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Block B's Zico Addresses G-Dragon Comparisons, Future Goals In Beauty+ Interview

By Elsa B. | January 12, 2016 11:58 AM EST

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Block B's Zico [Woo Ji Ho] starred in "EUREKA" for the January issue of Beauty+.

The rapper was all about bold color while modeling a paisley suit, evening blazers and wool coats by brands like Binary Homme and UNIQLO. The star's dramatic makeup included pink eyeshadow under his eyes, rather than over his lids. The magazine referred to Zico as a "musical genius" because his song archive showed great variety.

During the interview, Zico was asked about his New Year's resolution.

"Rather than reaching for one immense goal, I'm the type to continuously create achievable goals for myself," he explained. "Right now I achieved my [last] goal, since [my album] Gallery is receiving a favorable reception. So I'm planning my next goal. For now, it's a secret."

The artist also revealed his opinion about the comparison of K-pop group leaders in social media.

"Group leaders are participating in producing albums and many are interested in fashion. People do compare me a lot to G-Dragon and other seniors like him since my debut." He admitted. "I appreciate that. G-Dragon is an icon and trendsetter. But I'm also different from the rest. I want to create my own unique brand."

Check out the behind-the-scenes video on set below!

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About the Author: Elsa is the founder, head writer, and editor of KPopBreak.com. In her website, she covers K-pop celebrity style, Korean actress beauty trends, red carpet appearances and Seoul Fashion Week news.

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