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Big Bang Made’ gets international release


“Big Bang Made,” the documentary about the hugely popular K-pop group Big Bang released in Korea last month, will also be shown in 10 other countries including the United States, Hong Kong and Singapore.

The film hit local theaters on June 30 and has sold more than 50,000 tickets as of Thursday, according to the group’s agency YG Entertainment that represents the male act.

Over nearly two hours, the documentary explores Big Bang’s world tour last year, during which the group visited 32 cities in 13 countries. It includes both performance clips and behind-the-scenes footage. Big Bang has said they will stage a guerilla concert somewhere if more than 100,000 tickets to the documentary are sold.

As part of its 10th anniversary this year, the group plans to hold an exhibition in Seongsu-dong, central Seoul from Aug. 5 to Oct. 30. They are also scheduled to hold a concert, “BIGBANG10 THE CONCERT : 0.TO.10,” at the Seoul World Cup Stadium, located in Sangam-dong, western Seoul, on Aug. 20.

Sixty thousand fans are expected to be in attendance.

By Jin Min-ji
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