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Earlier today, reports stated that the Seoul Regional Military Manpower Administration is looking into whether the release of BIGBANG's “Flower Road” is a violation of a military rule that prohibits soldiers from engaging in additional business.
A source from YG Entertainment said, “Fans already know that ‘Flower Road' was recorded two years ago while working on the ‘MADE' album. This is something that was made known the general public through media reports. We don't understand why this is being made into an issue.”
In addition, other celebrities have released songs after enlisting as gifts to fans who have to wait for their discharge.
“Flower Road” was released on March 13 and is topping music charts all over the world. The song recently achieved a perfect all-kill as well.


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Patricia   1 year ago
But isn't it that Flower Road was created years ago? I mean, they're technically not engaging in additional business lol unless they did performed it inside the military hahaha
1 year ago
KatrineModerator   1 year ago
nothing wrong with it though...
1 year ago
ChanaJiHyun   11 months ago
Ugh, this sounds like people just trying to look for problems where there are none...love Flower Road, love TOP! Obviously they planned ahead, knowing we would be needing our Big Bang fix while's gone!
11 months ago

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