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Young Post's very own junior reporter (and k-pop fanatic) spoke to GOT7 to find out what they’ve got that other similar groups haven’t.

GOT7 on their favourite places in Hong Kong

The multinational, seven-member boy band GOT7 is a leading force in the Korean-pop fever that is taking the world by storm.
Last Friday, K-pop artists GOT7 and Super Junior were confirmed to be performing at the Kpop-rich 2017 Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA) in Hong Kong on December 1 at AsiaWorld-Expo, Arena.
Cross collaborations between groups had usually competitive fans united in their cheering.
K-pop idol Kim Tae-yeon was welcomed by a roaring Hong Kong crowd as she graced the city for the first time as a solo artist – she even spoke a bit of the lingo!
K-pop star T.O.P. has been hospitalised in Seoul, South Korea for overdosing on tranquilisers and is in intensive care unit.
BTS have already proven they can top international music charts, surpass their own records for every new release, and even scoop a nomination at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards. But, last month, the K-pop group showed they could take over Hong Kong for a whole weekend.
YouTube-dominating K-pop king Psy is back with his appropriately titled eighth studio album, 4x2=8.
“One in a million! Annyeonghaseyo, Twice imnida!” The official greeting of the two-time Golden Disc Awards winner, Twice, may be familiar to some ears.