BIG BANG News: G-Dragon's Solo Concert At 65,000-seater Seoul World Cup Stadium Sold Out In 8 Minutes!
BIG BANG leader G-Dragon has sold out his third solo concert entited “Mother’s Womb” in just the space of eight minutes. G-Dragon’s solo concert may hold the record for the quickest time to sell the most number of tickets for any solo K-pop act.
According to a report by Koreaboo, tickets to G-Dragon’s solo concert which was only announced last week, went on sale on April 13 and sold out in the space of 8 minutes. This is an especially amazing feat since G-Dragon’s solo concert is happening in a major venue like the Seoul World Cup stadium which holds a seating capacity of 65,000.
Based on the Auction website, G-Dragon’s solo concert “Act III: MOTTE or Mother’s Womb” sold out all seats including seating, floor and table sold out within minutes that sales went online. Many fans are still trying to look for tickets but there has been no announcement yet if YG will be making more tickets available or if they are considering a second night performance to accommodate the demand of GD’s fans.
It is a testament to G-Dragon’s influence that he managed to sell out a major venue like the Seoul World Cup Stadium for his solo performance. However, the feat achieved by G-Dragon’s solo concert should really not come as a major shock since the BIG BANG leader also caused Nike’s Vapormax Air line to sell out in Korea within minutes that it went online. G-Dragon was revealed to the be the brand ambassador for the Nike shoe line for the Kiss My Airs global campaign.
Meanwhile, fans have been wondering what the 3:33 on several of G-Dragon’s Instagram posts are about. The BIG BANG leader has been posting several images with the number which some fans believe could be related to G-Dragon’s solo concert or his third album.
Some fans believe that G-Dragon’s solo album could be releasing at 3:33 am. Some are thinking that it could be the time that G-Dragon was born because he has been posting a lot of photos related to his childhood recently.