Verivery are a boy group under Jellyfish Entertainment, the same label who manage VIXX and formerly Gugudan, among others. Verivery has seven members. On September 21, 2018, they released their predebut track Super Special, which served as the OST for their show Now Verivery. On January 9, 2019, Verivery released their debut mini-album, Veri-Us, along with its title track Ring Ring Ring.

Teasers were released starting on March 7 for Verivery's first comeback, a mini-album titled 'Veri-able', which they released on April 24, 2019, along with the music video for its title track From Now. On July 21, 2019, they released Veri-Chill, their first single album, along with its title track Tag Tag Tag. This era had a darker, creepy concept compared to the lighter, more colourful concepts they had done before. They also performed From Now and Tag Tag Tag at multiple KCONs in 2019.

On January 7, 2020, Verivery released their third mini-album Face Me, the beginning of the three-part Face It series of mini-albums, as well as its title track Lay Back. In March, it was confirmed that the boys would be part of the MNET survival series Road To Kingdom. They made it to the final and released a new song, Beautiful-X, as part of the competition. On July 1, 2020, Verivery released their fourth mini-album and the second installment in the Face It series, Face You, which included the title track Thunder as well as Beautiful-X.

On October 13, 2020, Verivery released the third and final installment in the Face It series, Face Us, which featured the title track GBTB, which was Verivery's first track to top the Billboard Digital Song Sales Chart! However, on October 26, 2020, Minchan announced that he was on a temporary hiatus from promoting with Verivery due to health problems. Thankfully, however he got treatment and recovered!

On December 23, 2020, Verivery released their first holiday track Love At First Sight. It's now available on their Soundcloud! Then, on December 29, Verivery released their self-produced music video for So Gravity, featuring Minchan! Additionally, in January, Verivery started their variety series Chaotic Verivery Land, in which they do different activities and games, though Minchan wasn't featured at first.

On February 14, 2021, Verivery posted the first teaser image for their 2nd single album Series 'O' (Round 1: Hall) on social media, and posted more teasers in the following days. The album and its title track Get Away were released on March 2, 2021. Sadly, Minchan wasn't able to return for this comeback. However, on May 31, 2021, it was announced that starting the next day, June 1, 2021, Minchan would participate in activities again, and Verivery would once again perform with all seven members!

Their sixth mini album, Series 'O' (Round 2: Hole), had its first teasers posted on July 31, 2021. The album, and its lead single "Trigger", were both released on August 23, 2021. In early October, Verivery announced their first tour, which would take them through nine stops in the US, including LA, New York City, Houston, and St Louis, amongst others, and was planned to take place in December 2021 from the 5th through the 20th. However, on December 17, just hours before they were due to perform their third-to-last concert of the tour, in Cleveland, Ohio, they had to cancel that tour date, as well as the final two dates in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and New York City, New York, due to Yongseung testing positive for COVID-19. Thankfully, he soon made a full recovery.

Also, in December, Verivery released Verrer Days, their first-ever Season's Greetings, which included a desk calendar, posters, photocards, and more. Additionally, on December 30, the first season of Chaotic Verivery Land came to an end after 40 episodes, including special episodes. The first season concluded with a special episode with all seven members looking back on the best moments of the first season. In March 2022, Verivery released a documentary about their US tour, split into four episodes, which is available on Verivery's Weverse, which opened in early 2022.

On March 10th, 2022, they announced their next comeback: a digital single, called Series 'O' (Round 0: Who), which was released on March 23rd, along with the lead single "O". Shortly before the comeback, Hoyoung, Minchan, Gyehyeon, Yeonho and Kangmin were all diagnosed with COVID-19. Dongheon was diagnosed with COVID-19 a few days later. Thankfully, they all recovered soon. Additionally, on the 29th of March, it was announced that Verivery will be making their Japanese debut in June! The second season of Chaotic Verivery Land was announced on the same day, and it started airing in April. It ran for ten episodes.

Finally, to top off a series of big announcements, on April 6th, they announced their first full album, Series 'O' (Round 3: Whole), and its lead single "Undercover", which were both released on April 25th. Additionally, it was announced that Verivery's Japanese debut would be a Japanese version of Undercover, with Japanese versions of O, Get Away and Trigger as b-sides depending on the album version. The Japanese version of Undercover was released on June 22, 2022.

On July 2, 2022, Verivery performed at a k-pop festival in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, and met a Saudi prince afterwards. On July 14, 2022, it was announced that Verivery will have their first concerts (outside of their US tour) on the 20th and 21st of August in Seoul!

And that brings us up to now! Let's hope for even more great times with Verivery!

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