G-Dragon to Receive Special Award From Korea's Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism

By Mei Manuel, October 22, 2016 01:10 AM

G-Dragon(All K Pop)

BIG BANG's fearless leader G-Dragon has officially been invited to receive a special award in recognition of his success as a top idol and his contribution to the growth of Hallyu worldwide sponsored by the Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

The top idol will be receiving his award in the 2016 Pop Culture and Arts Awards, which will be held on October 27. This award ceremony happens every year and 30 individuals from the field of entertainment and those who have contributed to the growth of pop-culture and arts will be recognized.

Previous winners of this prestigious award are Jun Ji Hyun, JYJ and I.U.

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