By March 2011, MBLAQ had released their first full length album (Blaq Style) as well as a repackaged and re-released version (Blaq Style – 3D Edition). They were steadily and frequently appearing on variety programs, radio showgrams and keeping up with a myriad of endorsements. Very much in the public eye along with a growing fan base, they were also being invited to appear and perform at events all around Seoul.
On March 31, 2011, MBLAQ joined a host of other celebs for MCM’s S/S Collection Fashion Show event and G.O brought along his very own special brand of couture that offered an edgy style tempered by a softness that only he knows how to navigate and accomplish. There are some words that are perhaps reserved only to describe women; but when it comes to G.O, I feel I have license to use any and all adjectives attainable, available and otherwise. At this moment, I can think of no better word to describe Jung Byung Hee that is more suitable than ravishing.
Ravishing [rav.i.shing] adjective: Extremely beautiful or attractive; enchanting; entrancing; pleasing or striking.
Yes, this man is indeed ravishing.
At the MCM event, MBLAQ not only made an appearance on the red carpet that evening, they also wowed the audience with an electrifying performance, which included the aggressive 다시 [Again].
For me, G.O is one of those rare and special artists (or man, for that matter) who is able to wed incredible masculinity with a softness that never seems weak and is perhaps more potent and powerful than even the strongest man on earth could ever aspire to be.
That’s pretty powerful, right?