Lee Seung-hyun, better known by his stage names Seungri and V.I, is a former South Korean singer, songwriter, record producer, actor, businessman, investor, DJ and creative director. In the mid-2000s, Seungri rose to prominence as one of three vocalists and youngest member of the South Korean boy band Big Bang under YG Entertainment, which eventually became one of the best-selling digital groups of all-time in Asia and one of the best-selling boy bands in the world. With the release of the group's second studio album Remember, in which the second single released, "Strong Baby", was performed solely by Seungri, he began to adopt a more mature image as an artist. Seungri furthered this image with the release of his first extended play, V.V.I.P in 2011. The EP debuted at number one on the Gaon Album Chart and yielded two singles: "VVIP" and "What Can I Do". The latter peaked at number seven on the Gaon Digital Chart and the album sold over 50,000 copies.
|Born:||Lee Seung-hyun, December 12, 1990, Gwangju, South Korea|
|Occupation:||Singer, songwriter, record producer, actor, businessman, investor, DJ, creative director|
|Twitter:||Seungri's Twitter profile|
|Instagram:||Seungri's Instagram profile|
Former member of the South Korean boy group Big Bang. He released his first solo album, VVIP, in 2011. In 2018, he began starring on the Netflix series YG Future Strategy Office.
He was a member of the dance group II Hwa in his hometown of Gwangju.
He has opened several schools in Korea called Joy Dance Plug - In Music Academy or "Seungri Academy."
His father is a former golf coach. He has a sibling named Lee Hanna.
He performed with G Dragon in Big Bang.
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