During their 2 years away from the stage, fans grew worried that the long hiatus might negatively affect the group's well-being. During a recent interview with News 1, 100% explained their thoughts on this concern.
Jonghwan said, "I think it was a time for us to come closer together, and it allowed us to become brighter. In my case, I've definitely become brighter." Next, Minwoo shared, "During the hiatus, we went traveling together. We had a good relationship in the past too, but now it's a bit different. Surviving together with the name 100% has automatically turned into a goal, due to our long hiatus. I think we got to know each other better and became closer."
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He continued, "Our hiatus was long, but I think we grew more stable because of it too. We learned about one another's thoughts and our teamwork became stronger. And 100% altogether has become stronger."