We hate to break it to you CARATs but SEVENTEEN (세븐틴)’s world tour dates for February and March have officially been cancelled.

This announcement was made via Pledis Entertainment and iMe Malaysia over the weekend. In light of the coronavirus epidemic, the label is not willing to put anyone at risk of infection.

As the health and safety of the artist, audience and staff is our top priority, we made this decision to prevent any potential harm,” Pledis Entertainment said in a statement. Besides Kuala Lumpur, Taipei, Madrid, Paris, London and Berlin have also suffered the same fate.


SEVENTEEN’s world tour “Ode To You” Live in Malaysia was supposed to take place at Axiata Arena next weekend on 22nd February 2020. There’s no question that people’s safety and health have to take precedence. iMe Malaysia has also announced that all K-pop fans will be able to get a full refund from TicketCharge. Full refund details are expected to be released sometimes this week.

There’s possibility that concerts schedule from now till May or June may be cancelled. Fans are now worried that Kim Jae Joong, AB6IX, Super Junior, and GOT7’s upcoming concerts (all of which are schedule in March) will likely be called off or postponed.

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