Boy group SEVENTEEN was among the winners of the 'Best 3 Albums' category at the '35th Japan Gold Disc Awards' ceremony today.
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For their acceptance speech, expressing their gratitude to fans, SEVENTEEN said, "It's a great honor to be awarded this time. We sincerely thank everyone who loves SEVENTEEN's music. We will continue to work hard to be a SEVENTEEN that can impress you with better music in the future."
The 'Japan Gold Disc Awards' is one of Japan's most prestigious awards ceremonies, which select and award artists and works that contributed to the development of the music industry every year.
SEVENTEEN's 2nd mini-album title song '24H', released in September last year, is a song that contains the message, "Even if we are walking on different paths like the hour hand and the minute hand of a clock, we will meet one day as fated."
SEVENTEEN was the only K-Pop artist to make it to the Top 10 on the 'Billboard Japan Annual Single Sales Chart' with their 2nd mini album '24H', topping the Billboard Japan Annual Comprehensive Album Chart for the 4th consecutive time.
Meanwhile, SEVENTEEN is scheduled to release their 3rd single 'Hitorijanai' on April 21 and hold an online fan meeting and talk show 'HARE' in Japan on April 27 to greet fans.