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[V Report Plus] B1A4 bandmates exchange tearful letters before CNU’s enlistment

  • Published : Jan 22, 2019 - 15:51
  • Updated : Jan 22, 2019 - 15:51

The three bandmates of B1A4 exchanged tearful letters with one another before CNU’s military enlistment Tuesday.

In a V Live video filmed Monday, they appeared shy when they started writing the letters but soon turned serious.

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CNU first read the letters from the two other bandmates.

“I have been thankful to you since we have known each other. I’m here because of you. Don’t get hurt, and stay health in the military. I will visit you a lot. I always love you,” read Gongchan’s letter.

Sandel said in the letter, “Bro! Don’t worry about us. Just focus on adapting to the new environment. Anyway, thank you for leading us by reason of being the eldest brother.”

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Sandeul also started reading the letters from his bandmates.

“It’s been a long time since I’ve written a letter to you. We’ve been doing well, right? Keep healthy, and do not skip meals while I’m away,” CNU said in the letter to Sandeul.

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Gongchan’s letter read, “You always give me energy. I always count on you, but you didn’t think that I bothered you. Let’s stay together and run forward in the future.”

Gongchan finished off by reading the letters he had received.

“I’m so proud that I have a nice brother like you. You have a really good heart as well as good looks. Please stay reliable just like now. Love you,” Sandeul said in the letter.

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CNU said, “It has been 10 years since I’ve seen you around. You’ve been doing well during the time. I feel now you are my full brother.”
At the end of the clip, CNU said, “Please keep support B1A4 with Sandeul and Gongchan.”

While CNU serves his military service, the remaining bandmates will continue activities as a duo.


Watch B1A4 read their letters at https://www.vlive.tv/video/109690.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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