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[NEWS] Why CNBLUE’s long-run should be spotlighted

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CNBLUE’s ‘Can’t Stop’ is having a long-run, getting continuous supports from many fans.According to daily charts for March 17th, CNBLUE’s ‘Can’t Stop’ was ranked 9th on Melon, 6th on Monkey3, 11th on GENIE, 12th on Mnet, 12th on Olleh Music, 15th on Naver Music, 18th on Soribada, 17th on Cy Music, 19th on Bugs, and 24th on DAUM.

Many people might find that CNBLUE’s ‘Can’t Stop’ is not as overpowering, compared to SoYou x JunggiGO’s ‘Some’, 2NE1’s ‘Come Back Home’ and ‘Gotta Be You’, and Girls’ Generation’s ‘Mr.Mr.’

However, the reason why CNBLUE needs to be the spotlighted is because they are competing with songs of their own compositions.

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[NEWS] CNBLUE’s ‘Can’t Stop’ getting hot reactions from Europe

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CNBLUE’s new album is getting great reactions from Europe as well.On March 4th, a Polish press called ‘Asia on Wave Poland’ introduced CNBLUE as “One of the most outstanding K-Pop bands.”

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[TUTORIALS] How To Vote For CNBLUE for ALL Music Shows!

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CNBLUE started promotions for Can’t stop on music shows. These are the things we need to do to help CNBLUE win on Music Shows.

1). Vote online for CNBLUE online for Mnet Countdown and MBC Show Champion

2). Getting CNBLUE SNS points (for Mnet Countdown and SBS Inkigayo)

3). Watch Can’t Stop MV through MBC Music Core’s website

4). Use M&tvTalk App to vote for CNBLUE for SBS Inkigayo

5). It is probably difficult for International BOICE to help with LIVE SMS voting. The instructions are here if you want to try to vote.

1). Online Voting

Mnet Countdown Global Fan Vote (10% of score)

MBC Show Champion Online Vote (15% of score)

  • Voting is every Tuesday until Sunday. You can vote 3 times a day.
  • You need a Melon ID. There are many tutorials on the web. Here is the link to a tutorial
  • Scroll down the page a little and click on the orange voting button (it’s the button below the picture of the voting box) to vote.
  • A window will pop up with a list of artists. Find CNBLUE on the list and click on the blue button on the right to vote.
  • (Note: A window will pop up and ask for your log in information, if you have not already logged in. After you log in, you will need to click on the orange voting button again.)
  • After clicking the blue button, another window will pop up and click on the blue button to confirm your vote. You can vote 2 more times for CNBLUE. Just wait a little bit before you vote again to make sure the vote registered.

2). SNS Points (35% for SBS Inkigayo and 10% for Mnet Countdown)

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[☆Info] How International BOICE Can Support CNBLUE for ‘Can’t Stop’ Comeback

Hello Beautiful BOICE,

Here is one of the most important posts you will ever read, or at least for now it is! As you all know CNBLUE is about to comeback with their 5th Korean mini album, ‘Can’t Stop’ which is dropping on February 25th 2014! YES IN THREE DAYS!! This informational post is chock full of all you need to know to get CNBLUE the most SNS Points this comeback! In case you aren’t aware, the 4 major music shows listed below rate the artists during comeback for the amount of fan support they get so that’s how the Idol groups that win at the end of the shows win the most points! The points are counted from all the tweets we send that use the correct hashtags and several other ways. EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW IS UP AHEAD!

So read carefully and GET CNBLUE SOME AWARDS!!!! FIGHTING BOICE,, DAJUKJA!!!

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[NEWS]Spanish/Eng: Empapan de K-Pop a mexicanos / Mexicans are soak by K-Pop

MÉXICO, DF.- El K-Pop también puede ser bastante rockero.

Para muestra, la banda CNBLUE, cuyos integrantes deleitaron a seis mil asistentes, según organizadores, con un festín musical en el que reinó la balada, pero también el sonido electro-rock.

Orejas y varitas con luces azules que invadieron el Pepsi Center, la tarde del domingo, se movieron con efervescencia a las 18:00 horas por un video con constelaciones espaciales que formaban las imágenes de Jung Yong Hwa, Lee Jung Shin, Lee Jong Hyun y Kang Min Hyuk.

Tras esto, las seguidoras, la mayoría de entre 13 y 20 años, saltaron al ver a sus ídolos interpretar un combo rock compuesto por “Where Are You”, “Get Away ” y “One Time”, donde el falsete de Jung hizo que todas gritaran.

