Seventeen delights Japanese fans with the single ‘Fallin’ Flower’

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Seventeen delights Japanese fans with the single ‘Fallin’ Flower’

K-pop boy band Seventeen will officially drop its second Japanese single, “Fallin’ Flower,” next month, the band’s management agency announced on Tuesday.

Ahead of the new single’s official release on April 1 in Japan, the Japanese FM radio program “School of Lock!” aired the song for the first time on Monday, according to Pledis Entertainment.

“‘Fallin’ Flower’ is a song fit for the spring season, carrying a positive message that a fall for the time being is not the end, but another new start,” Pledis said.

Seventeen member Woozi jointly composed and wrote the lyrics for the single, while another member, Dino, also lent his talent in writing the song’s lyrics.

“Fallin’ Flower” is Seventeen’s second Japanese single after “Happy Ending,” which was released in May last year and became a solid hit in the country.

In May, the band will go on a concert tour in Japan, performing in Saitama, Tokyo, Fukuoka and Osaka.

Yonhap

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