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Seventeen Return With 'Mansae' 4 Months After Debut

By Samantha Marie Lifson | September 10, 2015 08:05 AM EDT


Pledis Entertainment's rookie boy group SEVENTEEN have made their explosive first comeback!

On September 9, SEVENTEEN released their latest comeback track "Mansae" on their official YouTube channel.

Unlike debut track "Adore U," their comeback music video showcases the members' acting abilities as they each try to earn the affections of a girl. The video includes scenes in all sorts of school settings including classrooms, a gymnasium, a basketball court, the rooftop, and locker filled hallways. In each various scene the members of SEVENTEEN try to win their girl over with their playful and adorable antics.

The song continues with the underlying athletic theme of the music video by incorporating different whistle and blow horn sounds into the instrumental. Meanwhile, SEVENTEEN continues to prove their powerful vocal abilities with equally strong singing and rapping parts. While "Adore U" showcased the group in a more uniform pop sound, "Mansae" allows the individual members to shine during each verse while coming together seamlessly for the addictive chorus.

SEVENTEEN debuted in May 2015 with "Adore U" after four years of preparation. After two weeks the rookie group earned 1 million views on their debut music video and have been gaining in popularity ever since.

They are most known for their title as "self-producing idols" as the members play an active role in the production of their songs and the choreographing of their dances.

With an addictive beat, adorable video, and powerful dance, "Mansae" is a track not to miss. Check it out below:

Tagged :  seventeen, Mansae


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