“¡Hola México! Es increíble, son los mejores. ¡Hola mamacitas! Estamos muy contentos de estar en México. ¿Cómo están todos? ¡Hoy let’s go fiesta!”, expresó Jung Yong para pasar de los riffs al sintetizador con “Wake Up”.

Sin embargo, los ánimos subieron con las baladas pop “I’m Sorry”, “Love Girl” y “You’ve Fallen for me”, tema de la telenovela coreana Heartstrings, el cual fue coreado por todos los fans en coreano.

Tras dos horas y 22 canciones, el grupo cerró su presentación con “Try Again, Smile Again”.

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Trans: Mexicans are soak by K-Pop

The K-Pop can also be quite rocker. To sample the CNBLUE band, whose members delighted six thousand attendees at the Pepsi Center, according to organizers, with a musical feast in the kingdom to the ballad, but also the electro-rock sound.

Ears and sticks with blue lights invaded the premises, on Sunday afternoon, they moved with effervescence at 18:00 hours with a video spatial constellations forming images of Jung Yong Hwa, Lee Jung Shin, Lee Jong Hyun, and Kang Min Hyuk.

After this, the followers with the majority between 13 and 20 years jumped to see their idols chant a rock combo composed of “Where Are You”, “Get Away”, “One Time”, Jung voice causing screams.

“Hola Mexico! It’s amazing, you’re the best. “!Hello Mamacitas! We are very happy to be in Mexico. How is everyone? Today lets go party! “Jung express to move from the synthesizer riff on the theme” Wake Up

Their Mood came up with the pop ballad “I’m Sorry” and “Love Girl” and “You’ve Fallen for Me” theme Heartstrings Korean soap, which due chanted all Korean fans.

After two hours and 22 songs, the group closed their presentation with “Try Again, Smile Again”.

Source:  elgolfo.info
Trans provided by: Sol / @STARZ4LIFE


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[NEWS] Spanish/Eng: Solo temen a la comida picante / Only Fear The Spicy Food

CN Blue ha desafiado los alcances del K-Pop al eliminar las coreografías de sus shows y demostrar que su talento es tocar en vivo.

Sin embargo, hay una cosa que sus integrantes tienen miedo de hacer: comer comida mexicana picante.

Es por eso que la banda surcoreana, integrada por Jung Yong Hwa, Lee Jung Shin, Lee Jong Hyun y Kang Min Hyuk, admitió ayer en entrevista no ha probado platillos típicos como los tacos, las enchiladas o el mole.

“Cuando estaba en la secundaria visité Estados Unidos y fui a un restaurante mexicano. Alguien me dijo que me pagaba si comía alimentos con chile habanero.

“Lo hice, pero el ardor me duró todo el día, entonces tengo bastante miedo de probarlos”, expresó Jung Yong Hwa, vocalista de la banda.

Como buenos fans del futbol, Jung Yong y Min Hyuk demostraron su admiración por Javier “Chicharito” Hernández y Cuauhtémoc Blanco al imitar la “Cuauhtemiña”.

Considerados una celebridad musical desde 2009, el grupo ha lanzado cuatro álbumes con canciones de su autoría: Bluetory, Blue Love, Ear Fun y Re Blue.

Éste último llegó al número uno de la lista World Álbum de Billboard tras vender más de 10 mil copias.

Debido a su habilidad como ejecutantes en las guitarras, el bajo y la batería, los miembros de CN Blur han recibido alentadoras críticas y han tenido buenas ventas en países de Latinoamérica.

De modo que su Blue Moon Tour, a decir del grupo, ha sido exitoso en América, y aunque en un principio se sentían presionados, la unión que tienen los relaja.

“Hay mucho estrés (por tener buena aceptación), pero a través de cada show nosotros nos desestresamos y nos satisfacemos. Entre nosotros hablamos mucho y salimos a ver películas para relajarnos”, dijo Jung.

A pesar de no conocer grupos mexicanos de pop, los surcoreanos se declararon abiertos a colaborar con músicos hispanohablantes.

“Vendremos más seguido en caso de que haya más oportunidades. No conocemos mucho, pero es algo muy interesante y estamos dispuestos a aprender español”, comentó Jung Shin.

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Trans: Only Fear The Spicy Food

CNBLUE has challenged the extent of the K-Pop by eliminating choreography in their shows and prove that their talent is playing live.

But one thing their members are afraid to do, is eat spicy Mexican food.

That’s why the South Korean band, Jung Yong Hwa, Lee Jung Shin, Lee Jong Hyun and Kang Min Hyuk, admitted yesterday in an interview they have not tested dishes such as tacos, enchiladas or mole.

