CNBLUE's Teamwork for Drama Cameo Roles

By Staff Writer | July 14, 2012 06:33 PM EDT

CNBLUE's Teamwork for Drama Cameo Roles
Boy band CNBLUE boasted about their teamwork, showing their friendship. (Photo : hb)

Boy band CNBLUE boasted about their teamwork, showing their friendship.

Leader Jung Yong Hwa appeared on SBS drama "A Gentleman's Dignity" on the 13th episode playing the role of himself, making a surprise cameo role.

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This cameo role was already becoming a big issue before even filming the scene. During the shoot, Jung Yong Hwa and other actors were seen having a good time.

Jung Yong Hwa commented, "I always watched Lee Jong Hyun in this drama and I am honored to be a part of it."

Lee Jong Hyun replied, "Every weekend we watch and support the drama. I am so glad that Yong Hwa came and did this role. I hope that everyone can enjoy the scene with him in it."

Member Lee Jung Shin made a cameo role on Kang Min Hyuk's KBS drama "Unexpected You," showing the groups great teamwork. Jung Shin commented, "It was very meaningful to be able to appear in a drama that Min Hyuk is in."

They have been known as a group with great teamwork and fans are curious to see how their cameo roles will turn out.

Tagged :  CNBLUE, Jung Yong Hwa, Lee Jung Shin

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