CNBLUE Jung Yong Hwa's Special Appearance on "A Gentleman's Dignity"

By Staff Writer | July 04, 2012 08:29 PM EDT

CNBlue Jung Yong Hwa
CNBlue member Jung Yong Hwa (Photo : CNBlue)

Idol group CNBLUE's Jung Yong Hwa will guest appear on the SBS weekend drama "A Gentleman's Dignity."

Like Us on Facebook

On the 4th of July, a representative of the SBS drama "A Gentleman's Dignity" revealed that Jung Yong Hwa of male idol group CNBLUE will appear as a special guest in the drama. 

Also, in the past day or two, people networking via SNS posted comments like, "Jung Yong Hwa will be on set to film 'A Gentleman's Dignity' in Apgujeong from 6 to 10 in the morning on the 3rd." When the news spread, fans went wild from curiosity.

In the SBS drama "A Gentleman's Dignity", CNBLUE member Lee Jong Hyun appears as Collin who is on a search to find his biological father knowing that one of the four men, Kim Do Jin (Jang Dong Gun), Choi Yun (Kim Min Jong), Lee Jung Rok (Lee Jong Hyuk), and Im Tae San (Kim Soo Ro) is his actual father.

Jung Yong Hwa of CNBLUE has guest appeared in dramas like "You're Beautiful" and "You've Fallen For Me".

Tagged :  CNBLUE, Jung Yong Hwa, SBS, Lee Jong Hyun, A Gentlemans Dignity

Featured

Comeback / Teaser / Music Video 12.19.14 | 09:13AM EST

Ex-Nine Muses Member Ryu Sera Releases 'Hear Us' Music Video

Former Nine Muses member Ryu Sera has released her first official music video since her departure from the idol girl group in June.

OP-ED 12.18.14 | 09:35AM EST

'Dirty Vibe' Music Video Appearance Is Strategic Move For 2NE1's CL Prior To Her U.S. Debut [Opinion]

Skrillex's new music video featuring CL may be a way for the 2NE1 rapper to bridge the cultural and musical divide prior to her U.S. debut.

Editorial 12.18.14 | 09:13AM EST

4 K-Pop Idol Groups That Disbanded In 2014

The highly competitive nature of the K-pop industry unfortunately means that some groups don't make it. In 2014, there were four groups we said goodbye to.

Hot Issue 12.17.14 | 07:16PM EST

K-Pop Crossover: Stephen Colbert Slips In Hallyu Reference During Seth Rogen Interview On 'Colbert Report' [VIDEO]

Stephen Colbert's eight-year tenure playing a conservative blowhard on "The Colbert Report" might be coming to an end on Friday, but that doesn't mean he doesn't have time for one last shout-out to the South Korean music scene.

KpopStarz Is Looking For Enthusiastic Entertainment Contributors Reach Millions On The Web.
Real Time Analytics