B1A4’s CNU Writes Letter To Fans From The Military
B1A4’s CNU has updated fans on his military life through a handwritten letter!
The letter was shared on February 21 via the group’s official Twitter, and it’s addressed to the group’s fans BANA. In it, he talks about his daily life at the training center and also mentions the group’s recent fan song “A Day of Love,” which CNU composed himself.
Read his message below:
BANA, it’s CNU. It’s been a long time since I’ve called out to you by saying “BANA.” You’re all doing well, right? I’m hearing the latest news through the online letters and handwritten letters that you’ve sent me. The things you say to me give me so much strength during my military life. I’m reading each and every one of the many letters as I work hard in my military life. I’m doing well. I’m doing so well that I wonder if it’s even acceptable. I’m enjoying the food and sleeping well, and I get along well with the others in my barracks.
Also, I’ve become the company commander for the 10th company! I’m still learning but I’m trying hard so that I can improve. I heard that Sandeul and Gongchan successfully finished the Japanese fan meeting. There were some worries because it was their first performance without me, but those worries weren’t necessary. I’m really happy too because I heard that the reactions were great and that BANAs had a good time.
Ah! You received the gift that I sent you, right? Thanks for loving “A Day of Love” so much. When you’re feeling tired, having a hard time, or when you miss us, I hope that you’ll gain strength by listening to this song.
I’m writing this letter during our individual time on the weekend, and I’m thinking about all of you a lot. I’ll wait for the day that I can meet you again on stage. Until that day, you have to stay healthy! Also, if I have the chance again, I’ll send you news about me. It’s cold out so please be careful not to catch a cold, and I hope that you’ll eat regularly. That’s all for now. Let’s win!
— B1A4 (@_B1A4OFFICIAL) February 21, 2019
CNU enlisted on January 22 for his mandatory military service, and is completing basic training. He is scheduled to be discharged on August 28, 2020.