G-Dragon & Daesung, “We want to apologize before asking for forgiveness” + Taeyang,T.O.P & Seungri also appears in Healing Camp!
Previously, we reported that Big Bang members G-Dragon and Daesung would be appearing on SBS ‘Healing Camp‘. We have received further information about the recording.
According to reports, the show will take place at YG headquarters in Seoul. G-Dragon and Daesung will once again be apologizing to viewers and fans through the show for their previous controversies, which includes a fatal car accident and marijuana usage. Their first formal apology occurred back in December of last year during the ‘15th Anniversary YG Family Concert‘.
An insider from the show revealed that the two members had a long talk with hosts Lee Kyung Kyu, Kim Jae Dong, and Han Hye Jin as they reflected back on the hardships they suffered in 2011. The two idols firmly stated, “We want to apologize before asking for forgiveness.”
Fortunately, the mood of the set wasn’t all dark and sad. Fellow members Taeyang, T.O.P, and Seungri also made appearances during the middle of the show and really brightened the atmosphere with fun talks.
Big Bang will be commencing their world tour, ‘Big Bang Alive Tour 2012‘ on March 2nd. The tour will hold concerts in 16 countries and 25 cities. The group is also slated to release their 5th album on the 29th of this month.
Source + Photos: Osen
Translated by: AKP
Daesung & G-Dragon to appear at SBS’ Healing Camp!
Big Bang’s G-Dragon and Daesung will be making appearances on SBS’ Healing Camp.
A source from the broadcast told enews on February 10, “G-Dragon and Daesung attended the shoot for the SBS talk show Healing Camp on February 9. The two told their stories with an honest attitude.”
The two members talked about what their situation was like last year while they took time off from their career. This is the first time they will be opening up on the issue.
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.
After the two members had been involved in these incidents, Big Bang had to announce it was going on hiatus, and postponed all plans for its new album. Daesung recently made a comeback with the MBN drama What’s Up, and G-Dragon started performing again at the YG Family Concert.
The episode featuring Daesung and G-Dragon will air near the end of February.
Source & Translated by: eNewsworld