[NEWS] CNBLUE reveals the member that acts differently around fans + member with the worst sleeping habits

CNBLUE‘s Minhyuk commented on leader Yonghwa‘s two personalities on the August 26th broadcast of MBC‘s ‘Section TV‘.

In the broadcast, the members jokingly picked on Yonghwa and explained that he acts differently in front of fans. Minhyuk stated, while cautiously keeping an eye out on Yonghwa’s reaction, “Yonghwa hyung is good at playing cool [in front of the fans]“, making the rest of the members laugh.

The members also revealed the member with the worst sleeping habits on the show. Yonghwa ratted out, “Jungshin complains out loud in his sleep“, drawing attention from fans.

Minhyuk is currently making a name for himself as an actor on ‘You Who Rolled in Unexpectedly‘, while Jungshin has landed a role on the upcoming drama ‘My Daughter Soyoung.

Source + Image: TV Daily via Nate

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[Scans|Trans] Jung Yonghwa and Lee Jonghyun answered 50 questions on EXILE Magazine

On CODE NAME BLUE Album 

Q1: After completing major first album, the first word you said?

YH: Oh~ Awesome!

JH: Finished~

Q2: After celebrating the completion of the album, if you’d praise JungShin, what kind of words you’d present him with?

YH: You followed well. Even though bass was as much difficult as MinHyuk’s drums, you have done well.

JH: Thank you and good job. Please do the same next time, too!

Q3: After celebrating the completion of the album, if you’d praise MinHyuk, what kind of words you’d present him with?

YH: You did well. I think drum parts were very hard because all the songs had different drum styles but, you made it yours.

JH: “I think it was hard because you had been working at drama filming at the same time. So, thank you and good job. Please do the same next time, too!” like this? (Laughs)

Q4: After celebrating the completion of the album, if you’d praise YongHwa, what kind of words you’d present him with?

YH: Wonderful. Always making a great effort to make a new type of songs, I think it was a splendid challenge.

JH: Thank you and good job. Please do the same next time, too!..Same words for eveybody(Laughs)

Q5: After celebrating the completion of the album, if you’d praise yourself, what kind of words you’d present yourself with?

YH: Wrote so many songs…Good job.(Laughs)

JH:  Did very well! It was hard because it overlapped with the drama filming, right.

Q6: “CODE NAME BLUE” = …. If you fill in the blanks?

YH: Chameleon. I think you’ll understand if you listen this album but, we’ve challenged various genres with the band, each song shows various expressions like a chameleon.

JH: It’s us.

Q7: The song you personally recommended?

YH: The 4th song “Time is over” is a very powerful song.

JH: It’s the 8th song “These Days”. Because I made the song when I was a trainee, I’m glad that it has been recorded in this album.

Q8: In this work, what kind of CNBLUE charm is coming out strongly?

YH: The songs that has a strong image are strongly, soft ones are softly… There is a wide range of variations.

JH: It’s an album like listening iPod while shuffling where you can enjoy various tastes. This is connected to the “Let’s make various kinds of music”, our initial impulse, that we think when we started the band.

Q9: Speaking of the most memorable episode during production?

YH: Recorded at the producer’s modified house studio. It was impressive that the atmosphere was familial like entering someone’s home rather than a recording room.

JH: The song I made “No More” is actually a song that I once was frustrated in the middle of production. But, after discussing it with YongHwa Hyung, it became satisfying. That process is impressive for me.

Q10: If you think about the album production now, …It was tiring? It was fun?

YH: It was fun!

JH: Album production is always hard! But, the boiling up feeling when it’s over is also hard to change with something else. I’m continuing music to taste that feeling.

CNBLUE  – Entertainment

Q11: Do you always check the programs that you went out?

YH: I also watch to study. I check whether I did perfectly or not.

Q12: The movie that impressed you lately?

JH: I reviewed a lot of work of Jang Dong Gun whom I acted with in “A Gentleman’s Dignity” but, “Friend” , as I thought, was great. As it’s location is Busan, my hometown, I felt nostalgic.

