Is g.o.d real?
“As all members belong to separate entertainment agencies, it is a difficult process trying to put plans into motion. However all members have agreed that they want to make a come-back. In particular Danny Ahn and Kim Tae-woo’s agencies have met and expressed desires for producing an album,” said an insider close to the boy band members. Although four members consisting of Kim Tae-woo, Danny Ahn, Son Ho-young and Park Joon-hyung have expressed an interest in the band’s reformation, one member, Yoon Kye-sang, has declined to take part.
In addition, the source indicated that rather than appearing on television programs after releasing the proposed album, the boy band would concentrate on touring and meeting the fans.
“After all, g.o.d was the first idol group to focus on their performing activities, taking to some one hundred small-scale venues to meet the fans. The members want the reunion to be about entertaining their fans more than anything else,” said an industry representative.
The idol group made its debut in 1999 and sold over one million records with release of hit songs such as “Lies,” “Ordinary Day” and “Road.” In 2004, Yoon Kye-sang left the band but the band soldiered on until 2007 before members went their separate ways.
By Carla Sunwoo [firstname.lastname@example.org]