Full of smiles, inside jokes and surprises for their fans, GOT7 did their best to spread positivity throughout the show. Photos: Riddhi Chakraborty for Rolling Stone India
On Sunday, June 10th, weÂ flew to Paris to attend South Korean group GOT7’s ‘Eyes On You’ Tour. The septetÂ performed the biggest hits from their discography including Â “Hard Carry,” “If You Do” and “Fly,” their debut track “Girls Girls Girls” and more recent singles “Look” and “Teenager.” Each track was accompanied by sharp choreography and seamless transitions between the membersâ€™ individual verses.
Full of smiles, inside jokes and surprises for their fans, GOT7 did their best to spread positivity throughout the show.
Here are a few exclusive photos:
GOT7 began the show with some of their biggest hits including 2018’s “Look.”
Main rapper Mark performs his verse in “Skyway.”
GOT7 were joined by several background dancers througout the show to create impressive formations in their choreography.
GOT7 vocalist Youngjae takes center stage during his verse.
Vocalist Yugyeom encourages the crowd to sing along with the band.
Rapper BamBam [left] and lead vocalist Jinyoung.
GOT7’s leader and main vocalist JB looks out at the crowd fondly.
Mark takes a moment to make eye-contact with a fan.
GOT7 take a break shortly after beginning the show to introduce themselves to fans and share a few jokes.
Towards the end of the night the group spent over 30 minutes talking to fans, sharing inside jokes and taking photos.
Each of GOT7’s members took the time to reflect on their Paris debut and tell fans what it meant to them to be there.
Jinyoung looks out into the crowd as the band wraps up the show.
BamBam dances with fans at the edge of the stage.
Rapper Jackson teases the crowd by leaning closer.
Jinyoung brought out his own camera to photograph his fellow members as well as the audience.
BamBam was the most enthusiastic, stepping closer to fans to interact with them and accepting small, thoughtful gifts.
All photos by Riddhi Chakraborty for Rolling Stone India