BIGBANG's member, Daesung, has sucessfully wrapped up his Japanese solo tour and encore concert on February 11th!
Holding concerts in Tokyo on January 31st and February 1st, as well as at the Osaka Jo Hall on February 10th and 11th, Daesung met with local fans with a new show, singing his latest songs from his first original album D′s Love at his encore tour.
Beginning with a jam session in the opening, Daesung joined the band with drums, heating up the crowd. The concert started with Shut Up, smoothly leading into Rainy Rainy, Dress, and Omoi Tsunotte, capturing the fans with three ballads.
"It′s not a sad thing that it′s the final day. It′s a happy day! Because I was able to meet you all. Thank you for calling me out!" said Daesung, as he showcased special dances for Futari? Hitori! and Samete, Nemure.
With fog gently setting down on the stage, Daesung powerfully belted out Utautai No Ballad and Baby Don′t Cry, which was especially rearranged for the encore tour.
Daesung spent a cozy time with fans, telling them to make ′powerful turns′ if they wanted to change the mood when something unpleasant happened. Especially at the end of the tour, Daesung stated, "I′ll return with good music with Big Bang."
With the fans′ support at the end of the concert, Daesung returned to perform Konya wa Boogie Back, even showing fans his rap skills while wearing sunglasses. He told fans, "Like the other times, I′ll sing with you for four hours today too!" He then performed six songs total for the extra encore performances.
After the encore stages were done, Daesung reminisced of his solo activities in Japan as the band began to play Mirai Yosozu II. As a special event, fans put up placards that were written in Korean, "We are always by Daesung′s side!"
"Thank you for being my wings. Everyone who came to the concert are the main characters of my live performances. Let′s sing live again!" said Daesung as he wrapped up the concert.
After confirming his place as a solo artist in Japan through his arena tour, Daesung will return with Big Bang after three years.
Photo Credit: YG Entertainment