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Big Bang′s G-Dragon Again Shows He Can Stand Alone in Solo Concerts

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2013.04.01 10:54 CJ E&M enewsWorld Kim, JiYeon Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Big Bang′s G-Dragon welcomed 23,000 fans to his flaming show at his solo concerts, held from March 30-31.

Big Bang′s G-Dragon Again Shows He Can Stand Alone in Solo Concerts

The 2013 G-Dragon World Tour: One of a Kind concerts took place in Seoul and kicked off the singer′s world tour.

G-Dragon indeed showed he was ′one of a kind′ as he burst forth in his own style and personality all throughout the concert.

The singer appeared onstage in red hair and clothes, riding a glass car shining with the light reflected off of its frame. He immediately got his fans worked up into a frenzy as he performed Crazy GO (Michi GO) and Heartbreaker.

After performing the two songs, G-Dragon got his fans shouting with glee as he said, "Welcome to the show. Today (March 31)′s concert is the last. Are you ready to go crazy?"

He then performed with his YG Entertainment label mates Tablo, CL and Lee Hi. With Epik High′s Tablo he sang Light It Up, while with 2NE1′s CL he performed The Leaders and with Lee Hi he sang Without You.

He also sang Butterfly, Missing You, That XX, Today, This Love, Station of One Year, Nightmare, She′s Gone, Crayon and Fantastic Baby.

Big Bang′s G-Dragon Again Shows He Can Stand Alone in Solo Concerts

Despite being alone onstage for about two hours, G-Dragon left no room for his fans to miss the other Big Bang members, as he filled every corner of the stage perfectly with his solo presence.

The singer next plans to perform in 26 concerts across 13 cities in eight countries around the world.

Photo credit: YG Entertainment

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