Big Bang's G-Dragon Planning to Have a Complete Image Transformation?
By Staff Writer | August 05, 2012 09:28 AM EDT
G-Dragon has been drawing attention for his regular visits to the gym recently because it is very unlike him. G-Dragon has always been famous for his lean body that looks good wearing anything and everything. In general, he appeared to have no interest in building muscle whatsoever in the past, so the news of his visits to the gym has been stirring up the online communities.
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It has been reported that G-Dragon has been working out at the gym in the YG Entertainment building daily, several hours per day.
G-Dragon appears to be in full preparation mode for the upcoming release of his new solo album, which will be released at the end of August. A representative of YG Entertainment revealed, "It is not for a dramatic transformation. G-Dragon is working out to prepare his body for the exhausting schedule that is ahead of him. He is spending a couple of hours every day working out at the gym."
G-Dragon is already the center of attention in the media for the high expectations of his comeback solo album. When G-Dragon released his first solo album "Heartbreaker" in 2009, his musical talents were recognized as well as his sense of fashion. G-Dragon has always been a trend setter and is expected to come back with a shocking new trend in late August with the release of his new album.
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