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Who are g.o.d? Veteran group announces concert three years after their 20th-anniversary show

23-year-old veteran K-pop group g.o.d announced a new year-end show for fans in December
Veteran K-pop group announces their comeback with a special year-end concert for fans (@dajungho2/Instagram)
Veteran K-pop group announces their comeback with a special year-end concert for fans (@dajungho2/Instagram)

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA: K-pop groups just like any other collective in the music industry have an expiration date. For some groups, it is the end of their contracts with their labels and for many others, it is when the members of a group decide that it is time for them to part ways from the collective and work on their individual future careers. However, there is a sliver of K-pop groups that fall in the category of timeless collectives that are always around each other due to the brother/sisterhood the members share.

One such group is g.o.d (Groove Over Dose) which made its debut in 1999 and is still popular in South Korea to this day. The five-member boy group celebrated its 20th debut anniversary in 2019 with a special concert and now, four years since that, g.o.d is coming back with a new year-end show in December of 2022. The boy group had been active from 1999 to 2005 before the members started off their solo careers before regrouping back into g.o.d by July of 2014. 


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Who are members of the K-pop boy group g.o.d?

With members, Son Ho-young, Yoon Kye-sang, Kim Tae-woo, Danny Ahn, and Park Joon-hyung, Groove Over Dose popularly known as g.o.d were known as one of the few best-selling artists in South Korea during the beginning of the digital era. g.o.d has the privilege of being called one of the few million seller boy groups in Korea before the term was popularized and was referred to as the nation's idol due to its popularity.

After debuting in 1999, g.o.d became one of the most popular boy bands of the first generation of K-pop, and following the group's initial success, all members went on with their solo careers in 2005. The boy group took a 9-year-long break from group activities before coming back together as a quintet in July of 2014 with the album, 'Chapter 8'. g.o.d is known for its "storytelling" lyrical style with songs that are a signature blend of R&B and rap, their songs also feature an array of genres ranging from hip hop to funk.


g.o.d announces a year-end concert for the first time since 2019

The boy group celebrated its 20th debut anniversary in 2019 and released their compilation album, 'Then & Now' consisting of new original songs and remade tracks. The album was g.o.d's ninth full-length release and first since 2014 which was paired with an in-person concert show for fans. Now four years after that, it has been announced that g.o.d will be coming back with a solo concert at the Olympic Park Gymnastics Stadium in Seoul from December 9 to 11.

It has been reported that all five members of g.o.d will be attending the year-end show and that the boy group will present a number of hit songs that have been released by them since their debut. With this show, the members will look back on the memories they have accumulated with their fans over the years. More details about the event will be announced in the days to come.