Seventeen make US TV debut with “Home;run” on ‘Corden’

A cut from their latest EP, ‘Semicolon.’

Seventeen have made their official US television debut with the song “Home;run” on The Late Late Show With James Corden.

The 13-member group began the performance as backstage staff members, cleaning up while wearing black shirts with the late night talk show’s logo. They broke into song as music began to play, revealing that the set was really the main stage of a large theatre.

Following a quick costume change, Seventeen wrapped up the number with a captivating dance break and the track’s final chorus. Member Seungkwan then ended the song by proclaiming, “Thank you Corden show!” as confetti rained down around the group.

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“Home;run” is a cut from the K-pop group’s latest EP, Semicolon, which was released in October. Last year, the boyband also dropped the project Heng:garæ, which featured songs like “Left & Right” and “My My.”

Watch Seventeen perform “Home;run” on Corden here:

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