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Big Bang’s Daesung to hold a solo concert in Japan next year

By Dianne Sencil / 2016.12.04
KPop group Big Bang during their concert in China.

South Korean artist Daesung of the boy group big bang is finally having his first ever concert titled “D-LITE JAPAN DOME TOUR 2017” in Japan next year!

According to a report by All Kpop, the Kpop idol will be having the first leg of his Japan tour at the Seibu Prince Dome from April 15 to 16. The second stop of the concert will be on April 22 to 23 at the Kyocera Dome in Osaka. Over 200,000 fans are expected to attend Daesung’s solo concert debut.

Also known as D-Lite, Daesung started his entertainment career in 2006 after joining Big Bang alongside G-Dragon, T.O.P, Taeyang, and Seungri. The group made their first appearance at YG Family's 10th Anniversary concert.

In 2008, Daesung released his solo debut single titled "Nal Bwa Gwisoon". He also appeared in MBC's drama “What's Up” which is written by the famous Korean scriptwriter Song Ji Na.

Meanwhile, Big Bang is currently busy preparing for their upcoming comeback this December as the mark of their 10th-anniversary celebration. Along with the group’s return is the release of their new album “MADE” which includes songs like "Loser", "Bae Bae", "Bang Bang Bang", "We Like To Party”, and a whole lot more!

Moreover, the band is also set to appear on “Radio Star” as well as the popular entertainment program “Infinite Challenge”. According to a source as quoted by All Kpop: “Last year, they discussed appearing on the show but unfortunately couldn't because of timing and had to hope for a next opportunity”.

He added: “Ultimately, they gained the chance to make a meaningful appearance at the end of this year and currently, [the 'Infinity Challenge' producers] are thinking about what kind of special to have with the unique combination [of Big Bang and 'Infinity Challenge' members]."

Check out the music video of Big Bang’s single “BANG BANG BANG” here.

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