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G-Dragon has finally revealed the interior of his 9 billion Won luxury penthouse. Also, he drew attention by revealing his extraordinary love and perspective for art.
On the 23rd October, 2020, G-Dragon posted several photos of his house on social media.
G-Dragon currently lives in a villa located in Hannam-dong, Yongsan-gu. This place is known for a high-end penthouse of 9 billion won, and it has been a hot topic since the news of G-Dragon's move-in.
In the photographs, G-Dragon released the picture of the world-renowned painter Francis Bacon was standing out strikingly.
Irish expressionist painter Francis Bacon is one of the most controversial painters in the 20th-century European art scene. In particular, he is famous for portraying the inside of humans with an intense and bizarre style. He is also one of the painters whose works are currently traded at the world's highest prices.
G-Dragon has shown affection for the world of Francis Bacon's work enough to reveal that he wrote the song called 'Bae Bae' inspired by Francis Bacon's painting.
G-Dragon is a unique art lover in the entertainment industry and Big Bang T.O.P and BTS RM. He has a large collection of works by great artists such as George Kondo, Gerhard Richter, Jeff Koons, and Damien Hearst.
G-Dragon was also listed at the top of the '50 Notable Collectors' list published by the famous American art magazine 'Art News' last year.
Widely recognized for his influence on youth culture, fashion trends, and music in South Korea, G-Dragon was named by Forbes in 2016 as the most influential person under 30 in Asia's entertainment and sports. G-Dragon has written or co-written 23 number one songs on the Gaon Digital Chart (equivalent to the Billboard Hot 100), most of which he has also co-produced.