In a press conference held by Galaxy Corporation, K-pop icon G-Dragon's new agency, plans for his comeback and a foundation to combat drug abuse were unveiled. Despite a recent police investigation, G-Dragon was cleared of drug-related allegations.
Cho Sung-hae, Chief ESG Officer of Galaxy Corporation, stated, "G-Dragon has nothing to do with illegal drug use. False rumours persist, damaging his image. Malicious commenters have a week to delete comments; legal action will follow."
G-Dragon, absent from the press conference, left a letter expressing his intent to establish a foundation to aid those in need of treatment for drug addiction. "I want to create a society of respect and fair treatment," wrote G-Dragon, pledging to actively work towards eradicating drugs.
Galaxy Corporation emphasized its commitment to G-Dragon's vision, signing an exclusive contract with the artist. G-Dragon's foundation aims to make its first donation under the name of his fan community, VIP.
Anticipated to hold a press conference with local reporters and meet fans early next year, G-Dragon's return signifies not only a musical comeback but also a dedication to social responsibility and advocacy against drug abuse. The artist aims to create a brighter society hand-in-hand with his loyal fan base.