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Senin, 08 April 2013

Get Ready for G-Dragon’s One Of A Kind Concert in Malaysia!

G-Dragon to hold his first solo concert ‘One Of a Kind’ in Malaysia on 22nd June!

(Photo credit : Running Into The Sun)
Concert organisers Running Into The Sun and Woohoo! Experience have just released the news that they will be bringing highly-acclaimed K-Pop solo artiste, G-Dragon, to Malaysia as part of his G-DRAGON 2013 WORLD TOUR: ONE OF A KIND concert tour. The leader of global superstars BIGBANG who put on an explosive performance here at their one-night only concert last year, is back with his first-ever solo concert in Malaysia, to be held at Stadium Nasional on 22 Jun 2013, 8pm. This will be the only outdoor concert of his tour, and Malaysian fans can look forward to an exhilarating night of high-energy performances bolstered by this unique open-air experience.

(Photo credit : Running Into The Sun)
The G-DRAGON 2013 WORLD TOUR : ONE OF A KIND concert tour is G-Dragon’s second solo concert tour and first world tour, and will feature songs from his latest solo release – One of a Kind – which ranks as the top-selling solo album in Korea after Heartbreaker, G-Dragon’s first solo album in 2009. One of a Kind produced 2 chart-topping hits – Crayon and That XX – with the latter dominating the major online Korean music charts shortly after its release.
Apart from being a celebrated composer, lyricist and producer, G-Dragon is a widely-regarded fashionista, winning numerous accolades for his fashion style, and has also achieved the distinction of being the only male to feature on CNN’s ‘50 reasons why Seoul is the world’s greatest city’ list. Constantly proving his mettle for producing chart-topping hits, G-Dragon has won various awards for his music including the digital bonsang for One of a Kind at the recent 27th Golden Disk Awards held in Kuala Lumpur, Korea’s equivalent of the Grammy Awards.
Beatrice Chia-Richmond, the Managing Director of Running Into The Sun, shares that “G-Dragon is one of the top solo acts in Korea and is highly-regarded for his musical ability and trend-setting ways. We’re immensely thrilled to be bringing him to Malaysia where fans can look forward to a dynamic performance by the multi-talented entertainer.”.
The G-DRAGON 2013 WORLD TOUR : ONE OF A KIND concert tour kicked off in Seoul on 30th March at the Olympics Gymnastics Arena, with confirmed stops in Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, China, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Indonesia. This tour also marks the first time that a Korean solo artiste will be holding concerts in four of Japan’s domes.
G-DRAGON 2013 WORLD TOUR : ONE OF A KIND is co-organised by Running Into The Sun and Woohoo! Experience and managed by YG Entertainment and Live Nation Entertainment.
You may check out Running Into The Sun’s facebook page for further details on G-Dragon’s ‘One Of A Kind’ concert in Malaysia.

G-Dragon successfully starts his Asian tour in Japan

An audience of 50,000 attended G-Dragon’s concert the Fukuoka Dome. On April 7, the singer’s agency reported: “G-Dragan’s tour, One of a Kind, successfully began in Japan on the afternoon of April 6. Even though it rained and a strong wind was blowing that day, the line of local fans waiting to get in seemed to have no end.

A total of 26 concerts will be held during the tour in 13 cities of 8 countries. The staging, costumes, and musical arrangements for the concerts are of such a high standard that the tour has won high praise from the likes of Billboard, which compared it to Michael Jackson’s concerts.

G-Dragon catches attention right from the start of the concert with his new song “Michi Go” and continues his charismatic performance with his hit songs “Heartbreaker,” “One of a Kind,” and more.

In the Fukuoka concert, Tae Yang appeared as a surprise guest and performed his solo numbers “Breakdown” and “Where U At.” For an encore, Tae Yang and G-dragon sang Bigbang’s hit song “Bad Boy” together.

G-Dragon’s tour will proceed to the big four domes in Japan (Fukuoka Yahoo Dome, Saitama Seibu Dome, Osaka Kyosera Dome, and Nagoya Dome). He is the first Korean solo singer to tour all those venues. The tour will run till the end of June. In the meantime, G-Dragon will also perform as a special guest at Psy’s upcoming Happening concert on April 13.

Siwon Tweets Birthday Pictures From Jerusalem

Happy birthday to Choi Siwon who turned 27 today! Siwon was born on April 7th, 1986 in Seoul, South Korea (although his birthday was officially recorded on February 10, 1987). Siwon is a well-known singer from the band Super Junior and an actor and model as well.

Siwon tweeted pictures of himself in Jerusalem, where he is currently touring the city and celebrating his birthday. He tweeted the pictures, along with the message to his fans, “thanks all. love you always #HappySiwonDay LOVE from Jerusalem.”
We wish Siwon a very happy birthday and many more years of continued success!
Check out the pictures Siwon tweeted and don’t forget to join us in wishing him a happy birthday.

Infinite finally wins a triple crown

Infinite performed its new song “Man in Love” on KBS 2TV’s Music Bank, broadcast live at 6:00 p.m. on April 5 from the auditorium in KBS’s new annex on Yeouido. Infinite took first place in a competition against the band Busker Busker. The group expressed its gratitude with a delighted look: “First of all, we thank you for cheering us on. We greatly appreciate it.”

Infinite also won the first place on SBS’s Inkigayo on the 31th of March and on M-net’s M Countdown on the 4th of April, so the group has finally won a triple crown on the Korean music programs.

“Man in Love” is the title track of the group’s fourth EP, New Challenge. The song features a catchy melody with lyrics about experiences that a man in love will have gone through at least once in life.

Other singers who appeared on the same episode of Music Bank included Girls Day, ZE:A X Five, Davichi, Double A, Electro Boys, K-will, G.Na, and Hong Jin young.

Baek Yerin talks about 15&’s latest performance

On the afternoon of April 7, Baek Yerin, a member of the female duo 15& (Fifteen And) tweeted a picture with the caption “After our performance! I want to thank so many of you for loving ‘Somebody.’” In the picture, Baek is making a cute facial expression with poutintg lips in the greenroom of Good Sunday – Survival Audition K-pop Star Season 2 (K-pop Star), which aired on SBS.

Baek also said, “I also want to thank all the staff, fellow performers, producers, directors, and writers of K-pop Star 2 today! Park Jimin, who is the biggest reason that I was able to perform on such a big show; producer-director Park Jinyoung, who teaches us a lot; everyone of JYPE, who worked overtime; and parents and friends, I thank you all! We’ll find some way to repay your kindness!”

15& drew a lot of attention with the performance of their new song “Somebody” in the K-pop Star 2 finals.

CNBlue members are excited as their world tour opens in Taiwan

On April 5, the Taipei airport was packed with six hundred fans who gathered to see their idol stars CNBlue who had come to Taiwan to kick off their world tour. The group’s performance was explosively welcomed in Taipei, and the concert tickets sold out in forty minutes.

A press conference was held on the day of their arrival. The group’s leader, Jung Yong Hwa, said he was thrilled to be there for the concert. He played the guitar and sang the group’s hit song “I’m Sorry” as representatives from the local media photographed him at the press conference.

The group’s world tour is receiving a lot of attention, especially from Chinese-speaking countries. After the tickets to the Taipei concert sold out, the group extended their run for one more day in Hong Kong, where the concert tickets also sold out in just five minutes. The opening concert of the tour was held in a Taipei arena on April 6.