Big Bang releases 'Flower Road' as group goes on hiatus

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BIGBANG is expected to return to with new music as a group after each of the members completes their military service periods. Fans were seen gathered outside the place, saying their goodbyes to their favorite South Korean singer.

The K-pop quintet released "Flower Road" on Tuesday (March 13), marking a final sendoff before they begin a lengthy hiatus while band members serve in South Korea's military. Daesung and Taeyang sing during the refrain, "If you want to leave, I understand/ I'll scatter flowers on the road you'll walk on/ But if you ever miss me, please comeback". Additionally, it receives positive responses internationally as it tops iTunes Top Songs chart in 28 countries including New Zealand, Singapore, Taiwan and Brazil. The song itself exudes classic Big Bang vibes, a harmonious mix of hip-hop and R&B that nearly make you forget the enlistment of the members.

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BigBang's Flower Road is a "love letter" to fans before the military enlistment of Daesung, Taeyang and G-Dragon, and it is co-written by G-Dragon and TOP.

The youngest Big Bang member took to Instagram on Tuesday evening to share his thoughts on his mandatory military service. He plans to enlist after releasing a solo album sometime during the first half of the year. Balancing out melancholy and optimism, the track is an homage to BIGBANG's relationship with the millions of fans around the world who have supported them for over a decade.