“Seventeenth Heaven” will be the group’s first release since the record-breaking album “FML” in April. The album sold 4.55 million times in one week, the highest first-week sales in K-pop history. It became the first Korean album ever to sell more than 6 million copies in total.
Seventeen is currently on an Asian tour. The group started in Seoul in July and the final shows were held in Tokyo on September 6 and 7. The group is expected to perform concerts in about four other cities in Japan between November and December. The group ends in Japan and stops in Thailand, the last destination this year, and continues the series in January in the Philippines and Macau. HM