FNC Entertainment Shares Previews Of CNBLUE’s Jung Yong Hwa’s Photo Exhibit

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The photo exhibit of CNBLUE’s Jung Yong Hwa starts on Friday!

CNBLUE’s leader Jung Yong Hwa may be busy serving his country through the mandatory military service, but he still makes sure that BOICEs have something to hold on to as they count the days until his return.

The singer-actor, who entered boot camp in March, has released a new Japanese song entitled “Letter” on May 21. The self-written track is part of his FEEL THE FIVE “Y” project, which will see the release of four more songs in the coming months.


Aside from music, Yong Hwa will also come out with his first ever photo book The Consideration, Four Colors on June 22, which is his birthday.

A photo exhibit of the same title will be held beginning June 15 until June 24 in support of the photo book.

In preparation, FNC Entertainment has unveiled previews of the upcoming photo exhibit via CNBLUE’s fan club Twitter, @CN_FANCLUB.

The colors and the emotion they represented were also unveiled. Pink will depict happiness, while black will show anger. Grey will be used for sorrow, while yellow will represent delight.

Jung Yong Hwa

From top to bottom: Happiness (Pink), Sorrow (Grey), Delight (Yellow), Anger (Black)

Moreover, selected scenes from the upcoming photo exhibit were also shared.

The photo exhibit will be divided into sessions — four on weekdays and five on weekends — with each running for 1.5 hours.

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