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SEVENTEEN attends UNESCO Youth Forum in Paris


SEVENTEEN has achieved another milestone, after being invited to attend the 13th UNESCO Youth Forum in Paris, France.

In a special hour-long session, SEVENTEEN became the first K-Pop group to speak and perform at the forum.

According to a “Saksi” report, SEVENTEEN’s participation in the forum emphasizes the important role of artists in global dialogues.

The group spoke about solidarity, hope, and growth. They also sang several of their top hit songs, which include “_WORLD,” “Darl+ing,” “Headliner,” and “God of Music.”

SEVENTEEN is headed to the Philippine Sports Stadium in Bulacan for a two-night show on January 13 and 14, 2024. The first concert is already sold out.

The K-pop group has just returned with their 11th mini album “SEVENTEENTH HEAVEN” in October. They released the mini album “FML” and the single “Super” last April.

The group also released their 4th album “Face the Sun” in 2022, and the repackaged album, “SECTOR 17” in July of that same year.

Members DK, Hoshi, and Seungkwan, or the BSS subunit, released the single “Fighting” in February.

Last year, SEVENTEEN had several concerts in the Philippines, including a two-night show at the SM Mall of Asia Arena, and another at the Philippine Arena—all of which were sold out.

The members also enjoyed their time in the country, enjoying the sunset views and even trying out theme park rides.


— Nika Roque/LA, GMA Integrated News