Q13: Is there a Facebook or Twitter profile that you check often?

YH: I don’t look at other people’s sites much. We also have Facebook or Twitter account but, for now we don’t understand it very well. (Laughs) We’re in the middle of investigating it (or “getting used to it.”)

 Translator’s note: 13th question wasn’t in Riho-san’s tweets but luckily I found it in her magazine photos. It was on the corner so if I didn’t see correctly and mistranslated it, I’m sorry. T-T )

Q14: Who heats up the karaoke? Who sings?

JH: I’m the always singing type. I don’t let go of the microphone! From a little bit old ones to the recent ones, I sing everything. Especially, like Nakashima Mika’s “Snowflower”(Yuki no Hana), I like ballads.

Q15: The music that you’ve been addicted recently?

YH: Maroon 5’s new song “Overexposed”. I felt like I was being refined.

 Translator’s note: About YH’s answer, Maroon 5 recently released a full album named “Overexposed”  and there are 15 songs in the deluxe edition of it. But none of them named “Overexposed” so we don’t know exactly which song YongHwa is addicted to. T-T  )

Q16: The word that comes from when said EXILE ?

JH: “Many” It has a strong image of large number of people.

Q17: The most helpful entertainment work to study Japanese?

YH: Drama “Buzzer Beat~ Gakeppuchi no Hero”. It was interesting because I like basketball.

Q18: The celebrity you want to meet now?

JH: Eric Clapton. Some time ago, I went to see his live concert in Korea. It was really good.

Q19: Your favorite TV show?

YH: Lately, I haven’t watched much TV. I don’t know much about what kind of shows are on. It’s retirement life (Laughs)

Q20: The entertainer that gets your attention?

JH: There is a variety show named “Gag Concert” in Korea. Those who go out there are interesting.

CNBLUE – The Band

Q21: In 2009, for half a year, decisive action of doing street live concerts in Japan. What was the most fun thing at that time?

YH: How to attract people who don’t know us, how to gather them. That is the charm of street live concerts and it was the most fun thing. I still want to do if it’s possible.

Q22: When doing street live concerts, which member do you think worked the hardest?

JH: I think everybody worked hard the same, rather than someone, alone.

Q23: The thing you think you’re glad to experience street live concerts?

YH: There are some guests that we’ve met at street live concerts, supporting us all along even now and that is the thing(we’re glad)

Q24: If you have been told to go back to the street live concert times, now?

JH: I would go back! It was hard but it was also fun!

Q25: Do you think that the band’s style changed after major debut?

YH: Its style didn’t change but, our hearts became stronger. Rather than saying “a new departure”, I think the feelings became tense.

Q26: Do you go out to play with everyone?

JH: I don’t go out to play with anyone other than the members. (Laughs) But, recently everyone was busy with their individual activities so I’ll be happy if 4 of us becomes all present!

Q27: Speaking of the current advantages of CNBLUE?

YH: Youth and passion.

Q28: Speaking of the current disadvantages of CNBLUE?

JH: I think having a rich variety of music is our colour but, it’s an advantage and also an disadvantage. But, we are still young and we want to enjoy, not only look at one direction.

Q29: The things you want to do at your arena tour that starts in October?

YH: I’m about to think now. Some time ago we came out to a-nation but, VAMPS’s performance we saw there was impressive. Because there was a sense of unity with the audience and it was wonderful, I want to consult with them certainly.

Q30: Speaking of 3 things you want to accomplish as CNBLUE?

JH: “I want to continue the band forever.” I think this alone is enough. (Laughs)

CNBLUE – Fashion and Beauty 

Q31: What kind of fashion do you like usually?

YH: In the past, I liked the outfits that are sewn on lots of jingly things but, lately I like simple clothes like T-shirt and denims.

Q32: The most stylish member?

JH:  I think previously it was YongHwa Hyung but, now everyone is stylish except me. (Laughs)

Q33: For bath, shower? Being totally soaked? 

 Translator’s note:: The interviewer asks him which one does he prefer? )

YH: If I have time, I’m the type that likes to be totally soaked. But, generally shower is more, I think.

