Wu Zun

Wu Zun (birth name Goh Kiat Chun, also referred to as Wu Chun) is a Brunei-born Chinese singer, actor, gym instructor, and former model. He is currently a member of the Taiwanese boy band Fahrenheit. As the last, oldest, and only foreign member of Fahrenheit, Wu Zun is the bass vocalist of the group. His publicized temperature is that of cool Autumn, at 59 degrees. He also represents "Mysterious." Wu Zun is also widely known for his roles as the male leads in the Taiwanese idol dramas Hot Shot (2008), Romantic Princess (2007), Hana Kimi (2006), and Tokyo Juliet (2006), as well as the wuxia movie Butterfly Lovers (2008).

Wu Zun was born on October 10, 1979, in Brunei. He studied at the Chung Hwa Middle School in Bandar Seri Begawan. Later, he graduated from RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, with distinction and a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration. Wu Zun also played basketball for Brunei's national team. Prior to joining Fahrenheit, he was a model for Yi Lin in Taiwan and Diva Models in Singapore. Wu Zun speaks - with varying degrees of fluency - Hokkien, English, Malay, Mandarin, and Cantonese. He manages a family-owned gym club, Fitness Zone, in Brunei. As of August 2007, Wu Zun is the chairman of the newly opened Palm Garden Hotel and its neighbouring multi-story Fitness Zone centre in Brunei.