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GOT7 Spills on Turning From Boys to Men

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2014.11.20 09:11 Newsen Jeong Jee Won Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

The GOT7 members shared their thoughts on making their comeback.

According to an affiliate of JYP Entertainment, GOT7 shared, “We’re happy to be meeting the Korean fans in a long time. We will work hard to show better sides of us,” prior to its comeback stage on Mnet’s M COUNTDOWN on November 20.

GOT7’s first full length album Identify is an album that focuses on GOT7’s identity, like the title says.

About this, JB reportedly said, “I think this feeling will continue to go on in the future. The title Stop Stop It is an awesome song but we don’t just try to look cool as we sing it. We will be showing ourselves in the period from growing from boys to men.”

GOT7 also shared on what kind of group it wants to be through this promotion.

Yugyeom said, “I would like to be called a group that is talented, unchanging and has good teamwork,” and JB emphasized, “A group of people that aren′t men yet but are preparing to become men. For Stop Stop It, I would like to give off the feeling of a group that is like boys but will soon become men.”

GOT7 Spills on Turning From Boys to Men

Jr. revealed, “If no one listens then it’s not as enjoyable to do music so I would like the public to know that there is a group called GOT7. I think that would make me happier as I do music.”

GOT7’s first full-length album’s title Stop Stop It was written by Park Jin Young and completed by choreographer Bam Martin and JYP choreography team.

According to JYP Entertainment, Park Jin Young wrote the song in order to accentuate GOT7’s groove and powerful performance. GOT7’s first full length album was released on all music sites on November 18. The group will launch promotional activities starting with the comeback stage on Mnet’s M COUNTDOWN on November 20.

Photo credit: JYP Entertainmnet

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