Q34: There are things that I collect like hats, shoes, eyeglasses, accessories?

JH: There isn’t. I don’t have much interest in fashion.

Q35: The thing you do to promote fatigue recovery?

YH: I sleep! If I’m told to choose between meal or sleep, I (choose) sleep. (Laughs) Because I am not the type that sleeps quickly anywhere, I want to sleep in advance even a little bit, if I have time.

Q36: For perfume, do you use it as TPO properly? 

( Translator’s note: TPO means Time-Place-Occasion)

JH: It’s not like “using properly” but, I choose in the mood of that day. The one I’m wearing lately is Chanel that I received. Sexy or refreshing, I don’t know how to say it, it’s a mysterious smell.

Q37: The thing you obsessed with is hair style or fashion or body type?

YH: They’re all important but, if I say by force(or “if I have to choose”), it’s fashion.

Q38: Do you care about skin care once?

JH: I don’t care. I don’t use packs and I only use lotion.

Q39: Is training in the gym  essential?

YH: Yes. I go by about 5 days a week.

Q40: Do you have a valued health method?

JH: It’s best to move the body. Recently, I can’t go but,when I workout at the gym for about 2 hours, I become lighter not only physically but also mentally.

CNBLUE – Love

Q41: Friendship and love, if you have to choose, which one?

YH: Friendship.Because I think it’s much more important than love. I’m the type that gives priority to a friend’s promise. It’s not good to be prejudiced but, I think it’s hard to get along with someone who can not understand that point.

JH: Long time ago, it was friendship, even there was no need to think of, but now, it might be love. To say it in another way, it depends on the situation and because it’s the extent of imagination, it’s hard to state definitely.(Laughs)

Q42: Do you think  ”tender passion” and “affection” is different?

( Translator’s note: “Koi”(tender passion) and “Ai”(affection) can be roughly translated as love but there is a nuance between them. For more information please check this site— http://japanese.about.com/od/japanesecultur1/a/The-Japanese-Words-For-Love.htm )

YH: I think it’s different but, it’s hard to say how they are different because I still don’t know. It might be the difference between “like” and “love”… I think there is noone who can properly answer this question. (Laughs)

JH: I think it’s different.I feel like “Tender passion” contains a feeling like yearning in addition to the feeling of love.

Q43: Can you appeal to the person you love?

YH: I can. I’d rather to appeal myself.

JH: Yes. I totally do.

Q44: A dish that you want to be made by a girl?

YH: Spaghetti. Because it’s my favorite food. I can eat no matter how it tastes.

JH: Anything, as long as she makes. I can eat deliciously even if that isn’t my favorite taste. Actually there are lots of food I dislike but….It’s okay, I can eat. (Laughs)

Q45: Do you think you can be friends with the opposite sex?

YH: I think so and actually I have woman friends who advise me about many things. I think the tip of being friends with an opposite sex is to listen the other one’s story very well.

JH: I think I can not. In the case of the opposite sex, she becomes friends because she has love-like feelings even it’s a little bit. Be honest, do you think she can become friends even if she isn’t interested?

Q46: Do you want to plan the date yourself?

YH: I want to. But not only me, I also want my partner to plan things out. The relationship that you can say anything, isn’t it the ideal relationship?

JH: I don’t think much. Since I like strong woman, it’s rather good to be pulled.

Q47: Would you rather to confess your love? Or to be confessed?

YH: I’m the type that wants to make the confession myself. Not with mail, I want to say it directly with my mouth.

JH: I make the confession. Because I want to convey my feelings to my partner.

Q48: Cute or beautiful, which one is your type?

YH: Cute type. But, I’m not concerned about face, I like girls who have a bright and charming personality.

JH: Recently, I don’t know. I feel like there is no meaning in deciding which (of them is my type). If I say by force (or “if I have to choose”), I think it’s (my type is) cute, now. The feeling is important than that!

Q49: The member who is likely to be an ideal husband?

YH: I’m the best! Kidding(Laughs) Maybe MinHyuk. Because he is a good caring person.

