Jan 12, 2017


South Korean boy band BIG BANG finished its latest tour in Japan, emerging as the first non-Japanese band to throw the event for four years straight.
The five-member act wrapped up “BIGBANG10 THE CONCERT: 0.TO.10 FINAL” in Kyosera Dome in Osaka on Thursday, the band’s agency YG Entertainment said in a press release.
The Japan tour, which began in November, drew some 781,500 viewers.
In the final concert of the tour, BIG BANG performed 22 songs for around three hours. BIG BANG kicked off the performance with its Japan debut single “My Heaven,” and stirred up K-pop fever with “We Like 2 Party” and “Hands Up.” For its encore, the band played “Last Farewell,” “Lie” and “Bae Bae.”
“Tonight is another great memory to take with me. Thank you for always standing by us,” said BIG BANG’s rapper T.O.P as the concert drew to an end. “We may be apart for some time, but it will only make our ties stronger. I will miss you so much, take care till we meet again.”
T.O.P is slated to serve his compulsory two-year military service in South Korea, starting Feb. 9.
In addition to the Japan tour, BIG BANG’s third and latest full-length album “MADE THE FULL ALBUM” is enjoying unwavering popularity at home.
Released on Dec. 13, the LP has remained in the top spot on the mainstream music charts at home for 12 consecutive days.
Source: Yonhap News

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