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[PHOTO] CNBLUE Lee Jung-shin, Kang Min-hyuk bring rock spirit to Japan's rock fest 08.29.2012
Reporter : Lucia HongEditor : Monica Suk
|CNBLUE's bassist Lee Jung-shin, donned in a gray, blue and white striped long sleeve shirt and jeans, strums his bass during their group's performance on Mezamashi Live, hosted by Fuji TV, in Odaiba, Tokyo on August 28, 2012. [FNC Entertainment]|
Korean rock band CNBLUE members Lee Jung-shin and Kang Min-hyuk brought the group's rock spirit to Japan's music festival, Mezamashi Live held in Tokyo on August 28.
Along with leader and vocalist Jung Yong-hwa and second guitarist Lee Jong-hyun, CNBLUE staged their first-ever live performance "Time is Over," the title track from their first full-length Japanese album "CODE NAME BLUE,"
The quartet excited thousands of fans that were in attendance with their other hit songs "Come on," "Let's Go Crazy," "Voice," "one time" and "In My Head."
CNBLUE will stay in the country to promote "CODE NAME BLUE" which dropped Wednesday, and will gear up for their arena tour dubbed "CNBLUE Arena Tour 2012 ～COME ON!!!～" set to kick off in Nagoya on October 2.
The boys will run a set in Niigata on October 7, two in Osaka on October 10 and 11 and another one in Hiroshima on October 13.
After holding the Shizuoka leg on October 16, CNBLUE will wrap things up in Saitama on October 20.
|CNBLUE's drummer Kang Min-hyuk, donned in an orange and dark blue shirt and jeans, drums along to their group's hit songs during their group's performance on Mezamashi Live, hosted by Fuji TV, in Odaiba, Tokyo on August 28, 2012. [FNC Entertainment]|
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