JH: Unexpectedly(?!) it’s JungShin. Because he is too gentle, even to the degree that I sometimes think he is too gentle. So, I think his wife’ll be at ease.(Laughs)

Q50: Can you balance love and work?

YH: I think I can but, I don’t want to do that much. Because for now, I want to focus on my work.

JH: I can! I can switch over precisely.

 

Magazine scans by: @mi_malice
Credit|Japanese text by: @liiiiho_ft
Credit|English translation by: Depps1004 on Tumblr

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[News] CNBLUE releases T.G.I. Friday’s CM Song “Friday”

After being named as the endorsement models for T.G.I. Friday’s and starring in their commercials,CNBLUE has now released the CM Song “Friday“.

“Friday” is a modern-pop track that Jung Yong Hwa has personally written and composed, and it consists of trendy synth, exciting guitar rhythms and a refreshing melody. The track is perfect to listen to during the week, when feeling exhausted and bored of the same routine. The song will make listeners further look forward to “Friday”, when everyone can be carefree and be in an upbeat mood.

 

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[Interview|Trans] CNBLUE Lee Jonghyun for Vogue Girl August

VOGUE GIRL AUGUST- WHO’S YOUR DADDY?

Contrast from Collin in ‘A Gentlemen’s Dignity’, whose mind is difficult to be figured out, Lee Jonghyun on the other hand never hesitates when he speaks. He disclosed the genuine reason he started music, and responded with smile on his face concerning the recent topic of his ‘foot acting’(translator: which means poor acting in Korean). But he never reveal about Collin’s real father until the end of the interview.

 

Vogue Girl (VG): Did you see Minhyuk’s interview on last month’s <Vogue Girl>?

JongHyun( JH): I only saw photos. I just read in the article that he mentioned we members do monitoring for each others.

VG: He said badly about your tam-o’ shanter. Why do you like it?
JH: Caps doesn’t look good on me. So when I have to wear caps or hats, I always wear beanies or tam-o’ shelter. But actually, I wear it after I saw Kimura Takuya wearing that in Japanese dramaSora Kara Furu Ichioku No Moshi (A Hundred Million Stars Raining From the Sky)’. He was extremely handsome.

VG: I see. Do you like Kimura Takuya?
JH: Who won’t like him? He is handsome even from a male’s point of view. So I wear it once after him, and found it was better than I expected. Although the reactions from people around me were not good.

VG: Do you take those reactions seriously but act like you don’t mind? Or are you really not bothered with what other people would say?
JH: I do mind about it but then I just ignore it. (laugh)

VG: Do the members monitor you closely when watching  ‘A Gentlemen’s Dignity’?
JH: Quite frankly, yes (members give honest reviews). (VG: Doesn’t it hurt you?) It can’t be helped anyway, because it’s only recently that I started acting. And, in my opinion, Minhyuk is really doing well in acting.

VG: By any chance, but do you still remember the interview with <Vogue Girl> two years ago? When we asked  ‘What do you imagine you’ll be doing after ten years?’ You answered that you will do music without any changing, and “possibly at the same time I may act.”.Didn’t you expect at that time such thing will come?
JH: I didn’t. At that time, I was really determined not to act. Musicians are commonly stubborn. Even more so for guitarists. But as time goes by, I could finally accept acting while doing music at the same time.

VG: How did you feel when you acted in <Acoustic>?
JH: At first, I thought I could do well because the character was around my age and he wanted to do music. I’ve always believed that both music and acting are forms of art with some feelings and other ‘languages’. So I rushed into it, and got hurt. The gap in the ‘languages’ was so big.

 

VG: Every shoot for today included flowers. What comes into your mind when you see flowers? Do you think it’s a thing loved by all girls? Or is it just for decorations on your name?
JH: First, I have never ever given flowers to girls. Because back in the days, my elder sister said to me after she got flower as present from someone, ‘JongHyun, do not give flower presents to girls.’

VG: Didn’t your girlfriend felt displeased about that?
JH: No, not at all. I’m not the kind of guy that celebrates special days. I’m a blunt person, it’s not my style. (VG: You are the typical  Busanguy?) That’s it!

