By Samantha Vito
It was definitely a Fridate! South Korean boy group SEVENTEEN successfully ended their first ever world tour, Diamond Edge, in Manila on October 6, 2017. Carats (a.k.a. SEVENTEEN fans) filled up the Mall of Asia Arena in wearing clothes in shades of Rose Quartz and Serenity in support of their idols and created a beautiful sea of adoring faces.
Now, shall we go to the reasons why us Carats just had the best night of our lives? How about we describe our feels through their songs?
1. They were Very Nice!
The boys started the show in rainbow colored suits that created an image of a perfect gentleman. Well, they sure do look like your future boyfriends!
2. Our Carat hearts went Boom Boom!
There isn’t anything these 13 boys can’t do! They showcased their overflowing visuals and charismatic performances that definitely made hearts flutter. It was truly a one of a kind spectacle!
3. They made the us fall Crazy In Love.
Once you go SEVENTEEN, you’ll never go back! These boys surely know the right formula in making everyone fall head-over-heels in love with them. Seeing them in the flesh just made everything so much better!
4. Everyone was literally screaming OMG.
The moment they came out on stage in their blazing red outfits, everyone just lost it! Also, when the Hip-hop unit and Leader line sang snippets from their project songs "Trauma" and "Change Up," we just couldn't get enough!
5. And lastly, the boys left us saying "Don't Wanna Cry!"
As the show comes to its finale, Carats cried for more. Although the boys wanted to stay longer, unfortunately, they had to say their goodbyes. But it definitely wasn't a sad one because they were leaving Manila with beautiful memories and promised to be back with an even better stage that we should all look out for!
It was truly a night to remember for all the die-hard fans of SEVENTEEN. Were you there as well? Let us know what your favorite part of the concert was in the comments below! Fingers-crossed that they'll be coming back sooner than later!
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