Mark Tuan has a happy prediction for fellow members of boy band GOT 7 a decade from now.

“GOT7 after 10 years… Wow. Someone might have a baby,” the 28-year-old multilingual K-pop superstar said in a recent interview with W Korea for its June cover story.

Born and raised in the U.S. but of Chinese descent, Tuan is the main rapper of one of K-pop’s most sought-after boy bands. GOT7 recently launched a new self-titled album, a year and a half after leaving JYP Entertainment.

While all seven group members have started pursuing solo activities since leaving the music studio, GOT7 reunited as a gift to its loyal supporters known collectively as Ahgase.

GOT7, comprised of Yugyeom, Jackson, Jinyoung, Jay B, Youngjae, Bambam and Mark are all in their 20s with the oldest at 28 and the youngest at 24 years old.

While Mark may have brought up the baby topic in jest, one GOT7 member had earlier talked about his desire on becoming a father.

“Honestly, for me personally, I want to see my kids longer. And I want to be best friends with them. Because I don’t want to be like… I want to club with my kids,” Jackson Wang said on L.A.’s hip-hop afternoon radio show, “The Cruz Show,” in April. Wang said he wants to start having a family before 40.

Also in the interview with W Korea, Mark revealed he does not have a goal at the moment and is just taking one day at a time. He also said the band is not planning on retiring soon and may even reunite a decade from now as middle-aged men with beards.

“GOT7 after 10 years would be like…Old men. We would have beard when we comeback. At that time… I’ll make it simple. Just light dancing or just standing and singing? No, we’ll be dancing forever,” he said.

Asked which moment in the boy band’s past would he like to go back to, Mark replied, “Maybe… When I was trainee. That was the most fun days for me...when we were preparing our team. I think it was fun.”

GOT7 GOT7 arrives at the 2019 Mnet Asian Music Awards(MAMA) Red Carpet at Nagoya Dome on December 4, 2019 in Nagoya, Japan. Photo: Jun Sato/WireImage