G-Dragon, a member of popular K-pop boy group BIGBANG recently got discharged from military service and he shared photos on Instagram.
The star shared several photos related to his military service on Oct 29 with photos showing him in uniform, a badge that reads ‘peaceminusone’ in Korean, artwork and other memories from his time in the service.
For the caption, G-Dragon wrote “2018.2.27 – 2019.10.26,” signifying the period of time he spent serving in the army.
The BIGBANG member served in the 3rd Infantry Division, known as the “White Skull” or skeleton unit at Cheorwon, Gangwon Province, and he included a white skull flag in his caption as well as tagged the location of his unit.
On Oct 26, G-Dragon was discharged and he greeted his fans. Both T.O.P. and Dami Kwon celebrated his return.
T.O.P wrote on his personal Instagram story, sharing a screenshot of his conversation with G-Dragon.
He wrote, “Congratulations on being discharged. Free G! Congrats.” G-Dragon responded with, “Thank you for taking care of my time during my time in the military,” and received a heart emoticon from T.O.P in return.
She shared a photo of the family with the caption, “Welcome back, celebratory party. Our family is complete.”
Along with G-Dragon, Dami Kwon, and their parents is Kim Min Joon, who Dami Kwon got married to earlier this month.
G-Dragon is the second member of BIGBANG to be discharged from the military following T.O.P.
G-Dragon, whose real name is Kwon Ji-yong was born 18 August 1988 and he is a singer-songwriter, rapper, record producer, entrepreneur and fashion icon. He is often known as the king of K-pop.
When G-Dragon was 12, he trained at South Korean entertainment label YG Entertainment for six years before debuting in 2006 as the leader of hip hop boy band BIGBANG. BIG BANG is one of the most best-selling boy bands globally.
Formed by YG Entertainment, BIGBANG consists of four members, G-Dragon, T.O.P, Taeyang and Daesung. Former member Seungri retired from the industry on 11 March 2019.Follow us on Social Media
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