Big Bang's leader G-Dragon got a scare of his life when he accidentally fell into a stage hole during his concert in Bangkok, Thailand on July 8.
G-Dragon held the Bangkok leg of his "Act III: M.O.T.T.E" world tour on July 7 and 8 at the Impact Arena.
He was performing "A Boy" on stage when he didn't notice that the hole for the stage lift was open. When he turned around it was too late and he fell into the hole.
Staff quickly rushed to help him and in a few minutes, he was back on stage to continue performing.
Fans were worried that G-Dragon may have suffered injuries because of the fall. However, YG Entertainment assured them that he was all right.
"The lift was originally supposed to come down at that time, but G-Dragon missed the timing because he was so focused on the stage Thankfully, he landed upright, so there were no injuries, and G-Dragon himself said he was fine to go on with the concert and he finished the concert," the agency said, according to AllKpop.
It added, "He even went to the celebratory dinner afterward with the staff after the concert in a great mood."
G-Dragon launched the world tour in Seoul on June 10 and has so far completed legs in Singapore, Macau and Thailand.
YG Entertainment recently announced that Europe was added to the world tour with concerts to be held in Birmingham, London, Amsterdam, Paris and Berlin.
This will be the first time that G-Dragon will be performing as a solo artist in Europe although Big Bang held a concert in London in 2012, according to YG Entertainment.
"This has more meaning as he will be holding concerts in five major European cities. G-DRAGON has built quite a name for himself by participating in high profile fashion shows and events. However, now G-DRAGON's fans in Europe will actually be able to see him perform," the agency said, according to the YG blog.
From Thailand, G-Dragon will proceed to North America for concerts in the US in San Jose, Inglewood, Houston, Chicago, Miami and Brooklyn, and in Toronto in Canada.