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Hot new rookie group Seventeen show off their moves and aegyo for 1theK"s "Let"s Dance"

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Here"s your chance to get some more of the the fresh new rookies,Seventeen! The boys are absolutely adorable and full of energy and excitement in 1theK"s latest "Let"s Dance" video, and will leave you grinning from ear to ear!

Watch the video above to learn keys moves from their "Adore U" choreography, as well as watch the guys have fun playing around with "K-Man". They also show their "acting" skills and aegyo, so be sure to watch it!

13-member boy group Seventeen finally make their awaited debut with "Adore U" MV

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The album includes a total of 5 songs, one of which is the title track, "Adore U". They"ve also unleashed the MV to go along with this song, giving us a peek at the various skills and talents of this 13-member group, which is actually divided into 3 units - vocal, hip hop, and performance units.

Member Woozi wrote, composed, and produced this song, while Hoshi (leader of the performance unit) participated increating the choreography, making this debut track even more meaningful.

Seventeen to become the first group ever to debut through a 1-hour live broadcast
Seventeen To Become The First Group Ever To Debut Through A 1-Hour Live Broadcast

Seventeen to become the first group ever to debut through a 1-hour live broadcast

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The boys finished all their missions on their reality show "Debut Big Plan", managing to hold a showcase with 1,000 fans. Because they finished all their missions successfully, the boys will debut live through MBC Music at 6PM KST on the 26th.

After their broadcast debut, the boys wil be releasing their debut mini album "17 CARAT" on the 29th with title song "I Cherish You".

Seventeen get their first group introduction for "Debut Big Plan"

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The video introduces the 13 boys as "light" Seventeen and "dark" Seventeen, with the "light" version of them dressed in school uniforms and the "dark" in more hip-hop themed gear.

Pledis" new boy group Seventeen release teasers for their next two members, Jeonghan and Hoshi

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The anticipation for the group is high, because fans have seen the members from "Seventeen TV" and have been waiting for years for them to debut. Now they"re finally ready to make their official entrance into the scene, all starting with their reality program airing on May 2 on MBC Music.

Pledis Entertainment"s upcoming boy group Seventeen releases teaser for the first member

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The boy is called S.COUPS, and is said to be the leader and the rapper of Seventeen. Before his official debut, he has participated in Brand New Music concert as well as guested in numerous hip hop events, proving his splendid rapping skills.

Meanwhile, Seventeen will be fully introduced through reality show "Seventeen Project - The Debut Mission". It will be broadcasted on May 2nd through MBC Music.

Pledis’ New Boy Group Seventeen Reveals First Member Teaser for S.COUPS

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S.COUPS is the leader of the group, and he is in charge of rapping. Prior to debut, he has participated in Brand New Musics concert, as well as hip hop contests and other events. In the teaser video, he shows off impressive dancing skills.

The other members of the group will also be revealed in their own respective teaser videos that will be released before their reality TV show premiere.

The boy groups debut process will be depicted through a reality program with MBC Music titled Seventeen ProjectThe Debut Mission. The show is expected to premiere on May 2 on the music cable channel.

After School’s Brother Group Seventeen to Debut in May
After School’S Brother Group Seventeen To Debut In May

After School’s Brother Group Seventeen to Debut in May

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It has been announced that Pledis will be debuting its newest boy group Seventeen next month. Pledis also represents After School, sub-unit Orange Caramel, and Nu’est.

While the upcoming rookie boy group was originally organized to be comprised of a total of 17 members, only 13 were able to secure a spot in the final group lineup after four years of harsh training.

According to various sources on April 12, Seventeen is currently in the final stages of their debut preparations after confirming their debut schedules for mid-May.

Upcoming Pledis idol group Seventeen cover After School
Upcoming Pledis Idol Group Seventeen Cover After School"s "because Of You" For Next Mixtape

Upcoming Pledis idol group Seventeen cover After School"s "Because of You" for next mixtape

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Seventeen"s Seungkwan, Seokmin, Joshua, Junghangot together for an acoustic version of "Because of You", which was originally released by After School in 2010. Their voices harmonize together for another take on the sad, dance track.

As mentioned before, the agency stepped up on February 11 to say, "The debut is not confirmed for April. We are in the preparation stages. We have not even confirmed yet the number of members for the debut."

Pledis Entertainment Rolls Out After School’s Brother Group Seventeen in April
Pledis Entertainment Rolls Out After School’S Brother Group Seventeen In April

Pledis Entertainment Rolls Out After School’s Brother Group Seventeen in April

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Even though they haven’t officially made a debut, they already have many foreign viewers including those from Thailand, Japan, and China. Furthermore, many foreign fans attended their concerts. Last year, they attended the “2014 SBS Awards Festival” and performed on the celebratory stage.

Pledis plans to break the frame of debuting a group in Korea first and then advancing to other countries. They plan to develop the group into being able to promote in Korea, China and Japan all at once.

Pledis is reported to be looking into the plan of dividing the group into three units and promote in Korea, China and Japan at the same time. To appeal to the global population, it is reported that some of the members are fluent in Chinese and English.