The world-famous K-pop group are celebrating their 10th anniversary this year.
A decade after kicking off their careers, the five members of Big Bang are planning a large-scale concert celebration.
Several K-pop artists won awards during the Japan Gold Disk Awards.
The Japanese album release hit number one on Japan's Oricon chart and set a new sales record.
The group will be performing the Japanese versions of some of their MADE hits on the internationally syndicated music show.
Big Bang's single titled "Let's Not Fall In Love" reaches a milestone after "Bang Bang Bang" and "Fantastic Baby" reached theirs.
The two YG Entertainment artists will appear in new ads for the company's cosmetics brand.
Always fashion ready, T.O.P will be taking part of the spring 2016 fashion week celebration as he flies out to Paris to attend the Dior Homme fashion show.
Another awards show, another chance for a Big Bang member to strike fear in the hearts of the K-pop boy band's longtime fans. This time it was T.O.P at Wednesday's Golden Disk Awards in Seoul, South Korea.
As fans speculate that this may be the last tour all five members will be together on stage before military enlistment, now is the chance to see them for three nights in a row.
One member holds nearly 40% of the group's combined assets.
The group has released the Japanese versions for two of their hit 'MADE' Series singles.
Two of K-pop's top-selling acts of 2015 - YG Entertainment's popular male group Big Bang and SM Entertainment hit-makers EXO - have signed on to appear at the awards festival.
This is the first year the group has been number one on the list.
Despite previously saying they would not appear at any other end of the year awards ceremonies, the group will attend the Golden Disk Awards on January 20 and 21.
Following their epic performance at the Mnet Asian Music Awards earlier this month, the group will not appear at any other year-end ceremonies.
Big Bang was the only idol group to make the list of Korean celebrities with the highest incomes this year.
They will be part of a physical repackaged album that will also include Japanese music videos for two of the tracks.
Big Bang dazzled audiences through their North American MADE Tour, which is currently available on DramaFever.