With KCON 2017 New York officially done, many North American K-pop fans, especially those living in the southwest United States, are looking forward to the second Korean content and culture convention, KCON 2017 Los Angeles.

News of the second KCON event was first announced earlier this month when both SF9 and Girl's Day were revealed as the first K-pop acts in the performance lineup. They were followed-up by both Astro and NCT 127. Finally, it was believed Vixx was the last K-pop act to join as the announcement with them said they "round out" the lineup, a term often used synonymous with finalization.

That was a mistake on KCON's behalf as there will be more than five K-pop acts performing at KCON 2017 Los Angeles. To be frank, it would not make sense for the three-day U.S. KCON event in Los Angeles to have less performers than the two-day U.S. KCON event in New York. With that in mind, KCON announced three more K-pop acts to join the lineup: Cosmic Girls, Heize, and Seventeen.

Three more K-pop acts joins the LA lineup!

The news of the new K-pop acts joining KCON 2017 Los Angeles was announced on Friday, June 30, 2017. As mentioned previously, they are Cosmic Girls, Heize, and Seventeen and they'll be joining SF9, Girl's Day, Astro, NCT 127, and Vixx.

Altogether, they are eight acts, the same number of acts who performed at KCON 2017 New York.

Given the fact KCON 2017 Los Angeles is three days long, one more day longer than KCON 2017 NY, it is believed at most four more K-pop acts will join the lineup.

Given either recent or upcoming releases, many fans hope Black Pink, Mamamoo, and/or Girls' Generation will be announced.

Cosmic Girls wants you to be "Happy"

Cosmic Girls, also known as WJSN, is a Korean-Chinese girl group formed under Starship Entertainment, the same agency and label known for Sistar, and Yuehua Entertainment.

They consist of 13 members: Seola, Xuan Yi, Bona, Exy, Soobin, Luda, Dawon, Eunseo, Cheng Xiao, Mei Qi, Yeoreum, Dayoung, and Yeonjung. They are a rookie girl group who made their debut last year in February with their first extended play (EP) or mini-album titled "Would You Like?" featuring track songs "Mo Mo Mo" and "Catch Me."

Since then, Cosmic Girls made two more K-pop comebacks including albums "The Secret" and "From WJSN." Their latest comeback is their first long play (LP) or full-length studio album titled "Happy Moment" featuring the title track song "Happy."

Heize will bring you "Round and Round"

Heize is a South Korean singer-songwriter and rapper who made her debut three years ago in 2014 with her self-titled EP or mini-album.

She participated in Mnet's popular hip-hop survival variety show "Unpretty Rapstar Vol.2" back in 2015. One year later, she released her second EP or mini-album "And July" which featured the title track song "July."

Most international fans may know Heize more for her work on original soundtracks for K-dramas. The two K-dramas she was prominently hear in was "Did You Ride UFO?" for "Jealousy Incarnate" and the popular "Round and Round" for the phenomenal "Goblin."

You "Don't Wanna Cry" when Seventeen is here

Seventeen, also stylized as SEVENTEEN or known as SVT, is one of two K-pop boy bands currently signed under Pledis Entertainment. Consisting of 13 members, S. Coups, Jeonghan, Joshua, Jun, Hoshi, Wonwoo, Woozi, DK, Mingyu, The8, Seungkwan, Vernon, and Dino, Seventeen has already released four EPs or mini-albums, six single albums, one soundtrack album, one compilation album, and one LP or full-length studio album.

Their latest K-pop comeback was back in May of this year with their fourth EP and/or mini-album titled "AI1" featuring the title track song "Don't Wanna Cry." The album sold over 259,000 copies in South Korea, over 51,000 copies in Japan, and over 2,000 copies in the United States. As for digital downloads of the featured title track song, there has been over 231,000 downloads in South Korea and over 3,000 in the U.S.

KCON 2017 Los Angeles will take place on August 18 to 20. Combo tickets will go on sale on July 14 while single tickets go on sale on July 17.