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GOT7’s Jr on Nerding Out and Being too Busy to Breathe

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2015.06.21 13:00 Mwave Nancy Lee

With GOT7 set to make a comeback anytime now, member Jr got personal with Singles magazine.

Jr is featured in the July issue of the magazine, which includes a photo spread and interview with the GOT7 member, who opened up about everything from his favorite hobby to his long term goals.

GOT7’s Jr on Nerding Out and Being too Busy to Breathe

According to the interview, when Jr isn’t busy being a GOT7 member, you’ll most likely catch him with his nose buried in a book.

“I started reading because I thought I’m going to go brain-dead if I only live by a set schedule," said Jr. "I like classics, in particular. I read it, and then re-read it because it’s difficult to understand, so it takes me a long time to get through one page. When people say they don’t have time to read, they’re lying.”

Between preparing for GOT7’s comeback and shuttling back and forth from Korea to Japan, to say Jr has a full plate in front of him is an understatement, but he’s still hungry.

“I want to be busy to the point that I don’t even have the time to breathe,” said Jr. “Even if I regret it later when I’m busy, saying ‘Why did I say that?’ People who aren’t busy are really envious of people who are busy.”

GOT7’s Jr on Nerding Out and Being too Busy to Breathe

Jr’s hunger may register as greed to some, but according to Jr, there is still so much to accomplish, especially when it comes to his family.

“I wish there was a space in Seoul for my family that they could think of as their own home. When my parents come to visit me occasionally, they stay with relatives or get a room, and I really hate that.”

The full spread and interview can be found in the July issue of Singles.

Photo credit: Singles

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