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Got7 at the 2016 Korea Sale Festa.
From left to right: Youngjae, Jinyoung, JB, Jackson, Mark, BamBam, Yugyeom
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Origin Seoul, South Korea
Years active 2014–present
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Got7 (Hangul갓세븐; RRGatsebeun; stylized as GOT7) is a South Korean boy group formed by JYP Entertainment. The group is composed of seven members: JB, Mark, Jackson, Jinyoung, Youngjae, BamBam, and Yugyeom. Got7 debuted in January 2014 with the release of their first EP Got It?, which peaked at number two on the Gaon Album Chart and number one on Billboard's World Albums Chart. The group gained attention for their stage performances, which include elements of martial arts tricking.

In late 2014 Got7 signed with Sony Music Entertainment Japan and ventured into the Japanese market to release their debut Japanese-language single "Around the World". They returned to South Korea a month later to release their first full-length studio album Identify, topping the nation's charts. In 2015, Got7 released the EPs Just Right and Mad, which yielded their most commercially successful single, "Just Right". In 2016, they released their first full-length Japanese studio album, Moriagatteyo, debuting at number three on the Oricon Albums Chart. They then went on to release their fifth Korean EP Flight Log: Departure and their second full-length studio album Flight Log: Turbulence, both chart-toppers. In March 2017, they became the first JYP Entertainment boy group to achieve 100 million views on YouTube for a video, for "Just Right".

On March 13, 2017, Got7 released their sixth EP Flight Log: Arrival, featuring the single "Never Ever". The album is the third and final part of the group's Flight Log series, and became their highest selling album with more than 300.000 copies sold.


2009–2013: JJ Project and formation[edit]

In 2009, JB and Jinyoung were cast into JYP Entertainment after passing open auditions.[1] In 2010, Mark and BamBam were respectively scouted by JYP scouts in Los Angeles, USA and Bangkok, Thailand.[2] That same year, Yugyeom became a JYP trainee after he was offered an opportunity at his dance school.[2] In December, Jackson passed JYP's overseas audition in Hong Kong, but he did not start his training until the summer of 2011.[2]

JB and Jinyoung, then known by the stage name Junior, made their debut as actors in the 2012 television drama Dream High 2. In May, they debuted as the pop duo JJ Project with the single "Bounce".[3][4] The duo appeared again as actors for the 2013 drama, When a Man Falls in Love.[5]

Meanwhile, Mark, Jackson, BamBam and Yugyeom prepared for their debut together as a group. The quartet made their first television appearance on the fourth episode of Mnet's reality-survival program Who is Next: WIN, which aired on September 6, 2013.[6][7] The seventh and final member to join the group was Youngjae, who had only been a trainee for seven months.[8]

2014: Debut with Got It?, Got Love, Identify and Around the World[edit]

Got7 perform at M! Countdown

JYP Entertainment announced Got7 on January 1, 2014. They were JYP's first boy group since the debut of 2PM in 2008.[6][9] Got7 was described as a hip-hop group[10][11] that incorporates martial arts tricking and b-boying styles in their performances.[7][12] This style drew comparisons to their senior group, 2PM, who are well known for their acrobatic dance styles.[10][13][14] The group released their first EP, Got It?, on January 20, 2014. The album shot to #1 on Billboard's World Albums Chart[15] and was #2 on the Gaon Album Chart.[16] Got7 made their official music program debut on January 16, 2014, through Mnet's M Countdown, performing their debut single "Girls Girls Girls".[17] Shortly after their debut, the group signed a contract with Japan’s Sony Music Entertainment and launched a showcase in Japan in front of 9,000 fans.[18][19]

On June 23, Got7 released their second EP, Got Love, with its title song "A", which was written and produced by J.Y. Park.[20] For their new EP, the group opted to show a brighter and more colorful image than their martial arts and b-boy style choreography emphasized at debut.[11] In November 2014, the group released their first full-length album, Identify, as well as the music video for its title track, "Stop Stop It".[21] Identify topped Gaon's Weekly Album Sales Chart in its first week and "Stop Stop It" peaked at number four on Billboard's World Digital Songs chart.[22][23] In October, GOT7 held their first Japan Tour, "GOT7 1st Japan Tour 2014",[24] and made their Japanese debut on October 22 with their single Around the World. This included the hip-hop track "So Lucky", composed and written by 2PM's Jun. K.[25]

2015: Love Train, Just Right, Laugh Laugh Laugh and Mad[edit]

In January, Got7 were awarded the "New Artist Award" at the 29th Golden Disc Awards[26] and at the 24th Seoul Music Awards.[27] In the same month, Got7 starred in their own web drama Dream Knight, co-produced by Youku Tudou and JYP Pictures, and featuring actress Song Ha-yoon as the female lead role. The drama tells the story of a girl who shares dreams, love and friendship with a group of mysterious boys and gathered close to 13 million hits in total.[28][29] The show received the "Best Drama Award", "Best Director Award" and "Rising Star Award" at the K-Web Fest in July.[30]

