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[PHOTO]Big Bang's Daesung makes surprise appearance at Seungri's Japan fan meeting 08.28.2012
Editor : Monica Suk
|Big Bang's Seungri (left) and Daesung (right) point their fingers high during their collaboration performance at Seungri's fan meeting held at the Shinkiba Studio Coast in Tokyo, Japan on August 26, 2012. [YG Entertainment]|
Big Bang's Seungri is cementing his position as a top K-pop artist, not only by a member of the "ALIVE" singers but also as a solo musician.
Seungri, who has been staying in Japan for about three months to appear as a regular on Fuji TV’s “Sakigake! Ongaku bangjuke eight” [in Romanized Japanese] and host his own variety show “V.I FROM BIGBANG," held two sets of solo meet and greet sessions at the Shinkiba Studio Coast in Tokyo, Japan on August 26.
YG Entertainment officials said in a press release that around 80,000 people signed up for the combined 9,000-seating show including the one to be held in Osaka on September 9.
With his experience on variety shows, the singer has planned from programming to directing and sang his rendition of Hideaki Tokunaga's "Rainy Blue" and AKB's "Heavy Rotation."
The highlight of the show came when the "Strong Baby" singer sang "WHAT CAN I DO," one of his title singles off the first solo mini-album "V.V.I.P" dropped in January, 2011.
Meanwhile, Big Bang--composed of G-Dragon, T.O.P, Taeyang, Daesung and Seungri--is currently continent-hopping for the group's world tour, dubbed "BIG BANG ALIVE TOUR 2012," the group's first world tour opening in 25 cities in 16 countries.
|Big Bang's Seungri dances at his fan meeting event held at the Shinkiba Studio Coast in Tokyo, Japan on August 26, 2012. [YG Entertainment]|
|Big Bang's Seungri sings to some 9,000 fans at his fan meeting event held at the Shinkiba Studio Coast in Tokyo, Japan on August 26, 2012. [YG Entertainment]|
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