“When I was a high school visit the United States and went to a Mexican restaurant. Someone told me that they will pay me if I ate food with habanero chile. I did, but my mouth was burning the whole day since then i’ve been pretty scared to try them,” express Yong Hwa Junh vocalist.

As good football fans, Jung Yong and Min Hyuk showed their admiration for Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez and Cuauhtemoc Blanco and mimic the “Cuauhtemina”

Considered a musical celebrity since 2009, the group has released four albums with songs: Bluetory, Blue Love, Fun Ear and Re-Blue.

This last album reach number one on the Billboard World Album list after selling more than 10,000 copies.

Because of their ability as performers on guitars, bass and drums, CNBLUE members had received encouraging critical and have had good sales in Latin America countries.

So that their Blue Moon Tour, to say that it has been successful in America, and although at first they felt pressure, the union they have relax them.

“There’s a lot of stress (to have good acceptance), but through each show we de-stress ourselves and are satisfied. Between ourselves we talk a lot and we go to watch movies to relax,” Jung said.

Despite not knowing Mexican pop group, the Koreans declared themselves open to collaborate with musicians Spanish speakers.

“We will come more often. Do not know much, but it’s interesting and are willing to learn Spanish” Jung Shin commented

Source:  am.com.mx
Trans provided by: Sol / @STARZ4LIFE


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[INFO] Our Statement In Regards To CNBLUE BMUSA Travel Information

Hello All!

We heard there were some hate tweets against us for not sharing CNBLUE’s flight info from NYC to LA. The promoters have asked that we keep the details private since they did not hire a security detail and it would have been a logistics nightmare if there was a mob at LAX. Though the JFK airport (IMO) was organized and the boys still had their personal space, the promoter felt that it should not have happened at all.

CNBLUE and the fans safety and security were our #1 priority. It was a tough decision to make on our part, since we’re all about sharing information to the best of our knowledge. But the very few people who knew would like to be supportive of the company’s (unusual) request, which was also echoed by our source.

We were as surprised to see some fans present at the airport terminal, most of them just coming out from their flights or have been waiting for hours. The promoter did say that if the crowd of fans gets any bigger than our very small group, the boys would have went out a different terminal.

Again, we sincerely apologize for any misunderstanding it may have caused and hoping for everyone’s continued support. Till our next CNBLUE Concert in the US! 🙂

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[NEWS] Spanish/Eng Trans: CNBLUE ofrece gran primer concierto en México / CNBLUE Gives Great Concert in Mexico

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Photo: JANNIS MÉRIDA EL UNIVERSAL

En su primer concierto en México, la banda CNBLUE causó gran euforia en el público que se dio cita en el Pepsi Center para deleitarse con sus éxitos

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Cientos de padres de familia, hermanos mayores y vendedores ambulantes esperaron a que miles fans de CNBLUE disfrutaran de su primer concierto en el Pepsi Center de la Ciudad de México.

Con los gritos de “¡CNBLUE!” a todo lo que da, chicos y grandes, hombres y mujeres, citadinos y del interior de la república esperaron impacientes a que Lee Jong Hyun, Jung Yong Hwa, Kang Min Hyunk y Lee Jung Shin salieran al escenario en punto de las seis de la tarde para deleitar con sus temas musicales a los seis mil asistentes.

Pero justo un minuto antes de la hora acordada, la enorme pantalla del fondo se encendió para mostrar imágenes del Blue Moon Tour: una enorme luna, una gran ciudad nocturna y los músicos subiendo escaleras al cielo, o más bien, a la luna.

Con una gran energía, minutos después de la hora acordada los artistas salieron al escenario para cantar “Where are you”, desatando la locura de los asistentes que corearon el tema junto a ellos agitando innumerables varitas multicolores.

Inclinados más al rock al principio, los artistas interpretaron “Get Away” bastante concentrados en sus instrumentos musicales pero también en dar vueltas por el escenario y acercarse a los asistentes.

No fue hasta la tercera canción, “One time” en la que CNBLUE dedicó sus primeras palabras al público: ¡México, you are the best!, y cada uno gritó un ¡Hola México! para dar la bienvenida a este primer encuentro y hasta “Mamacitas” llamaron a las asistentes.

Combinando inglés, coreano y español los cuatro integrantes trataron de saludar a su público que dijeran lo que dijeran no dejaban de aplaudir y gritar celebrando este primer encuentro.

“¿Están listos? ¡Gracias!” gritó el vocalista al invitar a todos a disfrutar de esa fiesta y continuó “¡Uno, dos, tres cuatro!” para cantar “Naram Namja”, claro, sin dejar de moverse por todo el escenario.

