BIGBANG T.O.P Is Currently Under Police Investigation Because Of Flower Road

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On March 13, following Gdragon, Taeyang, and Daesung’s military enlistment, the group released one final song featuring all of BIGBANG’s voices together as a goodbye song for fans while the group is on hiatus serving the military.

On March 19, it has been revealed that BIGBANG T.O.P is currently under investigation by Yongsan District because of the release of “Flower Road.”




The song was revealed to have been recorded back in 2015-2016 while the group was promoting their MADE album release, they recorded it with fans in mind.

Yongsan district made an inquiry to Seoul’s police asking whether T.O.P broke article 28 of the laws regulating public service workers, the article states that public service workers are not allowed to assume any other job while enlisted.

Yongsan district released a statement confirming that they asked The Military Manpower Administration for confirmation whether the song release was allowed to begin with. They also revealed that the administration is currently looking over it, they will give an answer within this week.

Later it was revealed that T.O.P told the district that he recorded the song back in 2015-2016 and didn’t know that it was going to be released.

The district also requested that T.O.P submit his contract for investigation so they can look through the contract period as well as his relation with the song production process.

The Military Manpower Administration released a statement refusing to give any further comments on the matter.

Stay tuned for updates.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. I guess the military in South Korea doesn’t have much to really accomplish. They should concentrate on more important things. It’s not like he made the song while he was serving in the army. They should be training to defend their county in case of war- What if someone sold insurance policies and then enlisted. Does this mean they can’t collect their monthly commissions while they serve? Same thing but they are not idols

    • I hate to have to correct you here because I am also very frustrated. But selling insurance policies and collecting commission afterwards is something, recording a song 2 year ago and then releasing it a week ago (a year after you enlisted) is another…. its still frustrating and too much in my opinion.

  2. It doesn’t make sense that they’re targeting him coz most singers do recordings pre-MS, and release the songs digitally or as part of an album when they’re already doing their MS, case in point is Kyuhyun of SJ (also doing public service due to his accident). He did wrong but this one doesn’t seem fair.

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