VG: You were selected as ‘Ul-Zzang’ before you debuted. Have you been receiving women’s attention since young?
JH: Just slightly? It wasn’t that great. Because I graduated an all-boy’s middle school, and for high school even though it’s a co-ed but each class was separated according to genders.” (VG: But, surely on Valentines’ Day, chocolates would cover your desk, and on your way from school to home, female juniors would follow you.) Yes, I think so. I spent very exciting school days. That’s it in a word!

‘Ul-Zzang’ (translator: which means the best looking face in Korean)

VG: You were a Judo player when you were in middle school. How did you start being active as a Judo athelete?
JH: When I was in first grade, Judo club was re-organized in the school and they started to gather players. At that time, my body was rather “unique” so it was outstanding. I was thin and very tall. My current height is same as when I was 16. Anyway, the teacher suggested me to do that for fun, so I started and soon found it interesting. I’ve always  liked exercising. I do not tell this often, but anyway I got 3rd or 4th degrees in Taekwondo when I was young. Then in Judo, it was not that long after I started Judo when I got the gold medal in the city’s competition. And I found it fascinating then.

VG: You thought that you are naturally gifted in Judo?
JH: That was only my illusion. Soon after I realized that I’m not going far in it, to the extent of  becoming the country’s number one Judo athlete, so I thought it would be better to do other things rather than being among other athletes who have better skills than me. So I went to an academic high school to study. When I was in middle school, my academic results was okay even though I was active in sports, but when it comes to concentrate on studying, it did not go well. Hasty preparation on studying didn’t work any more. Therefore I concluded not to continue, so I asked my parents what I should do from then on, and they replied ‘Do as you please.’

 

VG: How are your parents like?
JH: They are both open-minded people. I didn’t have to leave home. I felt pity when I saw friends choking and feeling discontented under their conservative parents. My parents said “Live as you want to live, but we will keep you just until you become twenty.”

VG: Then you may not have memories of breaking your parents’ hearts?
JH: Of course I have. It happened but when they see me now they say that I grew up well by myself. Well, there are one thing and another that I cannot tell. But anyway I spent an enjoyable school life back then.

VG: Then, why did you have so much worry in your career?
JH: It’s the same now, but I really hate uncertain things. I absolutely have to do what I can do best. But every time after I reached to a certain extent, I always found out there are people who are doing better than me. Other than exercising, there seems to be nothing that I can do well, so I thought hard of what I like to do. After that, I realized I like singing in the singing room (karaoke), and listening to music. So I tried doing music and started to go to the academy. While learning to sing and playing piano, I got to know musicians like Eric Clapton, and I found it attractive and challenging to sing while playing the guitar.

VG: Quincy Jones have mentioned that the reason why he started music, “I started this to get attention from women. I don’t know exactly what will others say, but anyway they are the same.”
JH: It’s true! I think regardless of sex, everyone’s object of the behavior is eventually the opposite sex. It can be explained through the fact that men want to be a master at something or women try to make themselves look pretty, it’s all the same. If I try to make the reason (of why I started music) sounds great, I can describe with romance but that is the truth. Why do you think I liked singing in the singing room?

VG: Is there any song you want to recommend, to make girls flutter?
JH: It’s not exactly for that reason only but they are my favorite songs. ‘Snow Flower’ by Park Hyo Shin. (VG: Aha, like the song ‘Confession’ by Lim Jae Bum?) I like ‘moist’ songs, like ‘One Day’ by Position.

VG: So to sum up the stories so far, in school days, Lee Jong Hyun was good looking, exercised well, and studied quite well, and plus, you sang well?
JH: Hahaha. But I was very countrified, a man from the rural. I would just run by the seaside, and when it’s hot, I’d dive into the sea. Marine Boy?

