CNBLUE energizes fans with Blue Storm concert in Korea
Recently on the 18th, the members of CNBLUE put on their ‘Blue Storm‘ concert at the Olympic Hall in Seoul. It was their first performance in Korea in ten months, and they proved that they’ve definitely grown as artists in that time.
The group’s performance was highly energetic, and the boys devoted the show completely to their fans. It did not take long for them to show the audience that they had acquired much experience and learned a lot in the time they were away, performing overseas.
They started off the concert off with “Intuition“, followed by “Ready and Go“, “Voice“, and without missing a beat, continued with “Love Girl“, “Love Revolution“, “Sweet Holiday“, etc. Fans were on their feet for the majority of the concert as the upbeat music continued without long breaks in between.
CNBLUE’s acoustic performance as well as the additional orchestra that was present proved that the group had further sharpened their musical talents. Songs like “Why Why“, “Don’t Say Goodbye“, “Love rides the rain“, and “Because I Miss You” were newly edited and performed for their fans.
They also sang some of their indies title tracks off their Japanese album such as “Lie“, and “Just Please” as a treat for their Japanese fans who crossed over to Korea to see them perform. They ended their performance with a re-vamped rock version of the smooth love song, “Love Light“.
The C.N. Blue boys are no longer ameteurs when it comes to performing on stage. Nothing about their concert that night seemed pre-orchestrated or even conventional. They were simply enjoying themselves and enjoying their music on stage. They did not need to try hard to engage their audience, and their fans seemed more eager and responsive at this concert than any other performance before it.
Their fans demanded an encore and so the boys ambitiously put on what rather seemed like another concert of four more songs- “I’m a Loner“, “Love“, “You’ve fallen for me“, and “Thank You“.
After it was all said and done, Jung Yong Hwa remarked to the audience, “I realized that we as performers need to enjoy ourselves on stage as well. I very much enjoy interacting with our fans through our performances- its a lot of fun.”
With this concert, C.N. Blue kicked officially kicked off their Asia Tour. They have a major debut planned to take place in Japan in the near future, and they also have a Indies performance scheduled at the Yokohama Arena on the 15th in Japan in front of 15,000 fans.
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