SEVENTEEN will present a special performance for fans at the '2020 The Fact Music Awards' on December 12.
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On November 27, the organizing committee of the '2020 The Fact Music Awards' said, "SEVENTEEN will unveil the Korean version of its second single 'Fallin' Flower' released in Japan in April for the first time at the '2020 The Fact Music Awards'."
The single has been certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of Japan with cumulative shipments of more than 500,000 copies, making SEVENTEEN the only Korean artist in the TOP10 of Oricon’s Single Ranking chart in the first half of 2020, gaining huge popularity in Japan.
SEVENTEEN's Korean version of the song will be performed for the first time ever at the '2020 The Fact Music Awards', and it is rumored that they prepared this special stage to give fans more good memories, sympathizing with the purpose of the K-Pop festival, which is helping fans and artists enjoy together.
In particular, the song has a positive meaning that "I realized that everything has a reason. While flower blooms and falls, scars cure and buds shoot". The group plans to present a message of hope to music fans around the world who had a tough year due to COVID-19.
The '2020 The Fact Music Awards', which will kick off on December 12, will be held on-tact to prevent the further spread of COVID-19 and to ensure the safety of fans and artists. Top-class artists, including Super Junior, BTS, NU'EST, GOT7, MONSTA X, SEVENTEEN, Kang Daniel, TWICE, MAMAMOO, (G)I-DLE, ITZY, Stray Kids, TXT, ATEEZ, CRAVITY, Weeekly, THE BOYZ, IZ*ONE and Jessie, will join the show. Broadcaster Hyun Moo Jeon and actress Seohyun will co-host the ceremony for the third time in a row.