On June 10, 2015, the group released their second Japanese single "Love Train", which debuted at #4 on the Oricon Singles Chart. The single contains an "Love Train", the original Japanese song O.M.G. and the two tracks' instrumental renditions.[31] The group released their third EP, Just Right, on July 13, 2015.[32] The title track, "Just Right", peaked at #3 on Billboard's World Digital Songs chart, remaining in the top three for two consecutive weeks.[33]

Got7 released their third Japanese single "Laugh Laugh Laugh" with its B-side "Be My Girl" on September 23. It sold over 35,000 album copies in the first week of its release and made its debut at first place on the Oricon's singles chart.[34][35]

The group released their fourth EP, Mad, and the music video for its title track, "If You Do", on September 29.[36] They followed up this release with their first repackaged album, Mad: Winter Edition, on November 23, with the three additional tracks, "Confession Song", "Everyday" and "Farewell".[37]

2016: Flight Log: Departure, Fly Tour and Flight Log: Turbulence[edit]

Got7 with Cho Yoonsun, the Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism, at Korea Sale Festa in September 2016.

On February 15, 2016, Got7 and labelmate Twice were confirmed as new clothing ambassadors for NBA Style Korea.[38][39] On March 21, 2016, Got7's fifth EP, Flight Log: Departure, and its title track, "Fly", were released.[40][41] On March 31, Got7 became the first Korean act to chart on Billboard's Artist Hot 100 since Psy (peaking at #88), entering the chart at number #45.[42] On April 9, 2016, Got7 entered the Billboard Artist 100 chart at #45, becoming only the second K-pop act chart on the ranking.[43] Flight Log: Departure debuted at #2 on the Billboard Heatseekers Album Chart and on the Billboard World Albums Chart.[43] On April 12, Got7 digitally released "Home Run", the second title track for their Flight Log: Departure album – member JB participated in writing and composing the song.[44]

Got7 held their first solo concert, "Fly Tour", from April 29–30 in Seoul, with the tour continuing on to dates in China, Japan, Thailand, Singapore and the United States throughout the summer.[45][46][47]

In the first half of the year, the group became brand model in Thailand for IT'S SKIN,[48] softlens brand BAUSCH+LOMB,[49] and Est Cola.[50] For BAUSCH+LOMB, Mark, BamBam and Jinyoung starred in a short film titled Sanctuary, which was released on May 11, with three Thai actors.[49]

On September 27, Got7 released their second studio album titled Flight Log: Turbulence, which consists of thirteen songs, including the title track "Hard Carry". The members have contributed to the composition and lyrics of 11 tracks on the album.[51] It sold 200,000 album copies in South Korea[52] and debuted at #1 on Billboard's World Albums Chart, selling 2,000 copies in the U.S.[53][54]

Fly charted at No. 15 on Billboard year-end World Albums chart, marking GOT7's first appearance on the chart, and they also ranked at No. 6 on the Billboard year-end World Albums Artists chart, making them the highest-charting act other than BTS. To date, only G-Dragon, Shinee, 2NE1 and EXO have landed on this chart.[55]

2017: Flight Log: Arrival and My Swagger[edit]

In February 2017, donation area G+ Star Zone re-opened, decorated with life-size portraits of Got7, to raise funds in their name to help financially disadvantaged teenagers.[56]

On March 13, the third album of the Flight Log trilogy, Flight Log: Arrival, was released. The album sold 220,000 copies in pre-orders alone, and, with 310,000 sold by April 14, it exceeded the total sales of 230,000 copies for Flight Log: Turbulence. Moreover, Flight Log: Arrival placed first on Gaon and Hanteo's album charts in March, topping Billboard's World Album Chart.[57]

On May 24, the group released a new single in Japan, "My Swagger", which topped Billboard's Japan Single Chart and took second place on Oricon on the day of release.[58]



Mark in 2015.

Mark (Korean: 마크) was born Mark Yi-en Tuan (Chinese: 段宜恩)[59] on (1993-09-04) September 4, 1993 (age 23)[60] in Los Angeles, United States. He is the oldest member of the group and is of Taiwanese descent.[61] In 2010, after getting cast by JYP Entertainment in the U.S., Mark moved to Korea for training.[2][62] His first pre-debut appearance was on an episode of Mnet's reality-survival program WIN: Who Is Next, which aired on September 6, 2013. Mark, alongside Jackson, BamBam and Yugyeom, competed against trainees from YG Entertainment.[6]


JB in 2015.

JB (Korean: 제이비)[59][60] was born Lim Jae-beom (Korean: 임재범) on (1994-01-06) January 6, 1994 (age 23)[60] and is the leader of the group.[63] He has another alias under the name Def Soul that he uses when composing and producing music. He has composed and written lyrics for numerous GOT7 songs and even released his own songs on SoundCloud. He tied at first place with fellow member Jinyoung at JYP Entertainment's local auditions in 2009[1] and debuted together with him as the duo JJ Project in 2012.[2][62] They both made their small-screen debut through the drama series Dream High 2.[64] He also appeared in MBC's drama When a Man Falls in Love.[5]


Jackson in 2015.

