In late October, it was reported that BIGBANG‘s G-Dragon was accused of drug abuse following an investigation into actor Lee Sun Kyun.
The star denied the allegations as netizens reflected on his past behaviors, and brands G-Dragon worked with remained neutral to the situation.
Ultimately, the star tested negative for drug usage and addressed the scandal on Instagram, saying that wrongs would always be righted.
All things will eventually return to their righteous state.
At first, what is wrong may prevail due to not being able to tell what is right, but before long, all things will return to their righteous state.
Before the drug results, G-Dragon met with Incheon Police, where his arrival attracted much attention. The star was dropped off in a BMW, one of the brands he represents.
While speaking with the media afterward, another aspect of G-Dragon’s overall appearance attracted attention — his glasses.
The stylish pair of glasses are the Zephyrin (Nior 3) from Jacques Marie Mage and are priced at ₩1.27 million KRW (about $972 USD). As a result of his appearance, it seems the glasses sold out!
Many were left impressed by G-Dragon’s star power, even under the circumstances he was in at the time.
The #GDRAGON glasses x Jacques Marie Mage have just Sold Out right after the outdoor interview.
Kfans checking on GD glasses and quickly buying them. 😎🤓💛🙏 GD impact pic.twitter.com/wsQe88Nt0R
— G-Dragon is the manual (@WhiteTamar1) November 6, 2023
LMAO THIS IS FUNNY!!
VIPs win the idgaf war 😭😭😭
GD always serving 😂
A man of impact~💕 https://t.co/FNZe2NIR5P
— Tiny⛈ᵒᵗ⁸ (@hiraethcloud) November 7, 2023
OMFG 🤣🤣🤣 All these years as his fan and I'll never get over how fast everything he wears sell out. The price on these glasses are insane but they've already sold out and that's INSANE!!! 💛 https://t.co/2l41BJhfV5
— Awkbe | #WeStandWithGDRAGON (@OfficialAwkBe) November 6, 2023
G-Dragon’s “sell-out” power has been proven time and time again. The special edition BMW he modeled earlier this year was in high demand, with the supply unable to meet the demand for the car in Korea.