SEVENTEEN Announces Japan 2nd Mini-Album Release

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SEVENTEEN prepares to dominate Japan and the K-Pop scene with their Japanese second mini-album!

SEVENTEEN will release the highly-awaited second mini-album 24H for their Japanese fans on September 9.


Their Japanese mini-album contains a message of “SEVENTEEN is always with CARATs”. The title track “24H”, same with the album name, is an original work written for this mini album, following their second single “Fallin’ Flower” released in April 2020.

The album will show SEVENTEEN’s mature and sophisticated sides. 24H consists of five songs including Vocal Team’s “Pinwheel”, Performance Team’s “247”, Hip Hop Team’s “Chilli”, and “Together” from their latest album Heng:garæ.

The group released their seventh mini-album Heng:garæ in June which recorded over 1.09 million pre-orders. This made the group topped the Oricon Weekly Album Rankings in Japan, and topped the list of foreign male artists for the first time in 42 years and 11 months.

Showcasing their undeniable talents as a self-producing idol group, SEVENTEEN impresses everyone with their remarkable feats. From the million-seller title to topping domestic and global charts, they also earned 4 music show trophies in a span of their one-week promotion period.

Meanwhile, pre-orders for 24H will begin at 10:00 on July 7 (Tuesday).

Visit SEVENTEEN Japan’s official website for more info.

Source and Image From: Pledis Entertainment

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