Justin Bieber Performs At South Korea Concert, G-Dragon Guests

Justin Bieber’s first concert in South Korea featured a cameo by native music and fashion icon, G-Dragon. Despite rumors he might perform, Psy didn’t hit the stage although he was at the concert.

The Canadian star brought his Believe world tour to Seoul’s Olympic Park Gymnasium today (Oct. 10) in what is the penultimate show of his Asia leg.

Bieber reportedly performed for 50 minutes at the 14,730-capacity hall steaming through hits such as “One Less Lonely Girl,” “One Time” and “Baby,” before introducing his surprise guest.

Shortly afterwards, G-Dragon took to the stage to sing his hit “Crayons.”

After his one-song performance the platinum-haired singer-rapper signed off saying,

“As Bieber will show you a better performance, I hope you will have fun until the end.”

At that point, the “Beauty and A Beat” star returned to the stage to sing “Out of Town Girl” before finishing out his show.

Taking to Twitter post-show, Justin showed his appreciation to G-Dragon, tweeting:

Korea that was amazing. Thank u for the love. Shout out to my friend @IBGDRGN for coming out on stage tonight. They went crazy. #honored

— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) October 10, 2013

The 19-year-old is in South Korea with his manager Scooter Braun, who also looks after Psy. The trio met up with G-Dragon on Tuesday night, later visiting a recording studio.

The session prompted an admiring tweet from the “Gangnam Style” star, who wrote:

After his gig, Bieber reached out to fans attending his final show in the Chinese province of Macau on Oct. 12, hinting he might perform a song from his “Music Mondays” series.

The teen star recently released the first of 10 singles in a promotional drive that will premiere one new song from his Journals collection every Monday at midnight over ten weeks.

1 more show left on the Asia #BelieveTour. Who is coming? I might perform a song from #MusicMondays

— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) October 10, 2013

First single “Heartbreaker” reached #1 spot on 63 iTunes charts around the world, although it has now reportedly slipped on some. The R&B slow jam was accompanied by Justin’s frank statement revealing the song was about one of his own relationship break-ups.

“A song for people going through a heartbreak—like I was when I wrote it. It means so much to me to be able to share what I was, and still am going through, with my fans. I’m very proud of this song and I hope it gives my fans some insight into my heart,” he wrote via Instagram.

Speculation Bieber is referring to his split from ex-beau Selena Gomez continues to make headlines. According to Hollywood Life, the pair are talking again due to the “Baby” singer’s efforts to win her back and — presumably — “Heartbreaker.”

“Justin is going hard to get her back. They weren’t talking, but he wore her down again and she’s taking his calls again,” the source reportedly said.

“She wants to keep it strictly friends, but it’s a slippery slope on that because they have such intense chemistry, she’s just built up walls to protect herself,” the source purportedly added.

The insider reportedly continued: “Justin has major game, he’s good at saying all the right things. And he’s looking hot! I’d say there’s a good chance they’ll go for another round. Of course, all her friends are hoping she’ll stay strong and keep him in the friend zone.”

Watch that space?

Justin Bieber, Psy, Scooter Braun Backstage At Seoul, South Korea Concert
(Photo: Bieber, Psy, manager Scooter Braun backstage at Seoul, South Korea show, Oct.10 via Psy Twitter)