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CNBLUE Is Primed To Come Back With Seventh Mini-album ‘7℃N’ And Jung Yong Hwa's Self-Composed Title Track Song!

By AV | March 08, 2017 04:03 AM EST


CNBLUE has reportedly shared a little bit of details about their much-anticipated comeback. In Mar. 7, FNC Entertainment accordingly revealed a teaser poster for CNBLUE's next release.

The agency also announced that the group will be returning with their seventh mini album "7℃N" in Mar. 20. This will be CNBLUE's first Korean comeback in almost a year. The group released the mini album "Blooming" in Apr. 2016 featuring the title track "You're So Fine."

It was previously reported, according to Soompi, that CNBLUE began filming their new music video in Mar. 6. The group's leader, Jung Yong Hwa is said to have taken an active role in composing and writing the lyrics for their new title track. Accordingly, he also worked on it with another famous artist.

The multi-talented Jung Yong Hwa is a favorite South Korean singer-songwriter, guitarist and rapper. He is also a producer and actor who has accordingly made a name for himself online. He became famous for being an "ulzzang," a Korean slang term for people who are good-looking.

Jung Yong Hwa is the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist for the rock band CNBLUE. Accordingly, in addition to vocals and guitar, He also plays the clarinet, piano, drums, recorder, synthesizer and beatbox. He made his acting debut in the 2009 television drama "You're Beautiful."

CNBLUE, according to Wikipedia, is a pop rock band formed 2009. Accordingly, CN is an initial for code name, while BLUE is an acronym for burning, lovely, untouchable, and emotional. The group originally was comprised of four members. Jung Yong Hwa was the leader, guitarist, main vocalist and rapper. Lee Jong-hyun also handles the guitar and is a vocalist, Kang Min-hyuk on the drums, and Kwon Kwang-jin handling the bass.

The band released their debut Japanese mini-album "Now or Never" in 2009. In Jan. 2010, CNBLUE debuted in Korea with the lead single "I'm a Loner" from their first Korean mini album "Bluetory." Their fan club is reportedly named Boice.

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