The boy group recently had an interview with OSEN in light of their comeback with 'Eyes On You'.
One of the questions in the interview regarded the #MeToo movement that is sweeping across the Korean entertainment industry. The K-Pop field is no exception as some accusations have been directed toward idol stars.
GOT7 was asked what they think of the issue and if JYP Entertainment has any programs on sex ed.
Jinyoung answered, "First, I want to applaud all those who've courageously come forward with their direful experience. I believe such issues are hidden, not only in the entertainment industry but all around everywhere. I hope the #MeToo movement will spread and give a good influence on society so the victims with the pain can rise with courage. I'm cheering on for it."
JB also commented, "First of all, such things shouldn't happen at all. And it also made me think that we need to grow up properly. We have to be cautious so we can become a good example without any embarrassment later on when we get old and become sunbaes."
He added, "In our agency, there's sex ed, mental care, and a variety of other programs. Before making your debut, artists have a meal with the CEO and J.Y. Park and they give a lot of advice on such issues."