Korean band CNBLUE to hold concert in Malaysia after almost 10 years

South Korean band CNBLUE is set to rock the stage in Kuala Lumpur this April. Photo: CNBLUE Japan/Instagram

South Korean pop-rock band CNBLUE is set to make its long-awaited comeback in Malaysia after almost 10 years.

The trio, who last performed in the country in August 2014, will be staging a concert at Mega Star Arena, Kuala Lumpur on April 20 at 8pm.

Organised by Hit Maker Entertainment and Lo-Fi Entertainment, the 2024 CNBLUE Live 'CNBLUENTITY' in KL promises to captivate fans (known as Boice) with hits like I'm A Loner, I'm Sorry, Love, Can't Stop and other new materials.

CNBLUE made its debut in 2010 under FNC Entertainment and comprises vocalist and guitarist Yonghwa, drummer Minhyuk and bassist Jungshin.

Over the past decade, the band – which has recorded songs in Korean, Japanese, English and other languages – has released 11 studio albums, 14 extended plays, 33 singles and three compilation albums.

The group has also clinched numerous accolades at popular Korean music award shows like the Golden Disc Awards, Mnet Asian Music Awards and Melon Music Awards.

Music aside, the three members have also taken up acting. Yonghwa landed the lead role in the comedy series Brain Works (2023), Minhyuk starred in the drama Celebrity (2023) while Jungshin starred as the protagonist in the 2022 comedy Sh**ting Stars.

Tickets to CNBLUE's concert in KL, priced between RM398 to RM798, will go on sale starting noon on Feb 29 at www.ticketingtix.com.

Pre-sale registration opens this Friday (Feb 23), with limited fan benefits up for grabs.

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