Boy group SEVENTEEN has confirmed to make their comeback in Japan in April with the 3rd Japanese single titled ''Hitorijanai'.
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Their agency Pledis Entertainment announced on its official website and SNS on February 2 that, "SEVENTEEN will release their third single 'Hitorijanai' in Japan on April 21."
SEVENTEEN's third Japanese single 'Hitorijanai', which means "not alone", is an original work about the courage and determination of youth, following the theme of "youth", which was expressed in their 7th Korean mini-album 'Heng:garae' and special album '; [Semicolon]' released last year.
In addition, the title track of the same name, 'Hitorijanai', is a song that contains a message that encourages all young people living in difficult times, as well as a promise to reunite with their fans CARATs. It is expected to shake the hearts of fans around the world once again.
In addition to the title track of the same name, their Japanese third single, 'Hitorijanai', contains three songs, including the song 'Run To You' from the special album "DIRECTOR'S CUT" released in February 2018 and the title track 'HOME; RUN' from the special album '; [Semicolon]' released in October 2020.
Earlier, SEVENTEEN's second single 'Fallin' Flower' released in Japan last year made them the only K-Pop artist to chart in the Top 10 of the single sales chart of Billboard Japan.