CNBlue’s “I’m Sorry” MV Is Seen in 191 Countries Worldwide

Four-man pop-rock band CNBlue has successfully captured the attention of the world. Reports in local news agencies quoted a statement from CNBlue’s management agency, FNC Entertainment saying, CNBlue’s “I’m Sorry” music video, uploaded on the band’s official YouTube channel, is seen in 191 countries all over the world, including those in Europe, North Africa, Latin America, Australia and the Caribbean.

CNBlue shot the “I’m Sorry” music video in the United Kingdom after the band held a concert there in 2012. The performance cuts were shot on the rooftop of a building in London, reminiscent of the last concert performance of the legendary Beatles in 1969.

Prior to this achievement, CNBlue’s latest release, “Re:BLUE,” of which “I’m Sorry” is the title track, has made it to the top spot of the US Billboard World Albums Chart. Guitarists and vocalists Jung Yong Hwa and Lee Jong Hyun, drummer Kang Min Hyuk and bassist Lee Jung Shin are also gearing up for a world tour with stops across Asia, Europe, North and South America.