Kpop group SEVENTEEN caused fans to over-immerse themselves through a fan meeting with a boyfriend concept. SEVENTEEN members presented various performances.
On the afternoon of August 8th, SEVENTEEN held their online fan meeting 2021 SVT 5TH FAN MEETING ‘SEVENTEEN in CARAT LAND.’
As the opening, the members performed ‘Ready To Love.’
SEVENTEEN attracts attention by showing off the 13 members with the 13-style and blue looks. Jeonghan said, “I haven’t forgotten this year, and I’m back. Carat Land, which is only open once a year, is for you.”
SEVENTEEN members sang a happy birthday song for S.Coups, who had his birthday today, August 8th. S.Coups said, “It’s nice to be able to spend this birthday together like this,” creating a warm atmosphere.
Hoshi said, “I had high expectations by preparing offline, but due to the spread of COVID-19, it was inevitably conducted non-face-to-face. Still, I am grateful to be able to meet you online.”
Wonwoo also added, “I really miss you, but health comes first, so I hope Carats don’t feel too sad.” Then, the stage of ‘Heaven’s Cloud’ was unveiled for the first time. The dreamy stage full of clouds caught the attention of the fans.
Hoshi said, “It was the first time I heard ‘Heaven’s Cloud’ by CARATs. I liked the song, so I was happy the whole time I’m singing it.
Wonwoo introduced the first corner, ‘Bittersweet Talk.’ Then, Vernon stimulated the viewers’ curiosity by saying, “We know each other better than family because we are stuck together. But, it can’t always be good.”
Woozi mentioned a story related to DK. Woozi said, “SEVENTEEN records all year round. About ten people involved in the recording are all satisfied. It was perfect when I saw it.”
Then, he added, “But then suddenly DK said, ‘I’m really sorry. Can I change just one letter of the year?’ So, the recording director turned off the computer, and the director was ready to go.” Woozi’s story-telling made the members laugh by imitating DK at the time.
Before moving on to the next performance, a special video of the Kpop group SEVENTEEN, which they prepared for fans, appeared. SEVENTEEN caused fans to over-immerse themselves through various concepts such as office workers, cafe dates, and camping trips.
Afterward, SEVENTEEN appeared wearing a lovely pink look, giving fans the feeling of making a video call. SEVENTEEN showed off their best boyfriend look while performing stages of ‘Oh My!’ and ‘Pretty U.’
Kpop group SEVENTEEN also performed by units.
First, the performance team presented the vocal unit’s ‘Chocolate.’
The hip-hop team showed a different charm through their performance of ’13th Month’s Dance.’
Then, the vocal team showed a unique charm through the hip-hop team’s ‘Check-In’ performance.
Particularly, the vocal team that transformed the most radically said, “The fan meeting idea was really serious. We had a meeting with a more serious feeling than the album meeting. When we see them like that, we sometimes get hit with reality.”
Jeonghan said, “Thanks to Carats, we seem to have had a good time, too. You’re having a very exhausting and difficult time these days, but I hope Carat Land can be fun for a little while.”
SEVENTEEN’s ending performance was ‘Anyone.’
SEVENTEEN members appeared in a wine-colored suit and reached the peak of their chic and sophisticated charm. After the ending performance, they released a video letter to fans, creating a touching atmosphere.
Fans chanted “Seventeen” and “Encore” through chatting, followed by SEVENTEEN’s “Love Letter.” Finally, Seungkwan said, “I’ve been doing CARAT Land every year. I thought ‘CARAT’s cheers really helped me a lot. I wanted to see a lot of CARATs to the extent that I thought this situation was wild.” He is expressing his affection for the fans.
He added, “I believe that it will definitely improve in the future. I can take things that I took for granted and value them. I renewed my contract with the members. It was an opportunity for me to realize how hard we can be. We promise to work hard for CARATs.”
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