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GOT7 to partner with Make a Wish Foundation ahead of their World Tour

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GOT7 will be spreading their good influence by fulfilling the wishes of children with incurable diseases around the world during their 2019 World Tour.

"GOT7 2019 WORLD TOUR KEEP SPINING", which will be held at the KSPO DOME (Olympic Gymnastics Stadium) on the 15th and 16th of June this year, will be performed in Seoul by GOT7 and will be joined by the Make-A-Wish Foundation to support children with incurable diseases around the world by making their dreams come true.

As part of the project, GOT7 received stories from children with incurable diseases who wished to see GOT7 perform, or meet GOT7 through the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

At the Seoul concert on Thursday, Karime Sophia Oliva, 17, a fan of GOT7, who lives in California, and is currently struggling with a incurable disease known as Pulmonary Artery Blockage, will attend a concert of GOT7, and make her wish to meet GOT7 in person.

In addition, the company will invite children with incurable diseases and their families to the concert on June 15 and 16.

GOT7 plans to receive stories of children with incurable diseases and fulfill their wishes in cities that visit the world tour as well as in Seoul, and send support to children who are struggling with the disease to foster their dreams without losing their courage and strength.

Make-A-Wish is the world's largest organ of wish-making and international non-profit organizations in 42 countries that fulfill the wishes of children struggling with rare incurable diseases such as leukemia, brain tumors and osteoarthritis. JYP will sign a social contribution business agreement with the Korean branch of Make-A-Wish on Thursday to deliver their dreams and hopes to them.

Starting with the KSPO DOME (Olympic Gymnastics Stadium) in Seoul on June 15 and 16, GOT7 will start the "GOT7 2019 WORLD TOUR KEEP SPINNING." The world tour has announced the first round of venues in Asia, North and South America and Europe, and is expected to expand its size and scope in the future.



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