CNBLUE's Jung Yonghwa Enjoys Being a Tourist in London
By Mari @cnbstorm / colormecnblue | September 21, 2012 09:28 PM EDT
CNBLUE's leader Jung Yong Hwa shares a handsome self taken picture on their first full day as tourists in London, England.
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After much anticipation from fans all around the world, CNBLUE finally arrived in the UK, more specifically London, England on September 20th and enjoyed a welcoming reception of over 400 happily screaming fans who were waiting for them at London's Heathrow Airport.
On September 21st, Jung Yong Hwa made his first contact with fans as he shared a very handsome self taken image of himself while on the streets of London. Numerous fan accounts shared by European fans depict a very friendly CNBLUE spotted in several locations around the famous city. Fans mentioned of Yonghwa's approachable demeanor and added Yonghwa was very talkative and gave out autographs as he chatted and shook hands with fans on the streets.
Soon after Yonghwa tweeted saying, "London Yonghwa here kkk hahaha!! Kkk Tomorrow we’ll be performing but now we are tourists! Kkk We’ll be back and do our best for tomorrow’s performance!!! Kkk Fans who are coming to the concert!! Tomorrow we’ll have some fun!!".
CNBLUE will perform their first European concert, ‘CNBLUE Live in London’ on Saturday, September 22nd at 7pm to a nearly sold out IndigO2 Theater. Lucky fans whom are able to attend the history making concert are already gathering to London from all over Europe just to witness the long awaited event.
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