BIGBANG member Seungri shares a photo on his Instagram account to give fans a glimpse on how his fellow members, G-Dragon shows his concern. Meanwhile, T.O.P. completed his one-month army training and is now ready to serve his country.
BIGBANG Members Like Messing With Seungri
So, how do BIGBANG members show their affection for one another? Well, according to Seungri, it’s by making fun and messing around. Soompi reports that the Lee Seung Hyun, more popularly known as Seungri, shared a photo on his Instagram account with his co-member, G-Dragon.
On the photo, BIGBANG fans can see the rapper doing all sorts of antics to Seungri. The source noted that the 26-year-old singer’s caption reads: “Seriously.. that’s enough now.” Reading the translation of Seungri’s caption, fans may get worried that their idol is pissed. However, the publication reported that he’s not, since he ended his caption with emojis.
The outlet noted that in the group’s appearance on MBC’s Radio Star show, G-Dragon, T.O.P., Taeyang and Daesung revealed that they like to mess with Seungri because it is their way to show their affection to the group’s youngest member.
BIGBANG’s T.O.P. Military Enlistment Update
Meanwhile, T.O.P.’s fans are probably dying to know what is the latest with the singer’s military training. Korea Portal reports that the singer, along with another artist JYJ’s Kim Junsu completed their one-month army training at the Nonsan Arm Training Center.
The two artists had a celebration ceremony yesterday, March 9. Unfortunately, the BIGBANG member did not attend the ceremony. An AllKPop report later revealed that T.O.P.’s absence was due to health reasons.
The latter report notes that T.O.P. and Junsu will now be assigned to Seoul’s District Police Department and South Gyeonggi Police Agency respectively. However, both artists will receive another three to four-week training in Gyeonggi province before they can fulfill their duties.
The outlet notes that the BIGBANG member is assigned at the riot police training center while Junsu will be at the task group police training center. The publication reported that the two South Korean artists commenced their mandatory military enlistment on Feb. 9.
T.O.P. and Junsu will complete their military duties in November 2018. The BIGBANG band member is the first among his group to do the mandatory military enlistment. The said enlistment is mandated by law for all South Korean males, aged between 18 to 35 years old.
BIGBANG released their MADE album last Dec. 2016. The album’s title tracks, Fxxk It, Last Dance and Girlfriend dominated the charts upon its digital release.