G-Dragon, "I Become a Little Kid When I Get Off the Stage"
By Staff Writer | September 21, 2012 03:37 AM EDT
During an interview held yesterday, G-dragon said, "My daily self is very different from my image on stage. I try to be much more confident on stage."
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He continued, "My talking gets slower and clumsier when I get off the stage too. (laughs) And I turn into a little boy. There's a big gap from me on stage."
When he was asked what he does when he's not doing music, he said "There's not much I do. I meet up with my friends and watch movies. I spend the most time at our office building, and I work on music only for about 1~2 hours and spend the rest of my time talking with the guys there," laughing.
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