Seventeen’s Official Merchandise
Seventeen is a South Korean boy band that debuted on May 26th, 2015, under Pledis Entertainment with their debut song titled “Adore U.” Even though the group’s name is Seventeen, the group is composed of 13 members: Jeonghan, S.Coups, Jun, Joshua, Woozi, Hoshi, Wonwoo, Mingyu, DK, The8, Vernon, Seungkwan, and Dino.
The members of the group are divided into three separate subgroups: Vocal Unit, Performance Unit, and Hip-Hop Unit. Seventeen is well known as a group that participates in choreographing and composing their own dance and music. For those fans of Seventeen, who want to start collecting Seventeen merchandise there is plenty of official merchandise that is released for the concerts and fan meetings.
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2015 Like Seventeen “Boys Wish” Concert Merchandise
Boys Wish was the first concert of the K-Pop group Seventeen. The concert took place at the Yongsan Art Hall and the members of the group performed for four shows over three days which started on December 24th, 2015 (1 concert), then continued on December 25th, 2015 (2 concerts), and ended on December 26th, 2015 (1 concert). On each day of the concert, fans could see different subunits giving special performances and the whole group on the final day. Through the concert, there were a total number of 3200 spectators who attended the shows.
After buying tickets for the concert, every fan could purchase one or more pieces of Seventeen merchandise. There were 5 different items prepared by Pledis Entertainment. Firstly, the light stick/penlight (it was not the official Carat Bong which was not released until February 2017). Secondly, a dark red pouch. Thirdly, a hand mirror that would be also a practical collectible. Fourthly, a set of photo cards that had three versions: A (blue cardboard box), B (pink cardboard box), and C (white cardboard box). Inside each box fans would find a tin case with 50 photo cards. And lastly, a blue shopping bag with the Seventeen logo on it.
2016 Like Seventeen “Boys Wish” Encore Concert Goods
In 2016, Seventeen held the Encore concerts of Boys Wish for two days starting from February 13th to February 14th, 2016, at the SK Olympic Handball Gymnasium. On each day, the members of the group performed special performances. There were around 7000 fans who attended the shows.
Through this concert, the boys prepared additional Seventeen merchandise for their beloved fans. The merchandise of the concert was manufactured and distributed by Loen Entertainment, Inc. Like the previous concert, there were several items that fans could get. First, a lightstick/penlight. Second, the same sets of photo cards that fans could buy at the 2015 concerts. However, there was an additional set D in a black box.
Third, a photo set available in four versions: Vocal (pink cover), Performance (dark blue cover), Hip-Hop (white cover), and Seventeen (light blue cover). The first three versions consist of respectively 5, 4, and 4 sheets while the last one, the Seventeen version consists of all 13 photos. Fourth, a sweatshirt (T-shirt) available in two colors, pink and black. And the last one is a blue shopping bag with the logo of the event.
2016 Like Seventeen – Shining Diamond Concert Collection
On July 30th, 2016, Seventeen kicked off their first show of the Shining Diamond tour in Seoul. The concert took place at the Jamsil Arena and it was held for two days. The concert Shining Diamond ’was named after the first song from the group’s album 17 Carat that was released in 2015. In August 2016, the members continued their concert in Japan, and the event was held at the Grand Cube in Osaka, and at the Nakano Sun Plaza Hall in Tokyo.
At this concert, there were 8 new collections of merchandise that were prepared by the group. The first item was an acrylic lightstick shaped in the logo of Seventeen. The second item was a set of photo cards consisting of 60 sheets, and it was available in two color boxes, blue and pink. The third merchandise was 13 different posters for each member of the group sized 510 x 750 mm. The next item was a T-shirt with the tour’s title Shining Diamond printed on it. It had two different designs, black and white with blue stripes. The other item was the suspenders which were available in two options, red & black and blue & white. And the last item was an emblem of each member of Seventeen which was colored according to the color of the subunit.
Seventeen In Carat Land – 2017 Seventeen Official Fan Club ‘Carat’ 1st Fan Meeting
Seventeen held a fan meeting series with their beloved fans, Carat with the title Seventeen In Carat Land. The first fan meeting series was held for three days starting from February 10th to the 13th, 2017. The three events took place at the Jamsil Arena in Seoul. A total number of 20,000 fans came to meet their favorite K-Pop group. During the fan meeting, the members performed their songs from the albums 17 Carat and Going Seventeen.
For the 1st fan meeting, Seventeen prepared a new collection of 5 items for their fans who attended the event: the official Carat Bong lightstick, a zip-up hood available in two colors, pink and black, a poster set (consisting of 4 sheets of Hip-Hop unit, 5 sheets of Vocal unit, and 4 sheets of the Performance unit), a photo card set that consists of 57 sheets with a paper box and a tin case, and the set of two tumblers, pink and blue with the words “Say The Name” written on it.