GOT7 Biggest Dream Will Not Be Happening For Now… Due To The Coronavirus Outbreak

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GOT7 biggest dream will have to wait for now!

Last month, it was announced that GOT7 would add additional dates for their 2019 world tour “KEEP SPINNING” in 2020. This included a venue in Bangkok. The tickets sold out in two hours and they added another date due to popular demand. The venue where they’ll perform will be the Rajamangala National Stadium fits up to 49,722 people and it’s the biggest in Thailand.

GOT7 has long dreamed about performing in a stadium of this size. However, those plans were put on hold due to the Coronavirus Outbreak.

On January 31, JYP announced that the two stops have been postponed due to the coronavirus. Their concerts in Bangkok planned for February 15 and 16 and concert in Singapore planned for February 22 have been postponed indefinitely, new dates will be announced in the future depending on various factors.

The Coronavirus Outbreak has caused many idols to cancel events in Korea and overseas. Agencies are rushing to announce changes due to the rising death toll and the increased reports of infected individuals.

A couple of hours ago the number of coronavirus cases in South Korea rose to 11. Various countries around the world either strongly advice against travelling to China or outright banned traveling to China considering the ongoing situation.

In response to the news, iGOT7s showed the group they will always be there for them despite the cancellation of arguably of what would’ve become their biggest concert since debut, they trended #StillWithGOT7 to show their love and support for the members. Its currently one of the top worldwide trends on twitter.

By Kevin Miller

My name is Kevin Miller and I am responsible for writing Kpop content on I have been a fan of Kpop since 2014 and I am a multi-stan

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