Boy group SEVENTEEN will hold an online fan meeting called 'HARE' and talk with fans in Japan on April 27 for about 150 minutes.
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Their agency Pledis Entertainment drew enthusiastic responses from fans by announcing on SEVENTEEN's official SNS on February 19 that, "On April 27, SEVENTEEN's special online fan meeting and a talk show to commemorate the release of the single in Japan have been confirmed."
The event 'SEVENTEEN 2021 JAPAN SPECIAL FANMEETING 'HARE'' will last for about 150 minutes from 6:30 KST, and a special talk show will be held to commemorate the release of their 3rd Japanese single 'Hitorijanai' for about 30 minutes from 4:30 PM KST on April 27.
In particular, this fan meeting will come in about a year and five months since 'SEVENTEEN WORLD TOUR IN JAPAN', which was held 9 times in 4 regions from October to November 2019.
SEVENTEEN's third single in Japan, 'Hitorijanai', which was confirmed to be released on April 21, means "I'm not alone," and it contains a message of cheering for all young people living in difficult times. It is also a promise to reunite with their fan club CARAT.
As evidenced by SEVENTEEN's local popularity, their third single 'Hitorijanai' has garnered high attention and attention even before its release, topping the "Popular Product Ranking, Korea & Asia (Weekly)" of HMV & BOOKS Online, a large Japanese record shop.