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GOT7

GOT7

GOT7


GOT7 is a seven member South Korean pop boy group formed by JYP Entertainment in late 2013. The group members include leader Jaebum, Mark, Jackson, Jinyoung, Youngjae, BamBam and Yugyeom. They made their official debut on January 16, 2014 on Mnet's M! Countdown, performing their debut single "Girls Girls Girls". Prior to their official debut as GOT7, members Jaebum and Jinyoung debuted as a special project unit entitled JJ Project in May of 2012. Read more on Last.fm
GOT7 is a seven member South Korean pop boy group formed by JYP Entertainment in late 2013. The group members include leader Jaebum, Mark, Jackson, Jinyoung, Youngjae, BamBam and Yugyeom. They made their official debut on January 16, 2014 on Mnet's M! Countdown, performing their debut single "Girls Girls Girls". Prior to their official debut as GOT7, members Jaebum and Jinyoung debuted as a special project unit entitled JJ Project in May of 2012. Additionally, four of the remaining five members of the group appeared on the September 6, 2013 episode of MNET's reality-survival program WIN: Who Is Next, where they competed against trainees from rival company YG Entertainment.

Their appearance on the show gained the group many fans among netizens. The group released their debut mini-album Got It? on January 20, 2014. The group made their first comeback in June that same year with the release of their second mini-album GOT♡, featuring the lead single "A". In October of 2014 the group ventured into the Japanese market with the release of their debut Japanese-language single AROUND THE WORLD. The group released their first full-length studio album Identify in December of 2014, lead by the title track "하지 하지마 (Stop stop it)". The group continued their activities in 2015 with a Japanese tour, followed by the release of their second official Japanese single "LOVE TRAIN" in June of that year. They returned to Korea the following month to promote their third Korean mini-album Just Right, which was released on July 14, preceded by the title track of the same name.

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