K-pop boy group GOT7 arrives in Manila for first fan meeting with Filipinos

GOT7 members (L-R): Park Jin Young a.k.a. "Junior," Mark Tuan, Kim Yugyeom, Kunpimook Bhuwakul a.k.a. "BamBam," Jackson Wang, Choi Youngjae, and Im Jae Bum a.k.a. "JB" are currently in the Philippines for the November 14 fan meeting.



Seven-member K-pop group GOT7 returns to Manila for their first fan meeting with Filipinos.

This one-night only event will take place at the Araneta Coliseum this Saturday 8 p.m., November 14.

GOT7 is a multi-national K-pop group under JYP Entertainment.

The Korean all-male idol group is composed of Mark Tuan (main rapper and vocalist), Im Jae Bum a.k.a. "JB" (leader of the group and lead vocalist), Jackson Wang (lead rapper); Park Jin Young a.k.a. "Junior" (lead vocalist and rapper), Kunpimook Bhuwakul a.k.a. "Bambam" (lead Rapper and vocalist), Choi Youngjae (main vocalist), and Kim Yugyeom (vocalist).

This is the second time the group visited Manila. Last year, GOT7 arrived in the country along with Sistar and Bernard Park for the Philippine Kpop Convention 6 at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City.

Yesterday, the members expressed their excitement about returning to the Philippines. One of their Filipino fans asked about their fan-meet in the country during their live broadcast through the "V" app.

Junior, the lead vocalist of the group said, "We're going tomorrow! Philippines, we are going to you guys tomorrow!"


On their way to the country, Mark uploaded a selfie that got fans even more excited.

ManilaœˆÂ

A photo posted by Mark Tuan (@mark_tuan) onNov 12, 2015 at 3:20pm PST


As soon as they landed, BamBam greeted their Filipino fans on Instagram by posting, "Hi Philippines!"

Hi Philippines Ÿ‘‹ŸÂ

A photo posted by BamBam(€€) (@bambam1a) onNov 12, 2015 at 9:34pm PST


Some Pinoy "I GOT7s" (members of their fan club) waited patiently at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 1. They were lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the band members during their arrival earlier around 9 a.m.


Some of the songs popularized by the group are "Girls, Girls, Girls," "A," "Stop, Stop It," and "If You Do."

Their song "Just Right" also topped Korean pop charts and has garnered moe than 30 million views on YouTube.


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