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CNBLUE’s new Japanese album ranks No. 3 on Oricon

  • Published : Oct 19, 2017 - 17:42
  • Updated : Oct 19, 2017 - 17:42

CLBLUE’s recently released album “Stay Gold” has ranked No. 3 on Oricon’s daily album chart, a day after it was released Wednesday.

The album is the group’s sixth full-length studio album in the country and features songs that were all written by its members.

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CNBLUE (FNC Entertainment)


The band’s leader and vocalist Jung Yong-hwa wrote the title track “Starting Over,” a song about wanting to let go of anxiety and start over by going on a trip.

Following the album’s release, CNBLUE will kick off its Japan tour, which will begin with concerts in Osaka from Nov. 3 to 4 and will hit Tokyo, Fukui Prefecture, Fukuoka, Aichi Prefecture and Kanagawa Prefecture.

CNBLUE consists of Jung, Lee Jong-hyun, Kang Min-hyuk and Lee Jung-shin. It debuted in 2009 by performing in clubs and on the streets of Japan.
(khnews@heraldcorp.com)