Big Bang G-Dragon Reveals his Professionalism through World Tour Trailer
By Staff Writer | March 27, 2013 02:43 PM EDT
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G-Dragon revealed his 2013 world tour trailer on the official YG Entertainment blog.
The trailer revealed parts from his 'ONE OF A KIND' tour press conference that was held on March 21 as well as scenes from his rehearsals.
In this trailer, his fashion sense and passion for his concert could be seen. He was also seen giving his opinion on the production of the show as well. He stated his opinions to choreographers and other staff as well, showing his professionalism.
Creative director Travis Payne and Stacy Walker stated, "All our worries go away when working with him. We can't wait to see the show."
On the other hand, G-Dragon will open his world tour with a concert in Seoul on March 30-31.
G-Dragon's '2013 G-Dragon World Tour: ONE OF A KIND' will take place for 6 months as he travels to 8 countries, 13 cities for a total of 26 performances.
He recently also held a press conference on March 21 to reveal his thoughts and plans for his upcoming tour.
G-Dragon commented, "Although I am still a bit tired from our Big Bang world tour, I've gained a lot of strength and hope through our rehearsals for this solo tour. I feel that I will become more upgraded with my music through this tour as well."
When asked about his fashion sense, he commented, "I am not a designer or a model so I am a bit embarrassed when they title me as 'fashionista'. I just like clothes and that is why I try out different styles. Thanks to everyone that supports me."
G-Dragon plans to go solo and bring out his own sense of music and style to the world.
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