K-Pop Boy Group Seventeen Ranks Second On Billboard’s Top 200 Popular Albums Chart

SEVENTEENTH HEAVEN, The Eleventh Mini-Album By The Group SEVENTEEN, Ranked No. 2 On The Billboard 200

“Seventeen’s Heaven” is an adaptation of the English expression “Seventh Heaven,” which means “a state of extreme happiness that could not be bettered,” into a meaning unique to SEVENTEEN. Through this album, the members celebrated their hard work with their fans and drew a new future.

Do You Know The K-Pop Boy Group SEVENTEEN?

Seventeen is a 13-member South Korean boy group that debuted in May 2015 under PLEDIS Entertainment. Within the group, there are performance, vocal, and hip-hop teams. The team name “SEVENTEEN” means 13 members + 3 units (vocal team, hip-hop team, performance team) + 1 team, which means 13+3+1=17.

A Team With Different Units And Great Flexibility

The official position classifications of SEVENTEEN are leader, main vocalist, lead vocalist, sub-vocalist, rapper, and main dancer. With the exception of one or two group songs, all of SEVENTEEN’s albums are composed of units and mixed units, so all of the members have been able to flexibly switch positions.

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