K-pop band Seventeen performs at Bath bar after Glastonbury show

South Korean K-pop band Seventeen performing on the Pyramid Stage, at the Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm in Somerset. Picture date: Friday June 28, 2024. PA Photo. See PA story SHOWBIZ Glastonbury. Photo credit should read: Yui Mok/PA Wire
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A K-pop band made a surprise performance at a bar in Bath after their Glastonbury set. Seventeen was the first K-pop act to appear at Glastonbury Festival in their show last night, with fans praising their performance.

But this was not the only performance the band carried out in the South West last night. Boo Seung-kwan's sang Calum Scott's 'You Are the Reason' at Square Grill House piano bar on Abbey Churchyard.

The video of the performance has been shared on TikTok and has attracted over 1,700 comments in under 24 hours, as well as over 248,000 likes. One commenter wrote on TikTok: "I didn't know that I needed Seungkwan sing 'You are the reason'. This has healed me."

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"I should be there watching," wrote another. "You are the reason why I'm in tears," wrote another. "Boo seungkwan, you're so precious."

On Friday night, Seventeen confidently strolled onto the Pyramid Stage and delivered an electric and crowd-pleasing set. "We are just extremely honoured to be here" they said as they took to the stage and later unveiled a flag with the message "Seventeen right here making history at Glastonbury".

Fans at the Pyramid Stage, many of whom likely waiting for headliner Dua Lipa, were thrilled with some revellers streaming for the band. The South Korean boyband shared the same stage as headliners Dua Lipa, Coldplay, and SZA and other star names.

In fact, the pop act sold more than 10 million albums last year and only Taylor Swift sold more albums. Performing at Glastonbury Festival was a huge moment for not only the band but the growing popularity of K-pop in the Western world and Europe.