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What Is the Meaning Behind SEVENTEEN Woozi's Recent Instagram Posts?

Is Woozi of SEVENTEEN up to something (good)?

SEVENTEEN | Image from Pledis Entertainment

Something might be cooking in SEVENTEEN’s music studio, but is it what fans think it is?

SEVENTEEN’s member and producer, Woozi has been uploading pictures of his group’s albums from their debut to their recent ones.

The timeline of the albums started from the SEVENTEEN’s mini debut album, '17 Carat.' The captions only indicate the name of the album and track list with SEVENTEEN's debut song, ‘아낀다’ (also known as 'Adore U' in English) and their pre-debut song, 'Shining Diamond.' Its B-side tracks include 'Ah Yeah,' 'Jam Jam,' and '20.'

Woozi of SEVENTEEN on Instagram
Image from @woozi_universefactory on Instagram

Two days later, Woozi uploaded the group’s second mini album, ‘Boys Be,’ with the same format as his first post: the name of the album and track list. The mini album includes songs such as, ‘표정관리’ (also known as ‘Fronting’ in English), its title track, ‘Mansae,’ ‘어른이 되면’ (also known as ‘When I Grow Up’ in English), ‘OMG’, and ‘ROCK.’

After that, Woozi has been posting album covers with the songs he wrote. The timeline continues from the single track, ‘Q&A,' 'Love&Letter,' 'Love&Letter Repackaged,' Ailee's album, 'A New Empire,' (producing two songs, 'Feelin' and 'Live Or Die'), 'Going Seventeen,' I.O.I.'s final comeback, 'Downpour,' 'Al1,' Bumzu and Han Don Geun's song, 'Forever Young,' NUEST W's 'W Here' (producing Baekho's song, 지금까지 행복했어요 or 'I Was Happy Until Now' in English), and 'Teen, Age.'

With Woozi constantly uploading pictures, fans are now anticipating more.

Fan theories are circulating over the internet, saying SEVENTEEN will be releasing a remastered version of their previous albums. However, after Woozi continuously posted pictures of albums, fans now theorize that the last post will likely be a comeback album. The third fan theory is that Woozi is flexing his producer skills to show how successful he was even before HYBE acquired Pledis Entertainment on May 25, 2020.

Since their debut, Woozi has been writing and producing SEVENTEEN’s songs, alongside singer, songwriter, and producer, Bumzu.

No news has been released from SEVENTEEN’s agency or by the group to confirm nor refute fan theories and speculations towards Woozi’s posts. Fans have yet to know what Woozi’s plan is or if SEVENTEEN is really planning a surprise comeback album.


SEVENTEEN is a thirteen-member, South Korean boy group that consists of S. Coups, Jeonghan, Joshua, Jun, Hoshi, Wonwoo, Woozi, DK, Mingyu, The8, Seungkwan, Vernon, and Dino. They debuted on May 26, 2015, under Pledis Entertainment (now a subsidiary under HYBE Labels). SEVENTEEN has three units; namely the ‘Hip-hop Team’ (S. Coups, Wonwoo, Mingyu, and Vernon), ‘Vocal Team’ (Woozi, Joshua, Jeonghan, DK, and Seungkwan), and ‘Performance Team’ (Hoshi, The8, Jun, and Dino). They are known as a ‘self-producing’ group, since they compose, write, and choreograph. SEVENTEEN's latest comeback as a group was on November 8, 2022, with the track, ‘Dream.’

Aside from performing as a group, SEVENTEEN releases music as both sub-units and soloists.

The sub-unit, BSS or BooSeokSoon, consists of members, Seungkwan, Hoshi, and DK. They debuted on March 21, 2018, with the track, ‘Just Do It.’ Recently, they dropped their latest single, ‘Fighting,’ featuring ‘High School Rapper 3’ winner, Lee Youngji.

SEVENTEEN has been active for seven years now; earning awards and continuously showcasing their artistry and versatility in the K-Pop industry.



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