SEVENTEEN Members’ Latest Attacca Pics Will Make You Fall in Love

We are just a few days away from listening to SEVENTEEN’s upcoming album Attacca. They have been teasing fans with promos, posters and pics. A few hours ago, the K-pop band took to their Twitter page to share stunning photos of the band members.

The SEVENTEEN band members are Yoon Jeongham. Kim Mingyu, Hoshi, Wen Junhui, Joshua Hong, Woozi, Wonwoo, Vernon, DK, S Coups, Dino, Xu Minghao and Seunghkwan. Their concept images for mini-album Attacca will make you fall in love with them all over again.

On September 22, they made the announcement of their new album. In just one day, fans pre-ordered the album and crossed 1.41 million domestic and overseas records. The album will be out on October 22, but the excitement among the fandom is sky-high.

The mini-album is a part of their 2021 “Power of love” project. The meaning of the album means – to continue without any pauses. With every passing day, the anticipation for the album is growing.

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Meanwhile, the group performs as a whole, and the members are divided into three sub-units, each with a different speciality – Hip Hop unit, Vocal Unit and Performance Unit. Seventeen has released three studio albums and ten extended plays since its inception. They describe themselves as: 13 members + 3 units + 1 team, in a brilliant mathematical melody.

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