The Nike Air Force 1 Para-noise launches at Dover Street Market Singapore on an online raffle basis on Saturday (23 November). A pair retails for S$279.
The photo-sharing app has announced its inaugural Korea Instagram Awards, where they recognised the most popular accounts over the past year.BIGBANG’s G-Dragon picked up the Most-Loved Account award and was also one of 2017’s Top 5 Most Followed Accounts.Other recipients of 2017’s Top 5 Most Followed Accounts were Taeyeon from Girls’ Generation and three members of boy band EXO – Baekhyun, Chanyeol and Sehun. Chanyeol also won the Most Liked Post, with over 1.5 million likes.According to Chosun News, Kwon Hyun-bin, former contestant of talent show “Produce 101 Season Two” and current member of boy group JBJ, also picked up the award for the Fastest Growing Account.Taeyeon was also in the list for the Top 5 Most Viewed Instagram Stories, along with fellow Girls’ Generation member Sooyoung. Topping this Top 5 list however, was the girl group’s former member Jessica Jung.Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook.
Footage from a video shared on Facebook shows the leader of popular Korean group BIGBANG performing the song “A Boy”, failing to notice an opening in the stage behind him, which was meant for a stage lift.
G-Dragon, leader of popular K-pop group, BIGBANG, said farewell to his fans here at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on 24 and 25 June as part of his “ACT III, M.O.T.T.E” 2017 world tour, where he also talked about the struggle between his stage and real-life identities.
Some of Korea’s biggest stars turned up at the CHANEL Mademoiselle Privé Exhibition held at the D MUSEUM in Seoul, South Korea on Wednesday (21 June).The exhibition first made its debut in London in 2015, and is being held for the second time in Seoul from 23 June to 19 July at D MUSEUM.Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook.
It’s going to be an exciting weekend ahead, as some of the most recognisable names in music, retail and animation arrive in Singapore.
BIGBANG’s leader, G-Dragon, kicked off his world tour “ACT III, M.O.T.T.E” in Seoul on 10 June (Saturday) at the Seoul World Cup Stadium, with approximately 40,000 in attendance.
BIGBANG’s leader, G-Dragon, is set to release his third solo album “KWON JI YONG” in a USB flash drive instead of a CD.
BIGBANG’s TOP has admitted to using marijuana before his military enlistment. Last week, it was reported that K-pop group BIGBANG’s T.O.P would be facing charges after testing positive for using marijuana in October 2016. T.O.P, whose real name is Choi Seung-hyun, enlisted the Korean military as a conscripted policeman earlier in February.
Tickets to G-Dragon's "“ACT III, M.O.T.T.E” 2017 concert in Singapore range from $148 to $348 and will go on sale on 20 May at 12pm via SportsHub's website.
BIGBANG member G-Dragon’s private Instagram account (@peaceminusone) has been hacked, publicly revealing personal photos taken with his rumoured girlfriend, Japanese model, Nana Komatsu. Another photo shows a woman - speculated by fans to be Komatsu - with her back to the camera being hugged by G-Dragon.