Wan’s fashion skills were also utilised on TV programmes such as Big Brother’s Little Brother, GMTV, Battle of the Sexes, LK Today, MTV Shakedown, The Xtra Factor, Make Me a Grown Up and T4.
He became well-known when he was then called by Channel 4 to host his own fashion programme titled How to Look Good Naked (2006-2010).
Wan wrote the book How to Look Good Naked: Shop for Your Shape and Look Amazing! to supplement his series, in 2007. He was also invited on The New Paul O’Grady Show.
In 2008, Wan hosted the Channel 4 series Gok’s Fashion Fix. He penned a second book How to Dress: Your Complete Style Guide for Every Occasion, which was rated well by both Closer and Heat magazines. He then co-hosted another series of his, Miss Naked Beauty, with Myleene Klass during October-November that year.
Wan hosted a documentary called Too Fat Too Young on children battling the stigma of obesity in 2009.
After hosting the Channel 4 series Gok’s Clothes RoadShow in 2011, he went on to host other Channel 4 series in 2012, including Gok’s Teens: The Naked Truth, Gok Cooks Chinese, Gok’s Style Secrets, Hotel GB, Baggage and Made in China.
In 2013, his sixth UK fashion range was unveiled for Sainsbury’s Tu collection.
He supports several charitable organisations, especially the anti-bullying such as Kidscape and Ditch the Label.
Wan’s lingerie range adorns the UK-based undergarment company SimplyYours.