CNBLUE Holds Event with Fans to Commemorate Successful First Japan Album!
By Staff Writer | September 11, 2012 12:11 PM EDT
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This album was released on August 29 under major record label, Warner Music Japan and received much support from Japan and ranked number 1 on the Oricon Weekly Chart.
CNBLUE performed songs from their new album such as "With Me", "Have a Good Night" and "Wake Up" for the first time live in front of their fans. CNBLUE commented, "This first album event is not work but a time to have fun with our fans. This album expresses our group as a whole and so we decided to name the album 'CODE NAME BLUE.' This album is filled with many different genres of music as well. We thank the fans for their support and to be able to rank number 1 on the Oricon Chart."
After the live performance, CNBLUE had a chat session with their fans where they answered each question thoroughly. When asked about how they keep in shape, member Lee Jung Shin replied, "We eat all things that are good for you. Jung Yong Hwa commented that he goes to the gym frequently.
When asked about what their goal is in 10 years, they replied, "We hope to rank number 5 on the Billboard chart in 10 years and maybe rank number 1 in 13 years?"
When asked who their favorite artists were, they replied, "We like Hyde, who we performed together with for a-nation as well as Taylor Swift and Bruno Mars."
CNBLUE will be performing solo in London on September 22. They will also be holding their first Japan arena tour, 'CNBLUE ARENA TOUR 2012~ COME ON!!!~' in October.
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