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Seungri is set to come back to Singapore for a one night only act, this time as a DJ

SINGAPORE – Singer. Actor. Entertainer. Entrepreneur. Whatever occupation in the media industry that comes to mind, Seungri probably makes the cut for it. 27-year-old Lee Seung Hyun, better known by his pseudonym Seungri, is set to visit our sunny island this September. This time, not as a member of K-pop extravaganza Bigbang, nor as a tourist on a surprise visit. He’s ready to rock the stage at Zouk alongside Alan Walker and Corsak.

This multi-talented artiste revealed sheepishly in a recent interview that his brand reputation index is high for the first time in 13 years. Well, he then explained further that this was because his hyungs (Korean word for elder brother) are enlisted in the army, all the endorsements swarmed to him.


Indeed, we won’t deny that there’s no truth in what he said. His first solo Korean album, The Great Seungri, which was released last month features two title tracks, 1, 2, 3! and Where R U From (ft. MINO), and as you’ve might already have expected, it is no surprise that it took the charts by storm.

He is also currently in the midst of his world tour, The Great Seungri, which is scheduled to stop over different cities of the world. 
Coming September, he would not be performing as the maknae (Korean word for youngest) of Bigbang at mega stadiums as part of their world tours or as a solo artist. Instead, fans can definitely expect a charismatic twist, as he hypes the crowd at Zouk, where one can truly get the “best nightspot experience” here in Singapore.

Who would have known that Seungri, with soulful vocals, overwhelming emotions and out of the ordinary humor was a party animal who could stand in front of the DJ table jumping till late with clubbers?
Seungri aims to prove us wrong again with his upcoming trip here, so be sure to get yourself at Zouk Singapore and party the night away with him. We’re looking forward to his act!

This event is brought to you by Music Matters.

Words: Avier Tan
Photos: Music Matters

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