“Currently, the military base where G-Dragon, Taeyang, and Daesung are serving their mandatory service duties is considered an entry point for the spread of the African swine fever virus; in order to prevent the virus from spreading any further, the military base is strengthening quarantine operations and advises visitors to refrain from entering the area.”
The label continued, “As administrative authorities have also issued a serious warning regarding this virus, we firmly as that fans do not visit the Big Bang members’ military discharge sites, for both your own safety as well as to prevent the virus from spreading.”
This month and November, Big Bang members G-Dragon, Taeyang and Daesung will all be discharged from their mandatory military service.
G-Dragon, whose real name is Kwon Ji-yong is nicknamed king of K-pop. He is a singer-songwriter, rapper, record producer, entrepreneur and fashion icon based in South Korea.
When he was twelve years old, he trained for six years at South Korean entertainment label YG Entertainment.
In 2006, G-Dragon debuted as the leader of hip hop boy band Big Bang which is one of the most popular boy bands globally.
In 2016, Forbes named G-Dragon as the most influential person under 30 in Asia’s entertainment and sports. /TISG