What happened with GOT7 and JYP?

GOT7’s Jackson Wang and the other members left JYP entertainment in January 2021, after completing seven years with the company. Jackson Wang revealed saying, “I could work everywhere except for Korea, that was the deal. Since the contract ended, I’m trying to bring everything back [that] I’ve done in four years.”

Why did GOT7 keep their name?

According to revised trademark law, JYPE HAS TO transfer the trademark registration and rights to the members of GOT7 at the end of the contract period. Their contract ends on the 19th of January.

Why is GOT7 not in JYP?

According to leader Jay B, although JYP Entertainment presented the group with good offers to make them remain in the company, these didn’t align with the path GOT7 wanted for the group and solo careers. Due to this, the company and members’ creative differences became one of the reasons they decided to leave.

Is GOT7 gonna disband?

However, the group is not disbanding. Currently, the members are dedicating themselves to their solo careers and have promised their fans a group comeback in the future.

Why did BamBam unfollow JYP?

He said he had no idea. He’s not that savvy with Instagram. I deleted the picture because I felt a bit salty – and I told him that. He laughed at me so hard.

What is GOT7 fans called?

Since they debuted, they’ve kept the name GOT7 and fans have even adopted the name iGOT7 as their fandom name. The name represents that they got love for the band, as well as they are super lucky and wish luck on each other. In Korea, the fandom is known as “AhGaSe” which is an abbreviation of the name.

Which GOT7 member did Jyp not want?

GOT7’s Jackson Wang just revealed some information regarding his terms and conditions while working under JYP entertainment. He revealed the reason why he couldn’t release or promote his solo albums in South Korea. He shared the information with the DIVE studio’s podcast Get Real.

What group was Jackson Wang?

GOT7Since 2014
Jackson Wang/Music groups

Who is JYP CEO now?

Jung Wook (Feb 16, 2011–)JYP Entertainment / CEO