G.o.d (South Korean band)

지오디

Groove Over Dose, acronymg.o.d( Hangul : 지오디; RR : ji-o-di), is a five-member South Korean pop music group. Debuting in 1999, the group became one of the most popular boy bands of the early 2000s in South Korea.The members had gone on to solo careers in the entertainment industry after indefinitely discontinuing group activity in 2005 following the departure of a member. However, they regrouped as a quintet and made a comeback in July 2014.Although the group is largely known for their "story telling" lyrical style and signature blend of R&B and rap, their repertoire features a diverse array of genres ranging from hip hop to funk.As one of the best selling artists in South Korea prior to the digital era, they are one of the few idol groups to have more than one album become a "million seller".Often referred to as "the nation's idol" due to the broad popular appeal of their hit songs,they are regarded as "legends of K-pop"alongside first generation idol groups Shinhwa , H.O.T , Sechs Kies , Fin.K.L , and S.E.S. .Due to their extended hiatus and lack of overseas promotions, their popularity and fame has been largely limited to the domestic market or within the Korean diaspora overseas.However, their songs remain some of the most recognized and well-known within South Korea and their hits such as " To Mother ", " Road " and " One Candle " are considered classic Korean language songs.

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 G.o.d (South Korean band)'s History

Beginningsedit

The group was to be called "GOT6" but was changed to g.o.d (GrooveOverDose) instead when it became a five-member boy band; Park Jin-young has since revealed that GOT7 's group name originated from GOT6.Due to the group's association with Park Jin-young, g.o.d has been mistaken to be created by JYP Entertainment when they were actually formed under the management of the present-day SidusHQ and Park was only their songwriter and producer.

1999: Debut yearedit

They released their second album at the end of the year and it garnered a much better response and also earned the group their first ever #1 win on a music program .

2000–2006: Mainstream success, Kye-sang's departure, and hiatusedit

Gag Concert, which aired at the same time on MBC's competitor broadcaster KBS , to switch time slots.

In November that year, g.o.d launched their fourth albumChapter 4, their second album to hit a million in sales.It won the Disk Daesang (Grand Prize) at the 16th Golden Disc Awards . The title track "Road" (길) topped the rankings on several music shows and has since become a classic hit.

In July they took a break from television promotions and began their "100-day Human Concert" series where all the shows were sold out and each day had a different theme.

before going into acting while Son and Kim continued as singers. The remaining four members unofficially reunited to perform in 2012 at the Korean Music Festival in Los Angelesand on SBS MTV 'sThe Stage Big Pleasure.

2014–present: Reunionedit

The album was repackaged and released in October as the "Thank You" edition and included a new song "Wind" (바람), whose lyrics were written by Yoon to express his gratitude to fans.

g.o.d performing at the 15th anniversary encore concert in October 2014

In November they extended their tour overseas for the time, holding concerts at the Staples Center in Los Angeles , California and Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey , and became the first single South Korean group to play at stadiums in the United States since BIGBANG ( Alive Galaxy Tour ).

They took a break in 2016 while the members returned to their solo activities.

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 G.o.d (South Korean band)'s Members

  • Park Joon-hyung (박준형) — rap
  • Yoon Kye-sang (윤계상) — rap, vocals
  • Danny Ahn (데니 안) — rap
  • Son Ho-young (손호영) — vocals
  • Kim Tae-woo (김태우) — lead vocals

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 G.o.d (South Korean band)'s Discography

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 G.o.d (South Korean band)'s Concerts

Tours and concerts
YearDateVenueCityTotal
god first National Tour Concert :'Story of Five Men'
2001 February 25 KOTREX (Korea Trade Exhibition Center) Daejeon6
March 1 Yeomju Indoor Stadium Gwangju
March 4 Daegu Indoor Stadium Daegu
March 11 Sajik Arena Busan
April 5 Seoul Olympic Stadium Seoul
April 8 Sungin Gymnasium Incheon

god '100-day Human Concert' — first leg

2002 July 11, 12, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 25, 26, 27, 28Popcorn Hall at Jung-gu

(45 times)

Seoul45
August 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 10, 11, 15, 16, 17, 18, 22, 23, 24, 25, 29, 30, 31
September 1, 5, 6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22

god '100-day Human Concert' — second leg

2002 December 25, 26, 27, 28Popcorn Hall at Jung-gu

(55 times)

Seoul55
2003 January 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 18, 19, 23, 24, 25, 26, 30, 31
February 1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30
March 1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30

god — SK Telecom Ting Concert

2003 August 2 Yeomju Indoor Stadium Gwangju5
August 9 Sajik Arena Busan
August 16 outdoor parking lot (spc stage) at

EXCO (Exhibition & Convention Center)

Daegu
August 22 Chungmu Gymnasium Daejeon
August 29 Jamsil Arena Seoul

god is BACK— National Tour Concert

2005 February 26, 27 Seoul Olympic Stadium Seoul21
March 12, 13 Daegu Indoor Stadium Daegu
March 19, 20 KOTREX (Korea Trade Exhibition Center) Daejeon
March 26, 27 Bucheon Gymnasium Bucheon
April 2, 3 Dongkang Gymnasium Gwangju
April 9 Palma Gymnasium Suncheon
April 16, 17 Busan KBS Hall Busan
April 23 Jeonju
April 26 Gangneung Indoor Ice Rink Gangneung
May 15 Cheongju Gymnasium Cheongju
May 20–22, 28,

29 (Encore)