“Coffee Shop”, “Have a good night” y “Wake up” fueron otros de los temas que integraron esta primera parte del concierto, pero después de una pequeñísima pausa dieron paso a la parte tranquila en la que Jong Hwa tomó el piano para cantar “Feeling”, acompañada por una atmósfera de luces que se ambientó aún más cuando cantaron “Love light” llenando de burbujas de las fans el recinto.

“Sarang Bit”, “Y, Why” y “These Days” sacaron las lágrimas de las asistentes que por nada dejaron de grabar cada movimiento de sus estrellas favoritas.

Repitiendo “Gracias”, “México” y “Fiesta” en cada oportunidad, CNBLUE convenció a sus fans de por qué tenían que ser ellos los siguientes en visitar nuestro país, sumando a la noche canciones como “Just Please”, “Tattoo” “Yicam (Intuición)”, “Hey You”, “Love Girl” y “You’ve fallen for me”, éste último parte de la música del drama coreano “Heartstrings”, llegando casi a la recta final del encuentro no sin antes decir “¡Te amo!” y “Es tan hermoso México”.

Poco antes de despedirse con “Love” y “Try again smile again”, CNBLUE prometió regresar de nuevo más adelante y agradeció al público de toda la república que hizo hasta lo imposible para estar esa noche con ellos y por supuesto, comprarse un pequeño souvenir que les haga recordar esta primera visita de la banda surcoreana.

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Trans: CNBLUE gives great first concert in Mexico

At their first concert in Mexico, the band CNBLUE caused great euphoria in the audience which gathered at the Pepsi Center to revel in their successes

Hundreds of parents, older siblings and vendors waited for CNBLUE thousands of fans enjoy their first concert at the Pepsi Center in Mexico City .

With cries of “CNBLUE ! ” anything that gives , young and old, men and women, city dwellers and the interior of the country waited impatiently for Lee Jong Hyun , Jung Yong Hwa , Kang Min Lee Jung Shin Hyunk and leave the stage at about six in the late to delight with their music .

But just a minute before the appointed time, the huge background screen lit to show pictures of Blue Moon Tour: a huge moon , a night city and musicians climbing stairs to heaven, or rather , to the moon.

With great energy , minutes after the appointed time the artists took the stage to sing “Where are you” , unleashing the madness of the attendees chanted the issue with them countless multicolored waving wands.

More inclined to rock at first, the artists performed “Get Away” pretty focused on their musical instruments but also roam around the stage and get closer to the audience.

It was not until the third song, “One time” in which CNBLUE dedicated his first words to the audience :Mexico , you are the best , and everyone shouted aHola Mexico ! to welcome this first meeting and even ” Mamacitas ” called assistants .

Combining English, Korean and Spanish four members tried to greet your audience to tell what they said they kept cheering and screaming.

” Are you ready ?Thank you ! ” cried the singer to invite everyone to enjoy the party and continued “One, two, three, four! ” to sing ” Naram Namja ” clear , while moving around the stage .

“Coffee Shop” , “Have a good night” and ” Wake up” were other issues that made up the first part of the concert, but after a tiny pause gave way to the quiet part where Jong Hwa took piano for sing ” Feeling” , accompanied by a full bubble atmosphere caused by their fans.

” Sarang Bit “, “Y , Why” and ” These Days ” drew tears from the attendees that nothing stopped recording every move of their favorite stars .

Repeating “Thank you” , ” Mexico ” and ” Fiesta” at every opportunity, CNBLUE convinced his fans why they had to be the next to visit our country , adding to the night songs like “Just Please” , “Tattoo ” ” Yicam ( Intuition ) “,” Hey You ” , ” Love Girl ” and ” You’ve fallen for me ” , the latter part of the music of the Korean drama” Heartstrings ” , reaching almost to the final of the encounter not before saying “I love you ! ” and ” It’s so beautiful Mexico .”

Shortly before leaving with ” Love” and ” Try again smile again” , CNBLUE promised to return again later and thanked the public throughout the republic did the impossible to be with them that night and of course, buy a small souvenir that will make them remember this first visit of the South Korean side .

Source:  eluniversal.com
Trans provided by: Sol / @STARZ4LIFE


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[Info] 131211 CNBLUE Announce ‘BLUE MOON’ World Tour Dates for North & South America

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The wait is over, BOICE in the United States!
CNBLUE will be back to the States to see you all again.
Don’t miss this chance to see them live again in New York City and Los Angeles.

