GOT7 fans visiting the Busan Centum City shopping complex last week were surprised to find a pop-up store for the seven-member boy group.
The pop-up store, which ran for three days from April 1 to 3, was stocked GOT7 merchandise, including the group’s new mini album Flight Log: Departure .
No doubt part of GOT7’s latest comeback promotions, the pop-up store was designed in light blue and pink – the predominant colors in the group’s album design and outfits for their title track “Fly.”
GOT7 has been making the rounds in music shows and has won in at least three already, including their first-ever number one in Mnet’s M Countdown , for “Fly.”
The group has also found success internationally for their latest album. Not only did they enter the Billboard Artist 100 chart, becoming only second K-pop act to bow on the ranking, according to Billboard , but it was the week’s highest debut, showing that GOT7’s songs have been filling up American airwaves, sales counters and social media channels.
GOT7 also broke into the Billboard World Albums chart at number 2, their sixth time to do so since debuting back in 2014. Their album also earned the highest ranking on the Heartseekers Albums chart at number 2, beating their previous record of number 15 for their previous mini album Mad.
Mickey is a writer and digital content creator based in Manila. He is a co-founder of ZAVI App . He has also been bitten by the K-Pop fashion bug – follow him on Instagram @mickjami .