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Seventeen’s Jeonghan and Wonwoo race through a dream world in ‘Last Night’ video

Track appears on the pair's new collaborative project, This Man

By Jon Blistein

Seventeen’s Jeonghan and Wonwoo COURTESY OF PLEDIS ENTERTAINMENT

Seventeen’s Jeonghan and Wonwoo have officially dropped their new collaborative project as JxW, This Man, and with it a music video for lead single, ‘Last Night.’

The track itself features a clever blend of delicate acoustic guitar — played by the celebrated South Korean musician Juwon Park — and thumping, club-ready electro pop. The lyrics find Jeonghan and Wonwoo pining for a lost love late at night, and searching for some kind of solace in their dreams. 

The music video, directed by HOBIN, picks up on that theme, with a story inspired by the classic urban legend in which people all over the world see the same person in their dreams. Less the Nicolas Cage movie Dream Scenario, and maybe a bit more Inception, the clip follows Jeonghan and Wonwoo as they venture through the people’s dreams in search of what they desire. 

‘Last Night’ is one of three songs on This Man, along with Jeonghan’s solo track ‘Beautiful Monster’ and Wonwoo’s ‘Leftover.’

This Man arrives as all of Seventeen gear up for a trip to Europe. First the group will visit Paris on June 26 for a ceremony marking their role as UNESCO’s Goodwill Ambassadors for Youth. A couple of days later, on June 28, they’ll make history as the first K-pop act to headline Glastonbury, taking the Pyramid Stage alongside Dua Lipa, Coldplay, SZA, Shania Twain, LCD Soundystem, and PJ Harvey. 

Earlier this year, Seventeen wrapped their extensive FOLLOW Tour, which began in summer 2023. While the band doesn’t have any future dates on the calendar just yet, they confirmed in a recent iHeartRadio interview that some U.S. shows are in the works for later this year. It will mark the group’s first U.S. tour since 2022, following the release of their album, Face the Sun

From Rolling Stone.