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So, maybe the mysterious message on YG’s official blog is hinting at Taeyang’s solo album project.
On September 25, Taeyang appeared on Naver’s “GD Friends Live” and commented, “I came again on this show today. I’ve been intervening a bit during G-Dragon’s activities so I dread thinking that people might wonder if I have nothing to do.”
He went on, “In fact, I’m really busy right now. I’m currently working on my solo album.”
His fellow members, G-Dragon and Daesung cheered, “Your solo album will definitely do well.” Continue reading
Big Bang‘s leader G-Dragon was chosen as the idol most likely to succeed as a producer.
On September 19th broadcast of MBC‘s ‘Weekly Idol‘, the top ten idols who were voted to be future ‘producer-dols’ by fellow idols were revealed.
The top ten list was made up of talented idols who write and compose music on top of having various character traits suitable for a producer. Continue reading
Big Bang were recently spotted at the Incheon International Airport en route to Singapore for the ‘2012 Big Bang Alive Galaxy Tour‘. Seungri is noticeably absent due to his busy schedule in Japan and will join the rest of the group on location.
The photos show the members rocking the color, black, each according to their individual styles. T.O.P. recently injured his hand during the filming for ‘Alumnus’ and is also seen wearing his hand cast. Continue reading
On the upcoming episode of MBC Every1‘s ‘Idol Manager‘, 2NE1‘s Dara sent a heartfelt letter to her younger brother, MBLAQ‘s Thunder.
The theme for this week’s episode is a healing workshop for MBLAQ. The members will read handwritten letters sent from their families, and footage of them practicing their choreography will be shown. Thunder especially garnered interest for receiving not only a letter from his mom, but his older sister, Dara of 2NE1. Continue reading
Big Bang was featured on the Entertainment section of the Philippine Star on September 24, 2012. It was to promote their upcoming concert on October 24, 2012 at the SM Mall of Asia Arena.
Korean boy band Big Bang will play to 35,000 fans at three sold-out concerts in December – the biggest audience for an international group since the Hong Kong Stadium stopped holding concerts in 1994.
Tickets for the first two shows by the five K-pop superstars at AsiaWorld-Expo arena were sold out in an hour when public sales opened last week.
An additional show was added and all the tickets were snapped up within three hours yesterday morning. But their sales were eclipsed by solo act Lady Gaga, who played to four sold-out houses at the same venue in May during her Born This Way Ball tour. Continue reading