GOT7’s Mark: “Even if I Were Born Again, I Would Still Like to Debut as a Member of GOT7”
GOT7’s Mark joined The Big Issue for a photo shoot and interview for their April Issue 200 magazine release. The Big Issue is a magazine aimed to help people of low-income or people to the verge of homelessness. Vendors will purchase the magazines at 2,500Won and sell it for 5,000Won. Other than appearing in a photo shoot for the magazine, Mark also contributed his talents to meaningful charitable activities with his staff.
In an interview with the magazine, he empathized how important GOT7 meant to him and how important it is for the members to stay together.
It’s important that all seven of us stay together. Even if I were to be born again, I would still like to debut as a member of GOT7 on January 16, 2014.
Regarding how much he could help people with the release and sales of this magazine, Mark said,
I am still surprised and I still can’t believe that someone like me can help people.
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