Seventeen, formed under Pledis Entertainment in 2015, is one of the leading groups in the Hallyu wave today. The group is known for its precision dance routines, perfect synchronization, amazing vocal abilities and charming aegyo (cute display of affection). Photo from Seventeen's Facebook page

Seventeen live in Manila on October 6
(philstar.com) - October 3, 2017 - 3:03am

MANILA, Philippines — Hues of rose quartz and serenity will adorn the Mall of Asia Arena as the multi-national K-pop boy group Seventeen returns in Manila on October 6.

Seventeen, formed under Pledis Entertainment in 2015, is one of the leading groups in the Hallyu wave today.

A "triple-threat" group, its 13 members are divided into three sub-units: vocals (Joshua, DK, Jeonghan, Seungkwan and Woozi), performance (Jun, Hoshi, Dino and The8) and hip hop (Mingyu, Wonwoo, Vernon and S.Coups).

The group is known for its precision dance routines, perfect synchronization, amazing vocal abilities and charming "aegyo" (cute display of affection).

Seventeen has released one album and four EPs. In 2016, the group won several rookie of the year recognitions in different Korean music awards.

The boys of Seventeen will not disappoint Carats (their fans) as they perform their latest masterpiece, the EDM-inspired “Don’t Wanna Cry” alongside the hits “Very Nice,” “Pretty U” and “Adore U.”

Seventeen will also showcase the schoolboy-themed “Mansae” and the suave and sexy concept "Boom Boom."

Last year, Seventeen went to the Philippines for its first Asia tour, “Shining Diamond.”

Seventeen’s visit in Manila is part of the group’s first world tour, “Diamond Edge.” The concert is presented by MMI Live.

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