10:51 pm - 01/15/2013

Big Bang to focus on solo activities after their world tour ends

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After Big Bang finishes their world tour, the members will be shifting their focus to promoting solo activities.

The five members will be finishing up their world tour in Seoul from the 25th to the 27th. After the finale, the members will be promoting under their own individual names and not under the name of Big Bang.

G-Dragon will be going on a solo world tour, and will even be having a 3-dome tour in Japan for the first time as a Korean solo artist. He is also planning to release a new song within the first half of the year.
T.O.P has been filming for his movie ‘Alumni‘, and will continue to work on the movie for a bit more. He previously stated, “It’s currently 90% finished.” Fans are also looking forward to see him act again in dramas as well this year.

Taeyang and Daesung are currently working on their own solo albums. Daesung’s Japanese solo album, ‘D’scover‘, is set for release at the end of February, and he is planning his solo concert as well.

Seungri has also been cast in a drama on NipponTV. Even though he has constantly been promoting in Japan, this year Seungri is planning to promote in Korea as well.

Are you looking for a year filled with Big Bang?

Meanwhile 2NE1 ...

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vvipforseungri 15th-Jan-2013 10:49 pm (UTC)
Kinda still glad that they are allowed to all promote as soloists, rather than just the most popular member. That way I don't miss them as much...

Not happy though about the lack of deets on Seungri. I want a JPN solo album that he composes and writes and stuff. I am afraid for YB's solo because Solar was perfect save for You're My and if it's anything like his current style I'm not going to like it much :/ Want a GTOP album and more Dae!variety pls

(studiously ignoring the rest of YG that has yet to make a comeback/debut... VIPs are spoiled lbr)
mizzyoung 15th-Jan-2013 10:51 pm (UTC)
VIPs is where the money's at
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