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CNBLUE’s Jung Yong Hwa To Continue His “Feel the Five ‘Y'” Project In April With “Melody”

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Mark your calendars and look forward to another outstanding single from Jung Yong Hwa!

CNBLUE’s Jung Yong Hwa will gift his fans with another self-written track titled “Melody” — the third single of his FEEL THE FIVE “Y” project.

The new song, which will be out on April 5, was produced shortly after the band’s 2017 arena tour. It will follow “Letter” and “Brothers” which were unveiled to the public in May and October 2018, respectively.

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Jung Yong Hwa

FEEL THE FIVE “Y” is a music project which serves as Yong Hwa’s gift to fans as they patiently wait for his return from the military.

After “Melody”, two more songs — “Jellyfish” and “The Moment” — will be revealed in the coming days. All songs from the project were written and composed by the singer-songwriter.

Jung Yong Hwa

Jung Yong Hwa is currently serving as an active duty solider at the 702nd Special Assault Regiment of the II Corps following the end of his basic military training.

Aside from his music project, the leader of CNBLUE also came out with his photo book last year in commemoration of his birthday.

Moreover, he was promoted to a full member of the Korea Music Copyright Association. He joined Block B’s Zico, B1A4’s Jung Jin Young, Highlight’s Yong Jun Hyung, SEVENTEEN’s Woozi, and iKON’s B.I as new full members.

Even while in the army, the singer-songwriter continued his philanthropic works. Most recently, he established a scholarship program in his high school alma mater. He kicked off the program by awarding six students from the graduating batch financial aid to help them pursue higher education. Every year, he aims to award six students to encourage them to further their studies.