CNBlue’s Jung Yong Hwa recently shared a photo of himself by the River Thames in London. On January 15, the singer-actor tweeted, “Good morning everyone! We have safely arrived in Malaysia! We arrived in a very happy mood. Thanks to you…Please show a lot of love and support for our new album! To celebrate, here’s a photo from London!!! Be careful not to catch a cold!” and attached a photo of himself.
In the photo, Jung Yong Hwa is seen giving a thumbs up by the Thames. Dressed in everyday street clothes, Jung Yong Hwa appeared like he was posing for a magazine pictorial.
CNBlue unveiled its new title track “I’m Sorry” from its fourth minialbum “Re:BLUE” yesterday, January 14. Since its release, the track shot up to the number one spot in various music charts for Naver Music, Mnet, and others, pushing Girls’ Generation and Baek Ji Young down. Even before it’s release, “I’m Sorry” attracted huge anticipation as it is Jung Yong Hwa’s first self-composed title track since his debut.
Meanwhile, CNBlue joins other K-Pop stars in Malaysia to attend the 27th Golden Disk Awards.