g.o.d was a five member pop music group under JYP Entertainment. The name is an acronym for Groove Over Dose. The members of g.o.d, Kim Tae-woo, Son Ho-young, Danny Ahn, Yoon Kye-sang and Park Joon-hyung, debuted in 1999 with their hit song “To Mother”. Over the years they have left a legacy within K-Pop with their numerous hits including, “Love You and Remember You,” “Lies,” and “Road.” g.o.d was one of the first idol groups to sell more than 1 million albums.
If the rumors are true, the former members of g.o.d could possibly be returning to the K-Pop scene together in March 2014, just in time for a potential reunion album and concert to commemorate g.o.d’s 15th anniversary.
It has been nine years since their last album “Into the Sky,” which was released after Yoon Kye-sang left the group. g.o.d never officially split up, but the members gradually drifted apart not long after Yoon Kye-sang left. If he rejoins the group for their newest album, it will have been 10 years since all five members have performed together onstage. The members of g.o.d reunited last year to appear on O’live’s “Yoon Kye Sang’s One Table.”
“Since the group never officially broke up, there was always a chance that they would get back together,” explained the insider to E Daily.
A representative of Son Ho Young’s agency, CJ E&M, shared, “It is true that the members of g.o.d got together to talk about making a new album. However, there are many things that need to be resolved since all of the members are signed under different agencies. The specifics have not been discussed yet.”
When questioned about Yoon Kye Sang rejoining the group, a representative of his agency stated, “It is true that Yoon Kye Sang received the proposition to make a comeback from the other g.o.d members, but nothing has been confirmed. He is looking over the offer.”
Article by: Dee
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