Seventeen is having an online concert—with 20 stages

Get ready, Carats: K-pop boy band Seventeen is holding an online concert on Jan. 23. Called “In-Complete,” the show will start at 6 p.m. KST (5 p.m. for us) and will be streamed via WeVerse, according to the band’s agency Pledis Entertainment.

The show will feature 20 stages—stage performances—and the broadcast will be shown with four cameras to capture four different angles, giving watchers the full concert experience. 

This will be the band’s second online event since their livestreamed fan meeting last August, and their first concert since their “Ode To You” world tour was canceled due to the pandemic.

You can buy tickets for the concert on WeVerse starting Jan. 7 at 4 p.m. KST (3 p.m. Philippine time). The HD single view ticket costs KRW 49,500 (P2,186.58) while tickets for HD multi-view costs KRW 54,500 (P2,407.45).


Featured photo grabbed from Seventeen’s “Left and Right” music video

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