VG: Minhyuk said he had a camera phobia, but Jonghyun, seeing your pictures when you were an Ul-Zzang in the past, the atmosphere is like ‘Go ahead and shoot, if you are willing to!’
JH: I have no photo phobia at all. It’s funny and comfortable. But for video it’s a little bit different. I thought I don’t have any phobia but I realized it for the first time when I was acting in the drama. My nostril becomes big when I became tensed involuntarily. (laugh)

VG: Do you check reactions or responses from others after the drama episode has been broadcasted?
JH: I don’t access to the internet. Of course I am curious. But whatever people say, I tried my best, even if I cannot be good in the present, maybe I could do well in the future.

VG: What was your know-how to be casting on Collin?
JH: I think they looked a favor on feelings. Of course my acting wasn’t that good, but the more I tried during the  audition, it became better. By the way, by the look of it (sweeping faces up and down with palm) I think this appearance did a big role in that. And also “the boy from abroad” feel? When I don’t smile, it looks cold and they said it looks similar with Collin.

VG: When did you realize that your appearance/look is exotic?
JH: When I was young. My friends made fun of me, saying that I am a mixed blood child when I was an elementary school student. They said I couldn’t possibly be Korean. So I went home and asked my parents, “Am I a mixed child?” They said no. They said I am 100% Korean boy.

VG: What strikes you the most when acting? Dialect?
JH: Cold way of speaking? Because I have small mix of facial expressions. It’s hard to express various feelings like people using standard languages. And even more with the character who is warm-hearted inside, and cold-looking outside? It’s very hard. My appearance looks cold but my personality isn’t like that at all. (VG: Which character did you referred to (for Collin’s character)?) Senior Hyun Bin. He seems talk bluntly, but when you pay attention to his word, there are some special accent separately.

VG: Have you ever thought that is Lee Jong Hyun, not Collin when you’re self monitoring?
JH: When I monitor myself, I don’t feel like he is me.

VG: That might be a good news! You became other person, not you in that moment.
JH: But the seniors said “Acting is not making you into some other person. You just have to be yourself.” “If you became another person, that man is you that you haven’t realized. He is not other person.” (VG: Acting is just hard. It shouldn’t be easy to make yourself into that.) That’s what I mean!

VG: You came here after filming some scenes of drama today. What was that scene?
JH: I gripped and released four gentlemen around Collin’s finger. Collin is an unpredictable guy, hard to figure what he would do next.

VG: What scene will you select as the best among broadcasted episodes until now?
JH: (Pretending to kick) I think that was the best. (VG: Awesome kicking?) Yes. Once my friend sent me saying that there is an exciting thing on internet, and the title was ‘Collin’s foot acting’.So I thought ‘Ah, people say bad about my acting.’, and checked it, and it was actually the kicking scene to save Im Meahri in the club’s restroom. So I was relieved.

(Foot acting – translator: which means poor acting in Korean)

VG: “Kicking” is written as one of your special talents on the profile in portal sites. You flew and kicked in  ‘I’m A Loner’ teaser on your own, without using a stuntman.
JH: Yes, I did. I’d surely love to take be in action movies in the future. I’m really confident in that. (VG: Like So Ji Sub’s role in “Movie is a Movie” (Rough Cut) ?) Oh, yes he’s so cool! But I want to try Bourne’s character.(Jason Bourne in the series) Bourne!

VG: That teaser of ‘I’m A Loner’ showed each of CNBLUE member’s character when you first debuted. Do you like your character – ‘Burning’?
JH: It was the best for me. How could they imagine ‘Burning’ from alphabet B? I really am burning, in my life and when doing what I want to do.

VG: Let’s get our conversation’s topic back to the drama. Which scene do you think that brings the most dissatisfaction to you?
JH: That would be the scene where I had a phone conversation with my mother and I was talking in Japanese in it. I really got disappointed for myself. I thought Japanese was my specialty so I was confident. But when I thought about it, it was not the matter of course. When foreigners speak fluently in Korean, it’s not always mean that they would act well in Korean.

