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is a South Korean singer, songwriter, record producer, actor, and entrepreneur.
In the mid-2000s, Seungri rose to prominence as one of three vocalists and youngest member of the South Korean boy band Big Bang under YG Entertainment, which eventually became one of the best-selling digital group of all-time in Asia and one of the best-selling boy bands in the world. The EP debuted at number one on the Gaon Album Chart and yielded two singles: "VVIP" and "What Can I Do" (Korean: 어쩌라고, Revised Romanization: Eojjeolago).
Seungri later admit that bandmate G-Dragon was initially cold towards Daesung and himself because G-Dragon had trained for six years with Taeyang to become a hip hop duo and disliked being placed in a band.
Despite this, the two eventually bonded over watching the Korean drama Princess Hours.
His next solo fanmeeting was on September 9, 2012 held in Osaka. He promoted the singles "Gotta Talk to You" (Korean: 할말 있어요, Revised Romanization: Na Jigeum Halmal Isseoyo) and the eponymous title track.
The drama was based on the manga The Kindaichi Case Files, and premiered in January 2013. In October of the same year, he released his first Japanese album, selling over 14,000 copies in its first day and topping the Oricon Charts.
Hoping to pursue a career in the entertainment industry, Seungri appeared in survival program Let's Coke Play! The formation of the group was documented on television.
Ongaku Banzuke Eight, interviewing celebrities such as Oguri Shun, Exile's Akira, Miori Takimoto, Takei Emi, Perfume.
He had his first Japanese show Seungchan's Complete Victory Declaration on Space Shower TV.
The dance academy is located in Gwangju, Daejeon, Mokpo, and Seoul.
Students of the academy learn how to sing, dance, and act. On December 2016, he launched a Japanese ramen restaurant franchise called Aori Ramen in Seoul.