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# [[Changmuneul Yeoreo]] (feat. [[G-Dragon]]) (창문을 열어; ''Open the Window'')
 
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# [[Magic (Seungri)|Magic]]
 
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# [[I Know (Seungri)|I Know]] (With [[IU]])
 
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''V.V.I.P'' is [[BIGBANG]]' [[Seungri]] solo debut mini-album. The title track and the song "[[Eojjeorago]]" were used as lead tracks. The album's cover logo ("V") comes in (randomly selected) five different colors; silver, gold, red, green and blue. A special CD+DVD Japanese edition was originally scheduled to be released on March 23, but was postponed to April 4 due to the [[Wikipedia:2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami|2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami]].
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''V.V.I.P'' is [[BIGBANG]]' [[Seungri]] solo debut mini-album. The title track and the song "[[Eojjeorago]]" were used as lead tracks. The album's cover logo ("V") comes in (randomly selected) five different colors; silver, gold, red, green and blue. A special CD+DVD Japanese edition was originally scheduled to be released on March 23, but was postponed to April 4 due to the [[Wikipedia:2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami|2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami]].  
 
 
== Oricon Chart Positions==
 
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'''Total Reported Sales:''' xx,xxx
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The Korean edition sold 41,812 copies in 2011 becoming the #33 album of the year. The Japanese edition reached #69 on Oricon charts, and charted for 2 weeks.
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==

Latest revision as of 11:59, 1 February 2013

Album Cover (Red Version)
Japanese Cover
Korean Covers
Artist
Seungri
Mini-Album
V.V.I.P
Released
2011.01.20
2011.04.06 (Japan)
Catalog Number
POCS-20003 (Japan)
Price
¥2,800 (Japan)
Tracklist
  1. V.V.I.P
  2. Eojjeorago (어쩌라고; What Do You Want Me to Do)
  3. Changmuneul Yeoreo (feat. G-Dragon) (창문을 열어; Open the Window)
  4. Magic
  5. I Know (With IU)
  6. White Love
  7. Outro (In My World)
Japan Edition DVD Tracklist
  1. V.V.I.P (PV)
  2. Eojjeorago (PV) (어쩌라고; What Do You Want Me to Do)


Information

V.V.I.P is BIGBANG' Seungri solo debut mini-album. The title track and the song "Eojjeorago" were used as lead tracks. The album's cover logo ("V") comes in (randomly selected) five different colors; silver, gold, red, green and blue. A special CD+DVD Japanese edition was originally scheduled to be released on March 23, but was postponed to April 4 due to the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami.

The Korean edition sold 41,812 copies in 2011 becoming the #33 album of the year. The Japanese edition reached #69 on Oricon charts, and charted for 2 weeks.

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