SEVENTEEN’s global activities are continuously on the rise as GRAMMY Museum has unveiled an interview video of the Mini Masterclass with SEVENTEEN on its official YouTube channel on the 19th (local time).
The video is receiving positive responses as they tell honest stories and give sincere advice on the topic of music. Mini Masterclass is an interview series targeted at those who aspire to be a musician, as it discusses music with those in the industry. The attention was drawn upon the series as it invited SEVENTEEN, a global phenomenon who appeared on popular TV shows such as The Late Late Show with James Corden and The Kelly Clarkson Show.
When asked what qualities, characteristics, and skills are needed to succeed in what they do, Hoshi replied, “You have to keep trying for the things you lack, and persevere through those processes, even if they may feel slow.” Dino answered, “passion, love, and expression. I think expressing yourself and loving yourself and others, are in themselves a quality.”
About the best part of their jobs, DK and Jun said that they are very grateful to be able to be a good influence on many people including CARATs (fanbase name). Mingyu expressed how proud and meaningful it is for him to be the source of good influence.
SEVENTEEN also gave honest advice for musicians-to-be. Jeonghan stressed persistence and enthusiasm, as he said, “if you work hard on something, you will find your talent in it.” Meanwhile, Seungkwan said that believing in yourself is the most important and advised to “think that you can do it, and also have some time to look back on yourself.”
As such, SEVENTEEN encouraged many through the interview as they showed a sincere attitude toward music. Global attention is focused on SEVENTEEN’s next move in their career as they have been making a solid presence on U.S. TV shows and interviews.
In other news, SEVENTEEN will hold their online concert In-Complete at 6 p.m. KST on the 23rd.