Asia’s heartthrob idol band CNBLUE performed in its “Can’t Stop in Shanghai” concert in the Chinese city on Sunday evening.
During the concert, CNBLUE played an array of songs including its recently released “Can’t Stop,” and hits “I’m a Loner,” “I’m Sorry” and “Love.”
The band showed its wide spectrum as artists, at a moment jumping around with the crowd, then singing to melodic tunes such as “Coffee Shop,” “Lady,” and “Try Again Smile Again.”
CNBLUE also hypnotized 7,000 local fans with its fan service by interacting in Mandarin and the Shanghai dialect.
Two members whose birthdays are nearing also hyped the audience as CNBLUE celebrated early together with the fans. Vocalist Jung Yong-hwa and drummer Kang Min-hyuk blew out candles during their encore.
Prior to the captivating stage, local news agencies highlighted Jung’s upcoming solo album during a press conference.
“The album is in the midst of progress. It is going to be something that various artists interact,” the vocal of CNBLUE said.
CNBLUE is to continue with concerts in Busan on June 21, then China, Taiwan and Malaysia throughout July and August.
By Ha Ji-won, Intern reporter (firstname.lastname@example.org)