No place like dome for G-Dragon
It will be the first time a Korean solo singer performs in the three major Japanese domes.
A total of about 230,000 fans are expected for the five concerts, the agency said.
Apart from his schedule as a member of Big Bang, the five-member boy group, G-Dragon has worked to build his solo resume. His solo album “One of a Kind,” released in September, topped several music charts in Korea. G-Dragon will hold solo concerts in Seoul on March 30-31.
Other Big Bang members are also continuing their solo activities in Japan.
Seungri recently acted for a role in a Japanese drama, “Kindaichi Case Files.” The Nippon TV drama was aired on Saturday. Daesung is poised to announce his solo debut album in Japan, “D’scover” late next month.
By Moon Gwang-lip