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CNBLUE Leaves for London Concert 09.20.2012
Reporter : Lucia Hong
|CNBLUE's Lee Jung-shin (left), Lee Jong-hyun (second to left), Jung Yong-hwa (second to right) and Kang Min-hyuk (right) pose together for their concert poster for their London concert dubbed "CNBLUE LIVE IN LONDON" set to take place in Greenwich, London on September 22, 2012. [FNC Entertainment]|
Korean rock band CNBLUE will be leaving for their first-ever live concert in London today.
A rep with their agency FNC Entertainment told the magazine in a short phone interview that CNBLUE will be leaving for their London concert later today.
Dubbed "CNBLUE LIVE IN LONDON," CNBLUE will grace the stage at the prestigious IndigO2 concert hall in Greenwich on September 22.
"The boys' flight is scheduled for later this afternoon and they are extremely excited about their upcoming performance," the FNC official said.
When asked on whether the group will fulfill any other activities aside from their concert, the rep explained that CNBLUE will stay in London for about a week though their scheduled activities is under wraps.
Composed of Jung Yong-hwa, Lee Jung-shin, Kang Min-hyuk and Lee Jong-hyun, CNBLUE made their debut as an Indie rock band in Japan before breaking into the K-pop scene with the first EP album "Bluetory" in 2010.
Since then the boys have released a slew of hit singles and albums, while expanding their careers into acting with roles on the small and big screen.
The band will also kick off their arena tour in Japan where they will hold a total of nine shows in six cities throughout Japan starting with the first two performances at the Nippon Gaishi Hall in Nagoya on October 2 and 3.
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