Caption: #Tokyodometourday_1 goodnight tokyo
This is a twitter conversation that G-Dragon and Tablo (of Epik High) had after Tablo posted on his twitter he would answer 3 questions from fans about their albums.
@blobyblo 형 그 5집에 말이에요..하루는 왜 그렇게 귀여워요?
— G-DRAGON (@IBGDRGN) March 22, 2014
Translation: “@blobyblo Hyung, about that 5th album.. Why is Haru so cute?””
@blobyblo:”So sudden kkk Haru will go crazy when she sees this Jiyong-ah kkk”
@ibgdrgn:”@blobyblo Please tell her that I’m not an uncle but an oppa, Keep calling me Oppa Kkk”
@IBGDRGN 알겠습니다 하루오빠 권지용
— 타블로 † TABLO (@blobyblo) March 22, 2014
Translation: “I got it. Haru’s oppa Kwon Jiyong”
Translation: @BIGBANGGisVIP ; @ShrimpLJY ; bigbangupdates
Haru : Ask Uncle Jiyong if he has ever had this delicious cereal
As if things couldn’t get any cuter in Haru and Big Bang’s G-Dragon’s relationship, it does.
In the upcoming episode of KBS’ Superman is Back, Haru continues to fan girl over her favorite Big Bang member, G-Dragon.
At the breakfast table, Haru handed her dad, Epik High’s Tablo, some cereal, suggesting that he call G-Dragon and find out if he had some of this cereal before. Being the obedient father that he is, Tablo called up G-Dragon, asking, ‘Have you had this cereal that’s red and green?”
On March 7, YG Entertainment announced that it planning to open “YG Land” in North America. The entertainment company has partnered up with M+D Properties to secure a location that will act as their outpost for their North American entry. The location will be in an upcoming outdoors mall in Orange County called “The Source.” The mall is set to open later this year, and is conveniently located in Buena Park, a mile away from Knots Berry Farm.
YG Entertainment will use “YG Land” to promote their artists, including PSY, Big Bang, and 2NE1, with a wide range of content while also looking into more U.S. activities. The location will also have a recording studio, practice room, and perhaps even a theater as an all-purpose location for their artist to work on full-scale productions in the U.S.