Here’s Why G-Dragon’s YouTube Documentary Will Be Straight Fire
Fans of South Korean rapper G-Dragon can catch a new documentary about the K-pop star on YouTube.
The Korea Herald reported Kwon Ji-yong Act 3: M.O.T.T.E, a video and concert footage featuring the 30-year-old performer, born Kwon Ji-yong, will debut Sept. 5 on YouTube Originals.
Big Bang's agency, YG Entertainment, shared a trailer for the documentary Wednesday.
"(KWON JI YONG) Act III: M.O.T.T.E Official trailer #GD #GDRAGON #BIGBANG #ACTIII #MOTTE #YOUTUBEORIGINAL #YG," the company wrote.
YG Entertainment said the documentary focuses on G-Dragon as a person rather than his superstar persona.
"G-Dragon before glory and fame, Kwon Ji Yong was his name," the teaser reads. "G-Dragon & Kwon Ji Yong Inbetween the two, the moment of Truth."
G-Dragon and Big Bang, one of the most successful acts in Korea, celebrated their 10th anniversary as a group in 2016. G-Dragon has also had a successful solo career, and last released the EP Kwon Ji Young in June 2017.
Big Bang is presently on hiatus as G-Dragon and other members of the group complete their mandatory military service.
By Annie Martin, UPI.com
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