CNBLUE Lands At London Heathrow To Warm Reception By Fans
By Mari @cnbstorm / colormecnblue | September 21, 2012 08:27 AM EDT
On their way to completing yet another achievement for themselves, CNBLUE embarked on their first European trip, destination London England.
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On September 20, 2012, CNBLUE members Jung Yong Hwa, Lee Jong Hyun, and Kang Min Hyuk left Incheon Airport in Seoul on a six hour long flight, to successfully land in London, England for their first ever concert on UK soil.
Before their departure, the three members posted a message with the picture above to their fans on Twitter: “We’re leaving for London concert!! Jungshin ahh~~~ follow us quick…kkk”. Needless to say, this post delighted fans who were eager for the band to share some news before their history making trip.
Lee Jung Shin unfortunately could not make the trip to London with his band members due to his work schedule for KBS drama,‘My Daughter Seo Yeong’ which started airing Sept. 15th. Lee later tweeted a message, “Everyone ~~ Right now I’m filming my drama! That’s why the members had to go to London first. After the filming ends, I’ll follow them quickly, so wait for a while! CNBLUE LIVE IN LONDON hwaiting!!
Upon their arrival, European fans came in droves and waited to greet CNBLUE as they walked through the terminal at Heathrow Airport in London. Fans gave the three band members a warm welcome complete with gifts and enthusiastic screams as they carefully navigated the sea of fans.
Various images and fan accounts depict a very happy CNBLUE, especially a very eager to please leader, Jung Yong Hwa who shocked fans with his fan service by shaking hands and talking with them while trying to make his way through the crowd of screaming, excited girls to awaiting transport.
CNBLUE will hold their history making concert promoted by CJ E & M and AEG titled, ‘CNBLUE Live in London’ on September 22nd at 7pm at the IndigO2 Theater, part of the prestigious O2 Arena complex in London.
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