JYP's New Boy Group GOT7 Unveils Its 7 Members
By Staff Writer | January 08, 2014 09:46 AM EST
JYP Entertainment's new seven-person boy group GOT7 finally unveiled all of its seven members.
JYP Entertainment introduced GOT7's leader JB and Mark on January 3, and Jackson and Yoogyum on January 6. On January 8, JYP Entertainment introduced the pictures of Jr, Bambam, and Youngjae, unveiling all of the seven members of GOT7.
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Jr has worked on the group JJ project in May of last year. Bambam, who is from Thailand, is a great dancer. Youngjae is known for his powerful vocals. Leader JB has also worked on the group JJ project with Jr. JB has also appeared briefly on KBS 2TV drama "Dream High 2" and a couple of other dramas. Mark, a Taiwanese American, attracted a lot of attention of the k-pop fans with his gorgeous looks.
Jackson is a prior member of the national fencing team of Hong Kong, and the youngest member Yoogyum is known for his singing and street dancing skills.
GOT7 is the second boy group JYP has introduced since 2PM in six years. GOT7 is a performance team with a somewhat unfamiliar genre of martial arts tricking.
GOT7 releases the new music video on January 15, and performs their first debut stage performance on Mnet Countdown on the following day. The first mini album is to be released on January 20.
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