Olympic Hall at Olympic Park Seoul

god —the LAST beginningconcert

2005 November 10, 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 24, 25, 26, 27Olympic Hall at Olympic ParkSeoul20
December 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 10, 11
god —the Last Encore Forever, godconcert
2005 December 28 Seoul Olympic Stadium Seoul1

god15TH ANNIVERSARY REUNION CONCERT— National Tour

2014 July 12, 13 Seoul Indoor Stadium Seoul10
August 2, 3 Yeomju Indoor Stadium Gwangju
August 15, 16 BEXCO (Busan Exhibition and Convention Center) Busan
August 23, 24 EXCO (Exhibition & Convention Center) Daegu
August 30, 31 KOTREX (Korea Trade Exhibition Center) Daejeon
god15TH ANNIVERSARY REUNIONCONCERT — Encore
2014 October 25 Seoul Olympic Stadium Seoul1

god15TH ANNIVERSARY REUNIONCONCERT — US leg

2014 November 7 Staples Center Los Angeles , California , United States2
November 9 Prudential Center Newark, New Jersey , United States
god 2015 CONCERT
2015 December 16,17,18,19,20 Olympic Gymnastics Arena Seoul9
December 24,25 EXCO (Exhibition & Convention Center) Daegu
December 30,31 BEXCO (Busan Exhibition and Convention Center) Busan
god to MENConcert
2017 January 6, 7, 8 Seoul Indoor Stadium Seoul8
January 13 Namdong Gymnasium Incheon
January 21 EXCO (Exhibition & Convention Center) Daegu
February 4 KINTEX Ilsan
February 11 Gwangju Women's University Universiade Gymnasium Gwangju
February 18 BEXCO (Busan Exhibition and Convention Center) Busan
Other live performances
DateEventVenueNotesRef
May 15, 1999 Dream Concert (ko ) Seoul Olympic Stadium
May 20, 2000 Dream Concert Seoul Olympic Stadium
May 19, 2001 Dream Concert Seoul Olympic Stadium
April 20, 2002 Dream Concert Seoul Olympic Stadium
May 17, 2003 Dream Concert Seoul Olympic Stadium
July 9, 2005 Dream Concert Seoul Olympic Stadium
December 21, 2014 Psy 'sAll Night StandConcerts Olympic Gymnastics Arena Guest performers
August 15, 2015 I Am KoreaGala Concert — 70 Years of Independence ( ko ) Seoul World Cup Stadium Broadcast live on KBS1
December 2, 2016
(broadcast date)
MBC and Good FriendsBroadcast for Charity (55th Anniversary Special) MBC Broadcast Center( ko ) Broadcast on MBC
Except Yoon Kye-sang
May 7, 2017 Holgabun Festival Outdoor Concert by Samsung Card Jamsil Auxiliary Stadium Except Yoon Kye-sang

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 G.o.d (South Korean band)'s Artistry

Musical style and themesedit

with "gentle rap, candid lyrics and plain vocal narration".Their ability to seamlessly transition between rap and R&B is apparent in their hit songs, most of which are classified as R&B ballads or pop but contain at least several lines that are rapped. This combination of a prominent lyrical melody and rap has been described as their "signature".Some songs feature a spoken narration to introduce the song. They have shied away from trending genres such as bubblegum pop and electronic music .

their debut single "To Mother" was partly based on leader Park Joon-hyung's childhood while "The Story of Five Men" (다섯 남자 이야기) described their frugal living conditions during their first year as struggling young singers.Other songs are more humorous and parodied the members themselves, such as the self-composed "Sky Blue Balloon" (하늘색 풍선), in which rapper Danny Ahn refers to himself by his nickname Skinny Pig.

Legends 100series noted that "[The] synergy created by these five people began a page of popular music history that has never been seen before."

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g.o.d performing in Incheon during the 'g.o.d to MEN' national tour

Stageedit

After reuniting in 2014, the group has been more experimental, revising their choreography and the instrumentation of their background tracks several times. Their most recent national tour in January and February 2017, entitled "g.o.d to MEN", was designed and choreographed as a Broadway musical . Lee Mi-hyun of theJoongAng Ilbo, in reviewing the Seoul leg of the tour, praised the group for their ability to entertain and reinvent themselves without compromising their artistic integrity or losing their unique sound.

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 G.o.d (South Korean band)'s Legacy

They are the first idol group to star in their own reality show,g.o.d's Baby Diaries, beginning a trend of idol singers and other entertainers participating in similar shows such asHello BabyandThe Return of Superman.

They are the most recent K-pop group to sell over a million physical copies of a full album and the last group to do so prior to the establishment of digital music stores, having sold over 1.7 million copies ofChapter 4, before EXO reached the milestone in 2013.

According to a 2016 poll conducted byThe Dong-a Ilboin which thirty music industry experts and nearly 2000 citizens voted for the top 15 greatest male K-pop idol groups of the past twenty years, g.o.d was ranked third by the public and fifth by the panel of experts.Of the inactive or disbanded first-generation groups, g.o.d was the first to make a comeback and still attain success in a highly saturated market in spite of a nearly decade-long hiatus,which commentators have attributed to the overall increased interest in music and games popular during the 1980s and 1990s as well as the fact that the basis of their popularity had been centered on their vocal abilities and the lyrical content of their songs.

In popular cultureedit

and regularly covered on singing competitions and music variety shows."Sorrow" (애수), from the second album , was featured in thePump It Upvideo game series. Their songs have been used as background music on various television dramas and variety shows, including tvN 'sReply 1994,KBS'sDrama SpecialandThe Return of Supermanand many others.

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 G.o.d (South Korean band)'s See also

  • List of South Korean idol groups (1990s)
  • List of best-selling albums in South Korea

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