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Watch: K-pop group shares behind the scenes look of Vancouver visit

Two of the guys even played basketball with a local.

K-pop fans in Vancouver are getting a second look at the group Seventeen's visit to Vancouver this summer.

The popular band has released a travelogue video of their visit to the city, which saw them perform at Rogers Arena on Aug. 8 and get some time off to explore the city. During their stay, they shared a few posts on social media of their visit.

In the video, fans can see the city from the group's perspective (particularly vocalist DK's), which includes a lot of the Pan Pacific Hotel, where they stayed.

It starts off with the group walking through the city's core along Hornby Street, taking pictures of the sights, which include a yellow school bus and VPD cars.

Then fans get to spend breakfast or brunch with DK and Jeonghan, who share a meal at hotel restaurant Oceans 999, which serves breakfast. After, DK joins up with Dino to work out at the hotel's gym.

Afterward, DK, Dino, and Jeonghan grab a meal at the nearby high-end sushi spot Miku.

The video ends with Joshua and Seungkwan finding an outdoor basketball court (it appears to be the one at David Lam Park) to shoot some hoops.

Fans might feel a bit jealous of one local man; it's not like the group travels with a basketball, so they have to ask a local to play with him (first they have to figure out who's going to ask him).

It appears he leaves the ball with the pair (at one point Joshua thanks "Brendan") as they play HORSE and some one-on-one.