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GOT7’s Mark Tuan confirms comeback with ‘Last Breath’ teaser

By: - Social Media Specialist
/ 05:43 PM October 22, 2021

Photo: Mark Tuan/Facebook

Spread the word: Mark Tuan has officially “marked” his much-anticipated return.

The oldest member of renowned South Korean group GOT7 has left fans “gasping for air” after unveiling the teaser for “Last Breath,” which will drop on Nov. 12.

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So far, it is not known whether it would be a full studio album or a single.

However, the teaser confirmed fan speculations that a comeback is on the way after Mark recently archived all of his Instagram posts and shared a cryptic story on the same social media platform.

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Mark previously went rounds online after being featured in the soundtrack of Marvel film “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.”

Earlier this year, he collaborated with fellow Californian native Sanjoy for “One in a Million,” his first musical production since GOT7 left JYP Entertainment after seven years in the company.

Fans instantly drew comparisons between Mark’s latest teaser and GOT7’s last full-length album “Breath of Love: Last Piece,” which was released in November last year.  /ra

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