They have been to Singapore a couple of times for showcases and fan meets, but the upcoming concert happening tomorrow at the Singapore Indoor Stadium marks their very first full-fledged concert here in our sunny island.
While fans will not be able to see all the fancy costume changes, expect all live performance instead. ‘We are a band, so you will see more of us playing instruments and hearing our voices,’ said Jung Yong Hwa, the leader of the band.
After a successful concert in Taiwan last week, Singapore is the 2nd stop for the Blue Moon World Tour and they are happy to see all the Singapore fans. For their Taiwan stop, CNBlue met up with local singer, JJ Lin, who went to watch their concert. They even took a group photo backstage which Lin posted on his Twitter.
Jung was fast to point out that the T-shirt he was wearing was actually a gift from JJ and when he heard JJ is from Singapore, he felt that it was a token of friendship for both countries.
“There isn’t any particular Dos or Don’ts at our concert, but we are here to have fun for our fans to have fun. I have a small wish is for the fans to go crazy, jump, sing and to really have fun!” Jung commented.
CNBLUE Blue Moon World Tour Live in Singapore
Date: 13 April 2013 (Sat)
Venue: Singapore Indoor Stadium (Nearest MRT: Stadium)
Ticket Prices: $108 – $258
Many might not know that they boys started out at street performers, playing in clubs and bars before they debuted and rose to fame. The down-to-earth musicians are not only thankful and grateful to the fans who supported them, but because of the hard work prior to the fame, they are appreciative of what they have right now. “Hopefully we can go playing on the streets again, maybe with a mask to hide ourselves!”
Besides playing as CNBLUE, the members are also quite active in dramas and shows. “We are in the midst of our world tour now, I’ve received scripts for shows but for now, we are mainly focusing on our world tour, but if there are good opportunities, I’ll take it,” said drummer Kang Min Hyuk.
“I believe I can be brighter in my next acting as I’m a very bright, cheerful and bubbly person! Imma funny guy!” Jung joked.
“If the opportunities arises, I would like to take on a new role,” Lee Jung Shin commented, who plays the bass guitar in the band.
Also, expect lots of singlish like ‘lah’ coming from the boys tomorrow as they picked up very fast when DJ Ken taught them how to use it.
“Thank you lah!” “I’m very happy lah!” were some of what they said before the press conference ended.