Once done conquering the USA, CNBLUE World Tour ‘BLUE MOON’ in Latin America!
We are pleased to announce you that CNBLUE will have their World Tour ‘BLUE MOON’ in Latin America.
The concerts in Mexico(January 26th in 2014), Peru(Jan 28th), Chile(Jan 31th) are already fixed.
See you soon, Latin America!

“K-POP’S HOTTEST ROCK BAND

CNBLUE consists of 4 members, Yong-Hwa Jung, Jong-Hyun Lee, Min-Hyuk Kang, and Jung-Shin Lee. They have proven their musical talent and improved the image of K-culture overall, as they have lots of live concerts in abroad as well as in Korea. Also, its members have appeared in popular Korean dramas that have appealed to global fans.

The band’s 4th mini album “RE: Blue” that was released in January of this year was a premonition of the tour’s success. The album and its title track “I’m Sorry” not only swept all the major music charts in Korea but also topped internationally renowned pop charts such as Billboard World Album Chart, Japan’s Tower Record Chart, Taiwan’s Omusic and MYX Daily Chart in the Philippines.

The band kicked off its world tour in Taiwan in April, 2013, and continued its journey through Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong, Australia, Philippines, China, Malaysia and Indonesia, all of which resulted in enormous success. Now, the band is further expanding its musical territory to the U.S., Mexico, Peru, Chile and Europe to pursue its never-ending ambition.

The M-Live Project is produced to develop the music industry and globalize Korean music. The Project aims to support Korean music labels as they stride to enter the world market with CJ Corporation’s rich global network and infrastructure.”

~~Info provided by AXS

NYC

[NEW YORK CITY]
2014 CNBLUE BLUE MOON WORLD TOUR LIVE IN NEW YORK CITY
Date: 8 pm, Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Venue: Best Buy Theatre Times Square
Ticket price: USD 150, USD 130, USD 70
Ticket sales date: Friday, December 13, 2013 4PM (EDT)
Ticket Booking: http://www.axs.com/ , http://www.powerhouselive.net/

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[LOS ANGELES]
2014 CNBLUE BLUE MOON WORLD TOUR LIVE IN LOS ANGELES
Date: 8 pm, Friday, January 24, 2014
Venue: Pasadena Civic Auditorium
Ticket price: USD 150, USD 120, USD 80, USD 50
Ticket sales date: Friday, December 13, 2013 4PM (PDT)
Ticket Booking: http://www.ticketmaster.com/ , http://www.powerhouselive.net/

OMGAAAAAAAD YOU GUYS, CNBLUE WILL BE COMING TO THE USA!!!!!! LET MARI KNOW HOW EXCITED YOU ARE!!!! OMGOMGOMGOMG! /DIES

You guys, I am MOST HAPPY to help spread the word to BOICE WORLDWIDE that CNBLUE will finally add North and South America, more specifically Mexico, Chile, Peru, NY, & LA to their ‘BLUE MOON’ World Tour!!

New York City, and MY HOME, is the first site CNBLUE will visit in the new year, and I cannot tell you how excited I am! I was born and raised in NY and so for CNBLUE to add the City to their list of places they have conquered with ‘BLUE MOON’, make me most happy! I know New York is one place that CNBLUE members have never been to and Yonghwa has mentioned his desire to visit the City so knowing this makes this event all the more special to me! I really hope that all BOICE in and around the New York area will attend and if you do plan to go, please visit CNBLUE USA Facebook and let us know! Also, added will be a visit to LA where they will hold another BM event, you will find two events on the FB so please select the one you will attend and JOIN!!

Subsequently, CNBLUE will visit Peru, Chile, and Mexico before the end of the month according to the info above. For more information about tickets and anything regarding the BM concerts in the US, please follow @CNBOICEUSA on twitter & @ColorMECNBLUE for more info. We may plan to have a meet up for fans so please spread the word to everyone you know!!

Source: CNBLUE Official FB
Posted by Mari @ ColorMeCNBLUE


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【News】CNBLUE appointed as ambassadors for ‘Food for the Hungry’

The members of CNBLUE were appointed as ambassadors for the international relief organization, Food for the Hungry, to help bring awareness to child poverty.

CNBLUE were all smiles as they showed up to bring some light onto the bleak situation of underprivileged families. The group has been active as ambassadors who bring awareness on the plight of children around the world on issues such as receiving proper education, poverty, and forced child labor.

Yonghwa, Jonghyun, Jungshin, and Minhyuk also played with the ‘Pororo‘ mascot that was present at the ceremony for the children.

Photo credits: Mydaily , Newsen, StarNews | Source:  @allkpop