Star four-member group CNBLUE held their first official fan meeting in Japan and delivered a message of appreciation.
CNBLUE met 5,000 fans coming from all around Japan at the fan meeting entitled “Welcome to BOICE JAPAN,” which was held at Tokyo International Forum Hall in Yurakucho on October 28.
During the event, CNBLUE presented songs which had been hits both in Korea and Japan including their title song “Let’s Go Crazy” and their second single title song “I don’t know why” (which had ranked atop the Oricon in the category of indie bands and ranked at 7th place in the single category), “Love,” and “I’m a Loner.” In addition, they held a charity auction by presenting their own belongings and items containing their personal memories including a guitar, drumsticks, clothes worn in the drama, and their own drawings, and they decided to donate the profits from the auction to UNICEF.
The leader of CNBLUE said, “Now we are preparing a new single and we have decided to hold a Zepp tour early next year.” Members sang the song “a.ri.ga.tou” as an encore while saying, “We will sing with our deepest appreciation for our fans, who have always given fervent support to us.” CNBLUE will hold a live tour concert in the four Zepp concert halls in the cities of Osaka (January 9), Fukuoka (January 11), Nagoya (January 13), and Tokyo (January 16).
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