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Daesung (BIGBANG)

Weight: 62 kg
Height: 179 cm
Real name: 강대성 / Kang Dae Sung
Date of Birth: April 26, 1989

Daesung (BIGBANG)

About Daesung (BIGBANG)

Daesung (BIGBANG) Facts

  • Group K-Pop BIGBANG.
  • Position: Vocalist and Dancer.
  • Education:
    • KyeongIn High School.
  • Specialties: Singing and playing drums.
  • Hobbies: Rap, beat boxing.
  • Favorite Artist: Usher, Omarion, Ne-Yo, Wheesung.
  • Due to a car accident in 2009 Daesung suffered a broken nose, in the same part that he had injured when he was little. There are also some problems with the alignment of the spinal cord, Daesung suffered superficial injuries on his face and arms. Although his arm appeared to be injured, after the check-up it was nothing serious.
  • In the early morning of May 31, 2011, Daesung was involved in a traffic accident while driving his car colliding with a cab that was in turn assisting a motorcyclist who had previously been hit at the scene.
  • He enlisted in the military on March 13, 2018, just one day after the enlistment of Tae Yang according to YG Entertainment Daesung had always wanted to enlist at the same time as the rest of his members, so he applied for enlistment in 2017.
  • Concluded compulsory military service on November 10, 2019.

Biography

Dae Sung was born in Itaewon and attended KyeongIn High School, but dropped out after a year to focus on his activities with BIGBANG. Eventually, he passed his college entrance exams in 2008 and entered Kyunghee University in Seoul. Although his parents were opposed to the idea of him becoming a singer, Dae Sung pursued a singing career and was eventually hired by YG Entertainment after auditioning.

He later appeared in a reality show that documented the formation of idol group BIGBANG with five other students. G-Dragon, T.O.P, Tae Yang, Seung Ri and Hyun Seung shortly after BIGBANG’s debut, Dae Sung was diagnosed with vocal chord nodules. For nearly a year, he struggled desperately with his voice and developed sociophobia and stage fright.

However, he was able to recover with the help of singer and label mate Gummy before the release of BIGBANG’s second album, Dae Sung’s condition improved drastically.

Daesung (BIGBANG) Advertisement

  • Cyon
  • Electrolux School
  • AVAIL
  • SK Telecom’s “T”
  • Baskin Robbins 31
  • NII

Daesung (BIGBANG) Collaborations

  • Gummy – Shinai Naru Kimi e (2013)
  • Lee Hyo Ri – How Did We Get (12-April-2010)
  • Family Outing -Family’s Day (08-June-2009)
  • Ne;MO – Ije, Uri… (October 15, 2007)

Daesung (BIGBANG) Drama

  • What’s Up? (MBN, 2011)
  • Haru: An Unforgettable Day in Korea (CGV, 2010)

Daesung (BIGBANG) Musicals

  • CATS (Rum Ton Tiger) (2008)

Daesung (BIGBANG) TV Programs

  • Running Man (SBS, 2012) Ep. 84-85
  • 2010: Night After Night
  • Family Outing
  • Show! Music Center (MBC, 2008)
  • Good Sunday (SBS, 2008)

Daesung (BIGBANG) TV Drama’s

  • Lunatic theme for What’s Up? (2011)

