When G.O entered the Army way back on 18 February 2016, I knew that I would write about him daily as a means to help me get through the days of his service, as well as a means of celebrating him and his talent. At that time, I also began contemplating what I would do following his discharge as I knew I would continue to follow his career and support his activities. It seemed that my little space here in the blogosphere was slowly turning into a fan page dedicated solely to MBLAQ’s charming main vocal and as such, I began to give serious thought about restructuring everything here on my blog to convert it into a fan page. But, I knew I wanted something new. Something separate and independent. Something special. Something that was going to be dedicated solely to G.O that would coincide with his own new chapter. So, I came up with the idea of creating a fan club site and the G.O International Fan Club was born.
I should make a few things clear. This is not an ‘official’ fan club. There is no registration necessary. No fees or dues to be paid, and is open to all. It is simply a place where fans can come to (hopefully) stay up to date with G.O’s activities as he moves into the next chapter of his career. It will also be a place (hopefully) where fans can connect, interact and share their love and support for G.O as both a solo artist, as well as a member of MBLAQ.
The site will launch on 17 November 2017, exactly three months prior to G.O’s discharge. Initially, it will be sparse on content as we wait on news, music, activities and events. I will do my best to keep the site current and will encourage fans to utilize the forum once the site is launched to share information and connect. Ours is a small yet strong community.
I have two goals I would like to achieve with this site: continued support of G.O and continued service to his fans. As I am not on the ground in Seoul, it will be challenging, so I do hope you remain patient with me as the site goes through updates, renovations, maintenance, and the like. I am a newbie when it comes to building and maintaining a fan site; however, I think I have been getting in some good practice these past couple of years. I promise to do my best and, will welcome all input and suggestions.