CNBLUE’s Jung Yong Hwa Sets Up Scholarship Program In His High School Alma Mater

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Jung Yong Hwa may be busy with his military service, but he never forgets to share his blessings to others.

CNBLUE’s Jung Yong Hwa has opened a scholarship program in support of juniors from his high school alma mater Namsan High School in Busan.

At the school’s 28th commencement exercises, the singer-songwriter awarded scholarships to six graduates as assistance in their pursuit for higher education.

The leader of CNBLUE hopes to give more students the chance to further their education by giving out scholarships to six graduates every year.

Jung Yong Hwa

(Photo from OSEN)

In addition to the scholarship program, Jung Yong Hwa also made generous donations to the school’s development to fund student scholarships and support for the arts and music.

In the past years, the singer-songwriter has displayed his generosity through supporting charitable causes and making donations for the benefit of children and low-income families.

Military Enlistment And Recent Activities

Meanwhile, the leader of CNBLUE is currently fulfilling his mandatory service in the special forces. He entered boot camp in March 2018, becoming the first CNBLUE member to do so.

After completing his basic training with excellent results, he received the assignment to the 702nd Special Assault Regiment of the II Corps. He will complete his military service in November.

Following his enlistment, Jung Yong Hwa continued to treat fans with his music through his Feel the Five “Y” music project in Japan, which will see the release of five songs.

He kicked off the project with “Letter” in May 2018. In October 2018, he came out with the second track “Brothers”. Three more songs will be unveiled in the coming months including “Melody”, “Jellyfish”, and “The Moment”.

Read: Jung Yong Hwa Unveils New Song “Brothers” Dedicated To CNBLUE Members

Additionally, after almost a year of hiatus on Instagram, Jung Yong Hwa recently greeted fans with a new selfie.

Moreover, the Korea Music Copyright Association recently promoted him as a full member, along with B1A4’s Jin Young, Highlight’s Yong Jun Hyung, Block B’s Zico, SEVENTEEN’s Woozi, and iKON’s B.I.