Towers

  • Daesung “D’scover” Tour 2013
    • march 24 and 25 – Kobe, Japan – Kobe World Memorial Hall
    • march 30 and 31 – Tokyo, Japan – Nippon Budokan
    • 01 and 02 May – Chiba, Japan – Ichikawa City Cultural Hall
    • May 04 – Niigata, Japan – Niigata Prefectural Civic Center
    • May 06 – Aomori, Japan – Aomori City Cultural Hall
    • May 08 – Sapporo, Japan – Nitori Culture Hall
    • 12 May – Sendai, Japan – Sendai Sun Plaza Hall
    • May 14 – Saitama, Japan – Omiya Sonic City
    • May 16 – Tokyo, Japan – Fuchu Forest Art Theater
    • may 18 and 19 – Nagoya, Japan – Aichi Prefectural Art
    • 23 May – Kobe, Japan – Kobe International Exhibition Hall
    • 24 May – Takamatsu, Japan – Alpha Anabuki Hall
    • 26 May – Kurashiki, Japan – Kurashiki Bikan Hall
    • May 27th – Hiroshima, Japan – Hiroshima Bunka Gakuen Hall
    • 04 June – Nagasaki, Japan – Nagasaki Brick Hall
    • 06 and 07 Fukuoka, Japan – Fukuoka Sun Palace Hotel & Hall
    • June 13 – Shiga, Japan – Biwako Hall
    • june 15 and 16 – Osaka, Japan – Grand Cube Osaka
    • 18 June – Yokohama, Japan – Yokohama Arena
  • Daesung “D’slover” Tour 2014-2015
    • june 11 and 12 – Yokohama, Japan – Yokohama Arena
    • june 19, 21 & 22 – Kobe, Japan – Kobe World Memorial Hall
    • June 24 – Fukuoka, Japan – Fukuoka Convention Center
    • 26 and 27 June – Osaka, Japan – Osaka Castle Hall
    • 28 and 29 June – Sendai, Japan – Xebio Arena
    • July 05 – Sapporo, Japan – Hokkaido Prefectural Sports Center
    • july 12 and 13 – Nagoya, Japan – Nippon Gaishi Hall
    • july 17 and 18 – Tokyo, Japan – Nippon Budokan
    • 26 and 27 July – Osaka, Japan – Osaka Jo Hall
    • January 31 – Tokyo, Japan – Yoyogi National Stadium
    • february 01 – Tokyo, Japan – Yoyogi National Stadium
    • 10 and 11 February – Osaka, Japan – Osaka Jo Hall
  • D-lite Japan Dome Tour 2017
    • 15 and 16 April – Saitama, Japan – Seibu Dome
    • 22 and 23 April – Osaka, Japan – Kyocera Dome
  • D-lite “D-Show – Vol.1” 2017-2018
    • august 11 and 12 – Urayasu, Japan – Maihama amphitheater
    • 16 and 17 August – Fukuoka, Japan – Fukuoka Sun Palace
    • august 20 and 25 – Osaka, Japan – Orix Theater
    • august 30 – Sendai, Japan – Sendai Sun Plaza
    • 06 and 07 September – Nagoya, Japan – Aichi Prefectural Art Theater
    • 09 September – Saitama, Japan – Saitamashi Bunka Center
    • 17 and 18 September – Hokkaido, Japan – Nitori Culture Hall
    • 22 September – Hiroshima, Japan – Hiroshima Bunka Gakuen Hall
    • 23 September – Õita, Japan – Iichiko synthesis Cultural Center Guranshiata
    • 25 September – Kagoshima, Japan – Kagoshima Cultural Hall
    • 27 September – Nagasaki, Japan – Nagasaki Brick Hall
    • 30 September – Õtsu, Japan – Shiga Prefectural Art Theater Biwako Hall Great Hall
    • 01 October – Kurashiki, Japan – Kurashiki Community Hall
    • 03 October – Kobe, Japan – Kobe International House
    • 06, 08 and 09 October – Osaka, Japan – Orix Theater
    • 13 and 14 October – Urayasu, Japan – Maihama amphitheater
    • october 17 – Niigata, Japan – Niigata Prefectural Civic Center
    • 19 October – Kanazawa, Japan – Hokuriku Electric Power Center Honorable Mori Hall
    • october 22 – Osaka, Japan – Orix Theater
    • october 25 – Tokyo, Japan – Nakano Sun Plaza
    • october 27th – Yokohama, Japan – Pacific Yokohama
    • october 31 – Kobe, Japan – Kobe International House
    • 06 and 07 January – Hawaii, USA – Hawaii Theatre

Daesung (BIGBANG) is a member of:

Big Bang

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