GOT7 Says They Know They Are More Popular Internationally Than In Korea

Published Categorized as Kpop

The boys of GOT7 recently sat down for an interview to discuss their goals, future and global popularity.

Their most recent 2018 comeback was with their title track “Look” and their new mini album titled “Eyes on You.” The members talked about their goals for each track and the promotions, they explained that they were done to become more known to people.

About their unique color they said,

“Its because we’re sort of freewheeling, we have a lot of energy and we tried a lot of concepts, we also enjoy ourselves on stage the best. We want to continue to have fun in the future. We’re pursuing bright and cool energy.”

GOT7 made their debut back in 2014, they were the first boy group created after 2PM. The group attracted attention with their acrobatic performances. The group used to be compared to 2PM, but they quickly managed to attract lots of international fans with the help of their foreign line members Jackson, Mark and Bam Bam.

The group admitted that they know they get more recognition abroad than in Korea, they said,

“Objectively speaking, we get more praise abroad than in Korea, when we go to the home countries of our foreign members, we get more popular, we think its because we have lots of foreign members, which means we can communicate well with fans.

Thankfully, our fans like the group as whole instead of individual members.”

They also talked about their ambitions, they stated,

“We want to go higher, we have great ambition, and our results are still lacking. There are times when we make mistakes on stage, but we have confidence in our skills. We just feel regretful in terms of results and popularity, so we plan on going higher. We’re happy that we can still aim higher.”

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1 comment

  1. I agree that they enjoy more fame internationally than natively. It hurts me whenever they are compared (in an unfavourable manner) to 2PM, and I’m sure it hurts them too. Personally I love all their songs and they have some great meanings (I really “Fly” for instance). I only wish for the best for them!! <3

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