G-Dragon's 'MOTTE Concert' In Macau Reveals His True Identity And Personality

G-Dragon is undoubtedly one of the most popular K-pop icons. Being a member of the hit K-pop boy group, BigBang, he experienced another milestone in his career as he recently had his concert in Macau with more than 12,000 people in attendance.

During his Macau concert, he took the opportunity to show his true self and expose his personal side to his fans. He did this by using his real name as the title of his latest solo album entitled, "Kwon Ji Yong."

The name of his concert tour was "G-Dragon 2017 World Tour Act III: MOTTE." According to TNP, based on the sold out tickets for the two-night concert, it is safe to say that the concert tour was indeed a success and that his fans embraced the other side of himself.

He debuted in the K-pop industry way back in 2009 and successfully became a part of BigBang. The first night of G-Dragon's concert had a blood red theme. Reports say that this represents his private life. It was held at the Cotai Arena located in The Venetian Macao.

According to Billboard, the concert lasted for two and a half hours and started with his hit solo, "Heartbreaker." During the concert, G-Dragon also showed his prowess and talent in doing gravity defying dance moves that made him stand out among other K-pop celebrities and idols in the industry.

The fans of BigBang united and wore yellow crown-shaped light sticks and used it as headbands. They went wild over every move that G-Dragon did in the stage. There were a total of 22 songs that G-Dragon sang and performed during his concert. It was a very big success for his career overseas.

Because of its enormous success, reports state that it is very possible that more solo concert tours of G-Dragon will happen.



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