K-pop: Seventeen’s Hoshi reveals he feels ‘possessed’ on stage ahead of rumoured comeback
Hoshi from South Korean band Seventeen has revealed he feels "possessed" when dancing and performing on stage.
The 23 year old singer, who is part of the 13-strong K-pop group, said he “feels like another being enters” him when performing on stage.
“I feel like another being enters me,” he told Refinery29, “It feels kind of like being possessed. And it changes depending on the songs we perform.”
S.Coups, 23, also from the band, added: “When we do the choreography and perform, we can feel the reactions of the audience directly on the stage. So the bliss that comes from the experience is great, fun, and fresh every performance.”
This comes as the band dropped a teaser for what appears to be their rumoured comeback in August.
The members also revealed who are their biggest influencers in their lives.
Mingyu said: “In the end, whenever I think about the biggest influence in our lives, I go back to our parents.
“Our parents made it possible for us to meet and come together as Seventeen.
“They're the people who are closest to us, and have directly impacted our minds and thoughts. We always thank our parents, always want to give back to them by doing great performances and by becoming great artists.”
He added: "The funniest and most interesting thing is that we resemble our parents to the degree that if you look at all of the parents of the 13 members, you can see who belongs to them.
“We know each other's parents so well, and you can just feel how much they've shaped and live within us."
Seventeen are expected to make a comeback this summer with new material which is said to show an “edgier” side of the band.
The teaser video released earlier this week, called [Prologue] An Ode 1: Unchained Melody stirred a huge buzz online. But, some feared it may just be a trailer for their upcoming world tour.
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