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CN Blue was another singer that stretched out to the world in the past week, as it held its first concert of its world tour in Taiwan.
Even in the rainy weather, Taiwanese fans crowded the venue five hours before the concert was to start.
The concert had gathered much attention not only from fans but also from the general media. The press conference held the day before on April 5 drew in many prominent local outlets, and Jung Yong Hwa made issues of his own at the event as he sang an acoustic version of his self-written track I′m Sorry.
Fans in return showed their love by holding up placards reading ′Taiwan♥Boice (CN Blue′s fanclub) CN Blue′.
The band sang a total of 24 songs, and fans sang along to every single song being performed. They cheered in waves, and remained in their seats singing along to I′m Sorry, which played after the concert concluded.
CN Blue will perform next in Singapore on April 13, then go on to Bangkok, Hong Kong and Seoul in May then Sydney, the Philippines and Beijing in June.
Posted by Tara Lee @blue plum blossoms decoded
Look at how the security officers working hard to block the boices, kkkk
Photo Source the star.com
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Well, Blue Moon 2013 CNBLUE World Tour already kicked off today, took place in Taipe Arena and as the second times CNBLUE rocked Taiwanese land, the show had ended succesfully. Here some snappshoot during the show, thanks to the cameramen and yahoo taiwan who did a great job in posting their stage glimpse!!!
And, sadly there was no Minhyuk solo photo!!!
Photo credit yahoo taiwan
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Actually there many more pictures but I try to repost the officiall ones since I won’t trouble my self, kkk better safe than sorry 🙂 and I’m sorry for being unable to translate the news into english, I have deadline to catch up so I just snapping the photos. Sorry 😦
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