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G-Dragon Admits He Thought His Music Career Was Over

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2012.02.14 13:42 CJ E&M enewsWorld Lee, KyungNam Translation Credit : Erika Kim

The preview video for the Healing Camp episode featuring Big Bang members Daesung and G-Dragon has been released.

The preview after the February 13 broadcast of SBS’ Healing Camp showed the members talking about how they had to go on a hiatus after being involved in a series of incidents.

G-Dragon Admits He Thought His Music Career Was Over

On May 31, Daesung crashed into a taxi stopped on Seoul’s Yanghwa Bridge and then hit the motorcycle driver Mr. Hyun, who had been knocked over nearby. Hyun was killed by the crash.

In the case of G-Dragon, he tested positive for drugs from a hair test in July after it was discovered in May that he had smoked marijuana in a Japan club, but was given a probation for many reasons including that his offense wasn’t serious enough for him to be sentenced as a drug offender.















About these incidents, Daesung and G-Dragon said, “We heard we were the axis of evil. I shouldn’t have, but I thought bad thoughts. I felt that my music career was at an end.”

Big Bang will be making a comeback from March 2-4 with an exclusive concert in Seoul.

Photo credit: SBS

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