Park Bo Gum and BTS members Jin, V and Jimin were among the thousands of concertgoers who came to witness BIGBANG in their final "0.TO.10" shows in Seoul Gocheok Sky Dome.
According to reports, BIGBANG is scheduled to hold their final shows in Seoul on Jan. 7 and 8. And because the members have been reported to start their military duties this year, fans and co-artists grabbed the opportunity to watch all five members perform in one stage.
Among them were Park Bo Gum and BTS members who were photographed sitting beside each other while enjoying BIGBANG's "0.TO.10" Seoul concert, Allkpop reported.
Further reports claimed BIGBANG will fly to Hong Kong for another two-day "0.TO.10" concert before T.O.P starts his mandatory military service in February.
In August, BIGBANG also staged a "0.TO.10" concert in Seoul, gathering over 65,000 fans at Seoul World Cup Stadium, Korea Times noted. Initially, YG Entertainment reportedly planned to invite 60,000 fans for the anniversary show; however, the fans plead for an addition of 5,000.
The "0.TO.10" show holds the record for the biggest number of concertgoers for a K-Pop concert in Seoul. BIGBANG performed a total of 22 songs in front of their enthusiastic fans in two and a half hours.
The BIGBANG members addressed their fans to thank them for their support in the past ten years. "Since I joined YG [Entertainment], I alaways remembered August as the month of my birthday," G-Dragon said.
"But from a certain point, it became days when I think about members and fans more and I feel happy. Ten years flew by and I hope to see you all again in ten more years," the BIGBANG member said.
On Dec. 29, BIGBANG also completed a series of shows in Japan where they drew over 780,000 fans. During their final show in Japan, T.O.P bid his farewell as he draws closer to his enlistment.
"We may be apart for some time, but it will only make our ties stronger. I will miss you so much, take care till we meet again," the idol told the fans.