K-pop boy band Seventeen will hold their online concert later this month.
The idol group will be kicking off the new year with the 2021 Seventeen Online Concert IN-COMPLETE slated on Jan. 23 at 5 p.m. (Philippine time).
At the concert, Seventeen will be performing more than 20 songs. Tickets are priced at 54,500 won ($50.13) for high definition multi-view with one main and three concept screens available only for members of the Seventeen global official fan club “Carat” and 49,500 won ($49.53) for high definition single view with one main screen.
Seventeen ended 2020 on a high note as their two albums sold a combined total of 2.12 million copies.
On Hanteo Chart’s top 30 best-selling albums in South Korea in 2020 from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 2020, Seventeen’s “Heng:garae” placed third with 1,146,465 copies sold and “Semicolon” grabbed fourth place with 974,335 copies.
Gaon Music Chart also revealed that “Heng:garae” and “Semicolon” placed third and sixth on the overall Retail Album Chart for 2020.
At the 2020 Mnet Asian Music Awards held last Dec. 6, Seventeen took home the Worldwide Fans’ Choice Top 10, Global Favorite Performer and Notable Achievement Artist awards.
In addition, at The Fact Music Awards ceremony held on Dec. 12, Seventeen won Year’s Artist and Worldwide Icon awards.
Korean music industry experts named Seventeen one of the best singers of 2020, according to a survey by news outlet News1.
Seventeen emerged as the fourth most tweeted K-pop accounts globally and most tweeted about people worldwide in 2020, according to Twitter. Spotify announced that Seventeen placed in the top 10 K-pop artists globally on the music streaming platform in 2020.
Meanwhile, Seventeen will make their US late night TV debut on “The Late Late Show with James Corden” on its Jan. 6 episode.