VG: Personally, I liked your line after your mother hang up the call, “I’ll take it as a yes.” Fans also liked that scene.
JH: There was too much power on my nostrils. It was enlarged, flaring too big. (laugh)

VG: Did you have some changes in your everyday life after you started acting as Collin?
JH: I became calmer then before. I was always excited on usual days. (VG: Well, it may be. Collin listens to music alone.) Yes. But I like to listen to music altogether.

VG: How did you feel when you met the four candidates for your father?
JH: Of course I was wondering. ‘Who will be my father out of these four?’ (VG: Considering on similar figures, maybe Jang Dong Gun?) Eh, how can I be compared with him . (VG: Then other seniors are okay to compare?) No, I don’t mean that. Amazingly, I can find some resemblance with all four seniors.

VG: What do you anticipate for ending in drama?
JH: I want everyone to be happy in the end. (VG: So I mean, what’s story of that ending?) I suppose.. Oh, it’s very difficult? Writer must have trouble on that.

VG: I think every time when people meet you all will ask you “Who is your father?”
JH: Yes, but I would never tell them.

VG: It’s not left many days until weekends. Please write on this paper. So Collin, who the deuce is your dad?
JH: Eh, Just watch this weekend’s broadcast. Just wait for it. (laugh) (translator: He used Kim Do Jin’s way of speaking)

 

 

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[INFO] CN Blue’s Lee Jong Hyun says, “I’ve never given flowers to a girl as a gift”

CN Blue’s Lee Jong Hyun recently attracted attention with his honest answer.

Making his acting debut in SBS TV’s drama series A Gentleman’s Dignity, Lee talked about his dating style in an interview conducted at his photo shoot for a fashion magazine.

Unlike his romantic image, Lee said, “I’ve never given flowers to a girl as a gift.”

Lee did the photo shoot under the concept of A Boy over Flowers. He seemed a bit awkward with some flowers used as props at first but soon started focusing on the photo shoot with the flowers.

Lee is currently playing the role of Collin, a son of Do Jin (played by Jang Dong Gun), in the drama series A Gentleman’s Dignity.

 

Source: en.korea.com

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[News] CNBLUE Lee Jong Hyun & MBLAQ G.O – Supporting Roles with Substance

 

Lee Jong Hyun of CNBLUE and G.O of MBLAQ are both idol stars who have turned into actors by accepting supporting roles in SBS dramas like, “A Gentleman’s Dignity” and “Ghost.”

In the entertainment business these days, it’s hard to find a single K-Pop idol group member who hasn’t made an attempt to pursue their acting careers on top of their singing careers. Also, it’s almost impossible to name a drama that isn’t starred by an idol group member. More and more, idol stars are taking on the roles of supporting roles with substance rather than main roles that come with an intense amount of pressure. One by one, idol stars are starting from scratch and taking on small roles to build their foundations, which will eventually lead them to greater success later on.

CNBLUE’s Lee Jong Hyun and MBLAQ’s G.O are two idol stars who recently stepped foot in the industry. Lee Jong Hyun appears in the SBS drama “A Gentleman’s Dignity” and G.O appears in the SBS drama “Ghost.” Although Lee Jong Hyun has prior experience from appearing in a movie a few years back, his role in “A Gentleman’s Dignity” is considered to be his official step into his acting career.

Although both Lee Jong Hyun and G.O’s roles in the dramas are not very big, both of their characters play a crucial role whenever there is a climax. One other thing to keep in mind is the fact that both their acting skills are significantly more skilled than what anybody expected from their first acting roles.

In the SBS weekend drama “A Gentleman’s Dignity,” Lee Jong Hyun plays the character named Collin, who is Kim Do Jin’s (Jang Dong Gun) son. Although Lee Jong Hyun’s role was small from the very beginning, he had a very big impact in the storyline with his mysterious appearance and questionable history.

With his exotic appearance, Lee Jong Hyun was able to take on the role of Collin who is portrayed as a mysterious and handsome bad-boy character. Among countless other idol stars that began their acting careers, Lee Jong Hyun drew attention from drama viewers for his stable and convincing acting that stands out from the rest. Lee Jong Hyun is even gaining popularity from older female drama viewers who have no idea who CNBLUE is.

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Source: kpopstarz

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