K-pop boy band SEVENTEEN will be re-releasing some of their older out-of-print albums later this month.
SEVENTEEN’s agency, Pledis Entertainment (a subsidiary of entertainment giant HYBE), has announced that eight of the boy band’s old albums released between 2015 and 2018 will be re-released later this month. .
Albums include 2015’s 17 Carat and Boys Be, 2016’s First ‘Love & Letter, Love & Letter Repackage Album and Going Seventeen, 2017’s Al1 and Teen, Age, and 2018’s ‘Director’s Cut’. The re-release will also include various versions of each album, including original photobooks and photocards.
Pre-orders for the upcoming re-release will begin today (June 7th) at 5 PM (KST) through the Weverse app. The album will be officially re-released on June 16th at 11am (KST).
—SEVENTEEN STAFF (@pledis17_STAFF) June 6, 2023
To build excitement for the album’s re-release, SEVENTEEN has also released a compilation clip featuring music videos for the most popular songs from the eight re-released albums. Contains music videos for songs such as “Mansae,” “Boom Boom,” and “Don’t Wanna Cry.”
The re-release of SEVENTEEN’s old out-of-print album comes just a month after the boy band’s return with ‘FML’. The group’s tenth mini-album, the project was led by the singles “F*ck My Life” and “Super”.
At the time of its release, “FML” broke the record for the highest-selling K-pop album in its first week in Korea, selling over 3.9 million copies on its first day. The figure makes the boy band the only artist to sell over 3 million copies on its first day of release.