For the shoot Mark, who came out from (the image of) GOT7, looked a little different. He wore skinny pants with a sleek buckles and a suede jacket with ethnic-patterned trims. Excluding the jacket, you don’t see the edges of the silhouette and if one was to describe it in a colour, it would be similar to pure black. The defiant (looking) attire was the best combination with his pale face made by the cold air of February. Right as he walked into the shoot venue, we were talking about Hedi Slimane’s favourite band, ‘The Garden’. Seeing Mark’s silhouette, which overlapped with the twin brothers, made us rub our eyes.
Not too long ago, Mark returned after wrapping up GOT7’s Japan tour. GOT7 overseas tours have solidified itself as the representative shows that would be able to make you feel K-POP vividly. The Tokyo Budokan and Kobe Memorial Hall venues saw ten of thousand of fans fill it up fully. The stages that described the journey of GOT7 meeting their fans through different roads flowing through the seasons seems like GOT7’s biography. For this concert, Mark obtained many ideas from ‘modern dance’. The stage that is able to express the human body in the most beautiful way. “I want people to feel refreshed when watching our stages. I made use of modern dance’s pretty and beautiful moves.”
All this time, Mark has been in-charge of GOT7’s ‘peak’ spots on stage, like firecrackers exploding. Early in the debut days, he who was immersed in martial arts tricking, defied gravity and turned and turned again on stage. Mark has always been under the spotlight. Knowing the fact that he had no prior knowledge of b-boying or dance prowess and only achieved all of that through sheer training during his trainee period, makes his capabilities look even more special. If Spider-Man has an ability to shoot out spider-webs, Mark has the ability to fly in the air.