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GOT7 Pose For W Magazine After ‘Flight Log: Arrival’s’ Success

GOT7 Pose For W Magazine After 'Flight Log: Arrival's' Success

  After their successful comeback, GOT7 poses for for “W” magazine’s April issue. The idols then talked about their goals for “Flight Log: Arrival”. After GOT7’s successful comeback on March 13 with the release of “Flight Log: Arrival”, the seven-member boy group posed for the April issue of “W” magazine. According to All Kpop , members JB and Youngjae express their hopes for the album. GOT7’s JB said that even though achievements are important, he could be easily satisfied if their promotions could continue without any problems. JB said that for him, having personal satisfaction and pride is much more important and that he does not want to lose the said feelings but keep them going instead.
On the other hand, GOT7’s Youngjae discussed about the song “Sign”. Youngjae reportedly wrote and even composed the song. “I distributed the song thinking about each members’ voices so that everyone got the part most suited for them,” said GOT7’s Youngjae. “I also put in lines or phrases we use conversationally often, distributing those appropriately among the members as well.”   In other news, GOT7’s “Flight Log: Arrival” have topped across several global iTunes charts, as previously reported . Apparently, GOT7’s album didn’t only reached Asian fans, but European and American fans as well. “Flight Log: Arrival” speedily rose to the No. 1 spot of iTunes albums charts in the countries of Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Hong Kong, and the Philippines. The album also reached the second spot in Taiwan and Singapore, and the third spot in Macau. GOT7’s “Flight Log: Arrival” also made its mark in the European iTunes charts. The album took the No. 2 spot in Norway and Finland, and the No. 5 spot in Sweden. “Flight Log: Arrival” made the No. 5 spot in the U.S. Unfortunately, GOT7’s Jackson was not able to celebrate with the group because of his current condition. However, he is to unite with his brothers for their promotional activities after March 19.