Big Bang’s Seungri Announce Plans for Solo Activities in Japan until September

By Staff Writer | June 19, 2012 08:47 PM EDT

Big Bang’s Seungri Announce Plans for Solo Activities in Japan until September
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Big Bang’s Seungri Announce Plans for Solo Activities in Japan until September

Popular group Big Bang member Seungri who is especially known for his fluent Japanese skill announced his plans to hold solo activities till September.

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Big Bang’s Seungri and Daesung on June 19 made an appearance for the recording of ‘All-Night Nippon.’ Seungri shared during the press conference that took place after the recording, although other members will be returning back to Korea however he will remain in Japan till September to focus on his solo activities.

According to reports Seungri is to make appearances on several variety programs stating his intent to appear alone in the media.

The episode featuring Big Bang, the very first K-Pop group to appear, on ‘All-Night Nippon’ will go on air on July 16.

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