BIGBANG is coming for Japan! They will be kicking off their Japanese tour on November 16 in the Seibu Dorm. It was later revealed on the 15th that they will also make an additional stop on January 13 at Osaka’s Kyocera Dome.
YG Entertainment released a statement on the upcoming engagements, “For the dome tours, we set a remarkable record with as many as 1.4 million people reserving advance tickets . . . In order to repay Big Bang’s fans for their fervent support, we decided to have an additional performance. Including this performance, Big Bang is scheduled to have a total of sixteen performances in six different cities. Considering this six-location dome tour as the precedent among singers promoting overseas, we will be calling forth 771,000 people.”
During this each member has been busy with their own promotions.
G-Dragon has completed his first world tour ‘G-Dragon 2013 1st World Tour One of a Kind‘ with a total of twenty-seven performance in thirteen different locations in eight different countries for over 570,000 people. He has also released his second solo album ‘Coup D’Etat’ with more then four number ones on the Korean Billboard charts. G-Dragon also plans to release to make his Japanese debut as a solo artist by releasing an album.
T.O.P has already established himself as a leading man on-screen at the 2013 Busan International Film Festival for his latest film ‘The Commitment” due out later this year. His film “The Commitment” has gained much attention it will hit cinemas in Japan, America, and Europe.
Seungri made his comeback in September with his debut album ‘Lets Talk About Love’ and then released it in Japan which ranked number one on Oricon‘s Daily Ranking. He has also gained a lot of attention in Japan for his appearances in various shows.
Taeyang has been trolling as to when his 2nd album will drop, but has made various appearances on variety shows, featuring in music videos and songs, and did one Japanese commercial.
Daesung released his much anticipated solo debut album ‘D’scover’ which also ranked the Oricon charts upon its release, taking which took the number two spot on Oricon’s Weekly Ranking. Daesung also got the chance to have his first solo Japanese Tour hitting twenty locations with twenty-six performances, attracting over 1,ooo people.
Article By: Izzy
Edited by: KareBare