CNBLUE members Jung-shin, Lee Jong-hyun, Kang Min-hyuk and Kang Min-hyuk [FNC Music]
Korean rock band CNBLUE will hit the road for a four-city concert tour in Japan, starting with their first show this weekend.
FNC Music announced in a press release on Thursday that the group will kick off their "Zepp Tour", beginning with a show in Osaka on Sunday followed by three more stops including Fukuoka on January 11, Nagoya on January 13 and Tokyo three days later.
CNBLUE, composed of members Jung-shin, Lee Jong-hyun, Kang Min-hyuk and Kang Min-hyuk, made their debut in Korea early last year with their hit single "Alone" and mini-album "Bluetory" after releasing two singles in Japan.
The group has led a successful music career overseas as well, going double platinum in Taiwan and placing in the top ranks of the prestigious Oricon chart in Japan. They have also held several fan meetings in Japan, meeting with several thousand fans during the event.
The quartet is currently working on releasing their new album in February and each member has been busy expanding their careers in the entertainment industry, appearing in dramas, movies and variety shows.
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