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CNBLUE to hold their 4th solo concert in Korea this December

It has been announced that CNBLUE will be holding their fourth solo concert in South Korea this December.

CNBLUE will perform at the Seoul Olympic Park Handball Stadium on December 15th and 16th. According to FNC Entertainment, this will be their first concert in nearly a year.

CNBLUE recently finished off their concert in London last month, and have fans in Korea anticipating their return to the stage in their home country.

The group is also currently busy with their ‘CNBLUE Arena Tour 2012~ COME ON~‘, performing in six cities across Japan and is set to perform at Saitama on the 2oth and 21st of October.

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[PV|Lyrics|DL] CNBLUE – Come On

 

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Come On

Lyric : Jung Yonghwa

Composer :Lee Jonghyun

Arrangement : Kenji Tamai, Rui Momota

The dark covers me, I hear the ticking of the clock
Hey, can you see me?
Here I am waiting for some
Kind of miracle and then break away

Mitsuke tai mitsukara nai
Honno isshun ga

Come on no over, Come on no over
I only wanna see the light
Come on no over, Stand by me
Tsunagi au netsu ga

Come on over, Come on over
Bokura terasu nara
Come on no over, Stand by me
Hitotsu ni nareru hazu daro u

Come here, to my fading star
Now i am alone
Hey , can you see me?
Kiseki o motome hitasura ni migai ta yume

Mitsukara nai kumori no nai
Miageru beki sora

Come on no over, Come on no over
I’m not doubtful with you
Come on no over, Stand by me
Hika re au yubi ga

Come on no over, Come on no over
Karamiat ta nara
Come on no over, Stand by me
Ui mo tokasu hazu daro u

Come on no over, Come on no over
With our mirror be my sword
Come on no over, Stand by me
Te o nobase ba ii
Come on no over, Come on no over
Motome at ta nara,

Come on no over, Stand by me
Hikari ga sasu sou daro u

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English Translation

The dark covers me
I hear the ticking of the clock
Hey, can you see me?
Here I am waiting for some kind of miracle
and then break away

The very moment,
that I want to (but) can’t seem to find

Come on over, Come on over
I only wanna see the light

Come on over, Stand by me
When the heat that come together

Come on over, Come on over
shines on us bright

Come on over, Stand by me
we can surely become one

Come here, to my fading star
Now I am alone
Hey, can you see me?

Looking for a miracle,
the dream that we earnestly strive for

Can’t seem to find
the cloudless sky we must look up to)

Come on over, Come on over
I’m not doubtful with you

Come on over, Stand by me
When the attracting fingers

Come on over, Come on over
are tangled together,

Come on over, Stand by me
the fears will melt away

Come on over, Come on over
Will our mirror be my sword?

Come on over, Stand by me
Just reach out your hand

Come on over, Come on over
When our desires meet

Come on over, Stand by me
the beam of light will gleam through

Lyrics Credit: cnbluestorm.com

 

 

 

 

CNBLUE set to leave for London concert

Band CNBLUE is set to leave for their first live concert in London on the 20th.

On September 22, the band will hold their ‘CNBLUE Live in London‘ performance at IndigO2.

A representative of CJ E&M‘s global content division stated, “Most of the tickets for this show have been sold. There are only a few standing tickets available. For their first show in London, this is an impressive ticket sale.

CNBLUE also gave a statement through their agency FNC entertainment:It’s like a dream to perform in the home of rock, England. We have always wanted to go there, and to be able to perform there makes us all happy. We believe we will overcome the language barrier and connect through music. Since this is our first visit to London, we are nervous, but we promise to do our best to show everyone an amazing performance.

After their London performance, CNBLUE will be touring in Japan from October 2 to the 21st for their ‘CNBLUE Arena Tour 2012-COME ON‘.

Source + Image: Star Today via Nate

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CNBLUE to hold an arena tour in Japan this coming October!

Hallyu stars CNBLUE have announced that they will be embarking on an arena tour in Japan later this year!

According to CNBLUE’s schedule on their official website, the band will start their tour on October 2nd in Nagoya and then continue to locations including Niikata on the 7th,  Osaka on the 10th and 11th, and Hiroshima on the 13th. They’ll be performing 9 concerts in 6 cities in all until their final concert on October 21st at the Saitama Super Arena.

The tour is expected to draw in an audience of approximately 100,000 people.

Source: Sports Seoul via Naver
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CNBLUE’s Yonghwa and Park Shin Hye’s ‘Heartstrings’ fan meet in Japan draws 10,000 fans

On July 16th, CNBLUE‘s Yonghwa and actress Park Shin Hye successfully completed the Japanese fan meet for their drama, ‘Heartstrings‘.

Held at the Tokyo International Forum Hall A, the fan meeting gathered a whopping 10,000 fans, reflecting the rising popularity of the drama since it began broadcasting on Japanese airwaves on the 9th.

As it was the two stars’ first time visiting Japan together, the concert hall is reported to have had an excited energy even before the event officially began. Park Shin Hye played the traditional Korean kukak instrument, while Yonghwa amped up the crowd with a guitar performance of “I Miss You” from the drama’s OST.

The two then sat for the concert’s talk show segment where they aimed to get closer with the fans by sharing various thoughts and stories. They even sang the drama’s theme song together, bringing the concert to a successful conclusion.

A portion of the profits made from the fan meet will be donated to charity.

Source + Photos: Star N News via Naver
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Jung Yong Hwa and Park Shin Hye Successfully Complete “Heartstrings” Fan Meeting in Japan

“Heartstrings” stars Jung Yong Hwa and Park Shin Hye are breaking more ground as new Hallyu celebrities in Japan. The two actors top-billed the “Heartstrings” fan meeting held on July 16 at the Tokyo International Forum Hall.

The “Heartstrings” fan meeting took place in two sessions, one at 2:00 p.m. and another at 6:00 p.m. It was the first time for the drama to hold a meeting between its stars and fans.

The events kicked off with Park Shin Hye’s music performance. In the drama, the actress played Lee Kyu Won, a gayageum student who is also a part of The Windflowers, a traditional music group. Members of The Windflowers were also present at the fan meeting. Park Shin Hye performed “Ready to Fight” from the “Heartstrings” OST and showcased a total of three songs.

Jung Yong Hwa pitched in with “Because I Miss You,” his solo song from the soundtrack, encouraging an even warmer reception from the audience.

The fans present joined in singing for the finale, a rendition of the “Heartstrings” theme song, “You’ve Fallen for Me.”

The day reportedly brought in an approximate 10,000 attendees. The Japan fan meeting organizers have decided to donate a portion of the proceeds from the event to local nonprofit organizations.

“Heartstrings,” which aired in Korea in mid-2011 premiered on Japan’s FujiTV on July 9.

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