K-pop singer Mark Tuan, now back in the US, talks to the Post about his next steps after Got7, how he is raising awareness around anti-Asian American hate and why he’s still not used to the support of his fans. Photo: Represent K-pop singer Mark Tuan, now back in the US, talks to the Post about his next steps after Got7, how he is raising awareness around anti-Asian American hate and why he’s still not used to the support of his fans. Photo: Represent
K-pop singer Mark Tuan, now back in the US, talks to the Post about his next steps after Got7, how he is raising awareness around anti-Asian American hate and why he’s still not used to the support of his fans. Photo: Represent

Got7’s Mark Tuan on what’s next for him musically, moving back to the US and raising awareness of anti-Asian hate

  • Tuan, who wants to use his platform to encourage others to change the world for the better, shares with the Post what he learned as a K-pop idol in Korea
  • The star has launched a personal studio in China, is working on an album, and recently released a song with Bangladeshi-American musician Sanjoy

Topic |   K-pop, Mandopop and other Asian pop
K-pop singer Mark Tuan, now back in the US, talks to the Post about his next steps after Got7, how he is raising awareness around anti-Asian American hate and why he’s still not used to the support of his fans. Photo: Represent K-pop singer Mark Tuan, now back in the US, talks to the Post about his next steps after Got7, how he is raising awareness around anti-Asian American hate and why he’s still not used to the support of his fans. Photo: Represent
K-pop singer Mark Tuan, now back in the US, talks to the Post about his next steps after Got7, how he is raising awareness around anti-Asian American hate and why he’s still not used to the support of his fans. Photo: Represent
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