G-Dragon(Big Bang), "Going Out to 'Infinite Challenge' Alone Was a Bit Overwhelming"
By Staff Writer | September 20, 2012 06:14 PM EDT
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Yesterday, G-Dragon held an interview with reporters and said, "I watched every episode of 'Infinite Challenge' from episode 1. I really love it. Whether I go out to it or not, I watch every week's."
He continued, "I recently filmed for it, and we will be doing additional filming this week. I went out with all Big Bang members last night, but this time I was alone, so it was a bit overwhelming. There was even more responsibility because everyone knew I'm a big fan of Infinite Challenge."
He lastly added, "I personally don't really like going out as a guest of 'Infinite Challenge'. I'm also worried that the viewers won't like me. But I think it will still be fun because all the MCs helped me out."
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