CNBLUE’s Lee Jung Shin: Evolution of an Idol
By Mari @cnbstorm / colormecnblue | October 19, 2012 03:27 AM EDT
Proving to be not just another musical Idol, Lee Jung Shin has added talented rookie actor and successful model to his list of attributes this year.
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2012 has been a whirlwind of a year for bassist and the youngest member of CNBLUE, Lee Jung Shin. The 22 year old has proven he is no stranger to hard work. Aside from the hectic musical events with his band brothers that have littered his schedule this year, Jung Shin has still managed to find the time to lend his Idol image to other genres of the entertainment world. Earlier this year, Jung Shin expanded on his modeling skills by making several magazine appearances and lately the young musician set his sights on becoming a full-fledged actor and landing a role as ‘Kang Sung Jae’ on the hit KBS family drama, "My Daughter Seo Young."
With numerous featured articles in top publications such as Cosmopolitan and Singles under his belt, Lee shows off his new look with an edgy spread in the November issue of ELLE Girl magazine. Lee Jung Shin surprised everyone, especially CNBLUE fans, by cutting off his signature long locks the first time a few weeks ago for a Bob and again more recently, in favor of a new shorter tousled look.
Needless to say, the popular Idol’s supporters love the new look despite their initial shock of the change in his appearance. It is safe to say whether it is long and straight or short and curly, Lee Jung Shin wears whatever hairstyle well.
Currently, Lee Jung Shin is multi-tasking working on his top rated drama and rocking with the rest of CNBLUE are entering the last leg of touring Japan on their hugely successful Arena Tour, ‘Come On’, with their final show taking place this Sunday, October 21.
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