K-pop boy band GOT7 wrapped up its promotional activities for the track "Stop Stop It" and is gearing up to return with "Stay."
The boys performed "Stop Stop It" for the last time on the SBS music show "Inkigayo" on Sunday, three weeks after they released the song from their first studio album "Identify."
The septet plans to promote the track "Stay," a sweet, jazz-inspired piece in stark contrast to groovy, hip-hop-based song "Stop Stop It."
Ahead of their last performance for "Stop Stop It" on the Sunday music programme, the boys shared their feelings.
"Fans helped us to develop ourselves," said GOT7 member Jr.
"We could find our identity through the song 'Stop Stop It' while showing different sides of us," he said.
The 21-year-old said that he was deeply touched by the fans who have been waiting for their return to the K-pop scene.
"We did not expect much love from fans because we spent most of our time abroad," he said. "After meeting fans who have been waiting for us, we decided to work hard for our fans."
"I am a bit said that the three-week promotional activities for 'Stop Stop It' already ended. But we will show you new sides to us at year-end music shows," he said.
The idol hinted that fans would be able to see the softer side of GOT7 on the upcoming music programs.
GOT7 is a rookie band, composed of seven members -- JB, Mark, Jr., Jackson, Youngjae, Bambam and Yugyeom -- under JYP Entertainment.
The one of the largest labels in Korea debuted the group in January to compete with the rookie bands EXO and WINNER, under rival labels SM Entertainment and YG Entertainment, respectively.