Seventeen Complete ‘Power of Love’ Concerts

On Nov. 14 and Nov. 21, the K-pop group Seventeen held two concerts called “Power of Love.” Featuring varying setlists and atmospheres, the “Power” concert took place on Nov. 14, and Seventeen performed the “Love” concert on Nov. 21.

The members of Seventeen attend a press conference for their EP 'Heng:garæ'
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How many members are in Seventeen?

Seventeen originally debuted with Pledis Entertainment in 2015, and in 2021 the band members renewed their contracts with the company.

The K-pop group has 13 members: S.Coups, Jeonghan, Joshua, Jun, Hoshi, Wonwoo, Woozi, DK, Mingyu, The8, Seungkwan, Vernon, and Dino. The 13 members are also split into three different sub-units: hip-hop, vocal, and performance.

S.Coups is the leader of Seventeen and the leader of the hip-hop unit. Wonwoo, Mingyu, and Vernon also make up the hip-hop unit. Woozi, Jeonghan, Joshua, DK, and Seungkwan are part of the vocal unit, and Woozi is the vocal unit’s leader. Jun, Hoshi, The8, and Dino make up the performance unit, and Hoshi is the performance unit’s leader.

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‘Power of Love’ were quintessential Seventeen concerts

Because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Seventeen were not able to have an in-person audience for the “Power of Love” concerts. Still, fans around the world were able to tune into the shows on the streaming platform VenewLive.

Known as “self-producing idols” because of their heavy involvement in the creation of their music, Seventeen always manage to take their music and performances to the next level.

“Power of Love” was no exception, and both concerts featured elaborate set pieces, dynamic choreography, unique renditions of songs, and more.

While Jun and The8 are currently focusing on promotions in China, the two Seventeen members were able to appear during the concerts virtually, surprising Carat.

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While the “Power of Love” concerts featured similar setlists, each show differed enough to set a completely different vibe. Still, both the “Power” and “Love” concerts balanced group songs, sub-unit songs, and solo performances.

“Power” setlist:

  • “Crush”
  • “Anyone”
  • “Clap”
  • “Ready to love”
  • “Crazy in Love”
  • “Network Love”
  • “Fast Pace”
  • “Bittersweet”
  • “I Wish”
  • “Home”
  • “HIT”
  • “Check-In”
  • “GAM3 BO1”
  • “Last Order”
  • “Pinwheel”
  • “Imperfect Love”
  • “Spider”
  • “Fear”
  • “My My”
  • “Heaven’s Cloud”
  • “Beautiful”
  • “Rock with you”
  • “To you”
  • “Thinkin’ about You”
  • “Left & Right”
  • “All My Love”

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“Love” setlist:

  • “Crush”
  • “Anyone”
  • “Clap”
  • “Ready to love”
  • “Crazy in Love”
  • “Network Love”
  • “Fast Pace”
  • “Bittersweet”
  • “I Wish”
  • “Home”
  • “Snap Shoot”
  • “Same dream, same mind, same night”
  • “Imperfect Love”
  • “ZERO (Hero)”
  • “IF I”
  • “I can’t run away”
  • “Tiger Power”
  • “Oh My!”
  • “My My”
  • “Heaven’s Cloud”
  • “Beautiful”
  • “Rock with you”
  • “To you”
  • “Thinkin’ about You”
  • “Left & Right”
  • “All My Love”

At 9 p.m. EST on Nov. 26 and 11 a.m. KST on Nov. 27, there will be a delayed stream of Seventeen’s “Love” concert on VenewLive.