Celebs

BIGBANG G-Dragon reveals luxurious lifestyle

By Riezel / 2017.01.05
BIGBANG leader G-Dragon in his 'Crooked' MV. The song is part of his second album Coup d'Etat which was released on September 2013.

G-Dragon is spotted wearing a Richard Mille brand watch during the "2016 SBS Gayo Daejun." In the event, the BIGBANG performed "₩ 1,000,000" together with CL, Okasian, BewhY, and Teddy as their special collab performance.

During the event, G-Dragon wore an all gold attire paired with a white watch. Adding to the "₩ 1,000,000" motif, the rapper even attached an actual ₩ 1,000,000 bill to his hat. However, that was not the only eye-catcher on the show.

Fans quickly recognized that the watch G-Dragon was wearing is a French made brand. The Richard Mille branded watch costs approximately 600 million KRW ($503,000 USD) and is one of the finest in the collection, Allkpop reported.

Known for owning several Mille branded watch, the 28-year old rapper even wore one of them during MBC's "Infinite Challenge." Shocked by its actual price, netizens expressed, "He wears an entire building on his wrist," or "That watch is more expensive than my house."

Following the news, G-Dragon recently updated his Instagram account with a photo of his brand new Lamborghini Aventador LP-700-4, captioned, "Catch me if you can." The luxury vehicle is estimated to be around 500 million KRW ($419,000 USD).

Meanwhile, his group BIGBANG was recently listed as one of the world's most popular musician under 30 years old for this year. The list was published by Forbes magazine as "30 under 30 Music Class of 2017" on its official website.

In the list, BIGBANG were the only Korean group which made it on the U.S. economic magazine. Also, the list features many singers, songwriters, managers, and entrepreneurs revolutionizing the modern music business such as Gallant, Daya, Logic, among others.

Last year, the five-member K-pop act landed on No. 54 on Forbes' "Celebrity 100" list for earning $44 million USD last year. The said earning is more than U.S' top grossing all-male groups' like Maroon 5.

The group is scheduled to hold a concert at Gocheok Sky Dome this coming Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 7 and 8.

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