GOT7’s Mark Tuan Responds To Someone Shouting “F*ck JYP” During His Concert

Mark opened up about how he felt being in the K-Pop industry.

GOT7‘s Mark Tuan recently opened up about how he felt being in the K-Pop industry and even responded to someone shouting “F*ck JYP!”

Mark Tuan | DNA 

Mark successfully held his first solo tour, the 2022 the other side North American Tour. He concluded recently with two shows in his hometown of Los Angeles.

During his recent concert, Mark talked about releasing his solo album the other side. He opened up about how GOT7 was never able to fully share everything they wanted to with Ahgases (also known as iGOT7, fans of GOT7) while they were in JYP Entertainment.

We got to show you guys the things that, you know, the company kind of wanted to show, and were never really 100% with you guys. I feel like that’s what I felt like, and…

— Mark Tuan

At the start of 2021, all seven GOT7 members departed JYP Entertainment. Since then, GOT7 has made history, becoming a self-owned group as they all copyrights and trademarks related to them, thanks to the leadership of Jay B. They have even made a successful full-group comeback this year with their self-titled album.

So, as Mark was briefly explaining, suddenly, someone from the audience shouted, “F*ck JYP!” JYP can be said in reference to either the company JYP Entertainment or its owner and founder JYP (also known as J. Y. Park and The Asiansoul).

Mark heard the expression and was shocked. He communicated for them to stop.

No, no, no, no, no! Wooo weee. Bleep! Ey, ey ey ey ey!

— Mark Tuan

He responded, “If JYP was not here, I would not be here.” Knowing the person in the audience was his fan and was just upset on his behalf, Mark pointed and made a heart from his hands in their direction.

Still, he wanted to reiterate that he was still thankful for JYP, for he believes that if he hadn’t become a trainee and debuted through the company, he wouldn’t even have had the opportunity to perform individually today.

But that’s for real. If JYP was not here, I would not be here right now tonight, guys.

— Mark Tuan

J.Y. Park with GOT7 | @asiansoul_jyp/Instagram

However, Mark still expressed his struggles with being part of the K-Pop industry. He felt that he and his members could not be transparent with Ahgases at the time. So, now he wants to communicate his sincere feelings with his music.

So, you know, it’s just how I felt being in that industry. I felt like, you know, we weren’t able to be 100% with you guys, and, you know we go through a lot of emotions too, up here on stage and it’s… It gets hard, you know, and that’s why I kind of wanted to put this album out, for my fans, to connect to you guys on a deeper level.

— Mark Tuan

At each concert, Mark emphasizes that the other side is personally for him and his fans, no one else, encouraging them to “f*ck all those haters.” 

I really wanted to make this album special to me and special to my supporters… So, I said it a couple of days ago, but this album is just for you guys. I really don’t care what other people think.

— Mark Tuan during the Atlanta concert

We’re so proud of Mark, whatever the journey.

Watch the video below.

@lizpena__

😶 #marktuan #got7

♬ original sound – igot7daddies 😙✌🏼

Source: lizpena__

What's Happening Around The World