Jackson (Korean: 잭슨)[59] was born Jackson Wang Ka-yee (Chinese: 王嘉爾,王嘉尔) on (1994-03-28) March 28, 1994 (age 23)[60] in Hong Kong.[61] He is a former representative of Hong Kong's national fencing team, earning two gold medals at the Asian Junior Olympics in Thailand in 2011. He claimed that earning a gold medal was one of his parents' requirements for allowing him to train in Korea. His father became a gold medalist in fencing in 1986, while his mother was a Chinese national gymnastics member.[2][62] His first pre-debut appearance was in an episode of Mnet's reality-survival program WIN: Who Is Next with Mark, BamBam, and Yugyeom.[6] Shortly after debut, Jackson became a variety star in South Korea due to his appearance on the SBS reality series Roommate, for which he was awarded the Newcomer Award at the 2014 SBS Entertainment Awards.[65] From May to August 2015, Jackson was a regular MC for SBS's music show Inkigayo.[66] In December 2015, Jackson made his Chinese television debut as one of the presenters of the talk show Go Fridge, and was well received.[67][68] In December 2016 he appeared in his first solo commercial for Midea fridge in China.


Jinyoung on 19 May 2016.

Jinyoung (Korean: 진영) was born Park Jin-young (Korean: 박진영)[59] on (1994-09-22) September 22, 1994 (age 22).[60] He passed JYP Entertainment's local auditions in 2009 and made his acting debut in 2011, playing the role of Jung Ui-bong in the television drama Dream High 2 in 2011.[64] In 2012, Jinyoung debuted as a member of JJ Project with JB.[1][2][62] The duo also made appearances on the MBC television drama When a Man Falls in Love in 2013.[5] Jinyoung is the most prominent actor in the group, having played roles in Beloved Eun-dong[69] and The Legend of the Blue Sea.[70] In 2016, he made his big screen debut in the movie A Stray Goat.[71][72] Jinyoung and BamBam were made permanent hosts for Mnet's M! Countdown alongside Key of Shinee from March 2015 to March 2016.[73][74] Jinyoung originally debuted with the stage name Jr., since he shares the same name as JYP Entertainment's founder and CEO.[60] On May 5, 2015, he changed his stage name to Junior due to the confusion of fans and media about the correct pronunciation of Jr.[75] On August 16, 2016, he changed it again to his given name, Jinyoung.[76] On February 1, 2017, SBS announced that he had been chosen, with NCT's Doyoung and Black Pink's Jisoo, as the new fixed MCs of SBS Inkigayo.[77]


Youngjae, on October 7, 2016.

Youngjae (Korean: 영재) was born Choi Young-jae (Korean: 최영재)[78] on (1996-09-17) September 17, 1996 (age 20).[60] In 2013, he became a trainee under JYP Entertainment after passing an audition at his music school in Mokpo.[2] He was a trainee for just seven months and was the last member added to the group.[8] In 2016, he debuted as a songwriter and composer under the name Ars[79] with the track "Rewind" from Got7's album Flight Log: Departure. He participated in composing and songwriting in the following albums in the Flight Log trilogy.


Bambam in 2015.

BamBam (Korean: 뱀뱀; Thai: แบมแบม) was born Kunpimook Bhuwakul (Thai: กันต์พิมุกต์ ภูวกุล) on (1997-05-02) May 2, 1997 (age 20)[60] in Bangkok, Thailand.[62] BamBam started training in Korea at a very young age[2] and, as a child, he was part of the dance crew "We Zaa Cool" alongside Blackpink's Lisa.[80] He made his first TV appearance in an episode of Mnet's reality-survival program WIN: Who Is Next alongside Jackson, Mark and Yugyeom.[6] In 2016, BamBam and Jackson appeared on the South Korean variety show Real Men for a special season with the theme of "Enlisting Together".[81] BamBam and Jinyoung were made permanent hosts for Mnet's M! Countdown alongside Key of Shinee from March 2015 to March 2016.[73][74]


Yugyeom on 27 October 2016.

Yugyeom (Korean: 유겸) was born Kim Yu-gyeom (Korean: 김유겸)[78] on (1997-11-17) November 17, 1997 (age 19).[60] He is the youngest member of the group, and is known for his street dancing.[82] Yugyeom enrolled in dance school in seventh grade, which led him to the opportunity to audition for JYP.[2] He made his first pre-debut appearance in an episode of Mnet's reality-survival program WIN: Who Is Next alongside Jackson, Mark and BamBam, which aired on September 6, 2013.[6] In 2016, Yugyeom joined Mnet's dance survival contest Hit the Stage and was placed first in the final episode.[83]




  • Dream Knight (2015)[84]

Concert tours[edit]

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