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CN Blue Holds World Tour Concert in Taiwan

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2013.04.08 15:40 CJ E&M enewsWorld Kim, JiYeon Translation Credit : Erika Kim

CN Blue was another singer that stretched out to the world in the past week, as it held its first concert of its world tour in Taiwan.

CN Blue Holds World Tour Concert in Taiwan

The band held its 2013 World Tour - Blue Moon on April 6 in Taiwan′s Taipei Arena, exciting 11,000 fans with its live performances and charisma.

Even in the rainy weather, Taiwanese fans crowded the venue five hours before the concert was to start.

The concert had gathered much attention not only from fans but also from the general media. The press conference held the day before on April 5 drew in many prominent local outlets, and Jung Yong Hwa made issues of his own at the event as he sang an acoustic version of his self-written track I′m Sorry.

CN Blue Holds World Tour Concert in Taiwan

This day the band sang songs from its Re:Blue album, including I′m Sorry, Coffee Shop, More Than You, Man Like Me and Lalala, as well as its self-written songs Where You Are, Have a Good Night, Tattoo and In My Head. It also turned up the heat with performances of the OST from Jung Yong Hwa′s drama Heartstrings, along with its hits Intuition, Loner and Love.

Fans in return showed their love by holding up placards reading ′Taiwan♥Boice (CN Blue′s fanclub) CN Blue′.

The band sang a total of 24 songs, and fans sang along to every single song being performed. They cheered in waves, and remained in their seats singing along to I′m Sorry, which played after the concert concluded.

CN Blue Holds World Tour Concert in Taiwan

Popular Taiwanese stars including JJ Lin, Peter Pan, JPM, Sodagreen member Shin Yi, Evan Yo and more attended the concert.

CN Blue will perform next in Singapore on April 13, then go on to Bangkok, Hong Kong and Seoul in May then Sydney, the Philippines and Beijing in June.

Photo credit: FNC Entertainment

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