Park Shin Hye & CNBLUE Display Strong Bond, ‘Doctors’ Actress Shows Support For Kpop Band’s Concert
Park Shin Hye and members of the South Korean band CNBLUE recently showcased their strong friendship during the K-pop group's Seoul concert. The "Doctors" actress even shared several backstage images of herself and the quartet on social media.
Several members of the Kpop group CNBLUE have been a part of Park Shin Hye's close circle of musician friends. The actress, as well as band members Jung Yong Hwa and Kang Min Hyuk even starred in several TV dramas together such as "You Are Beautiful," "Heartstrings" and Heirs."
Recently, Park Shin Hye showed her support for CNBLUE by attending the Kpop band's concert held in Seoul. The actress took to Instagram on June 4, Sunday, to upload several selfie pictures with Kang Min Hyuk and Lee Jong Hyun. In the said images, the "Doctors" star posed holding one of the light sticks used during the said concert, while the two musicians posed beside her.
In two other pictures, Park Shin Hye stood beside Lee Jong Hyun and CNBLUE's main vocalist Jung Yong Hwa along with the Kpop band's other members and friends. The actress continued to brandish her light stick as she posed for the photos, while her former "Heartstrings" and "Heirs" co-stars each flashed V-signs.
Meanwhile, Park Shin Hye is set to meet her avid followers from several Asian countries in a series of meet-and-greet events. The former child star will jumpstart her 2017 fan meeting tour with a special event in Hong Kong on June 10, Saturday. She will then visit Taiwan, Thailand, and the Philippines for the remaining three tour stops of her “Flower of Angel” fan meeting.
In other news, CNBLUE’s recent Seoul performances marked the start of the band’s 2017 Asia concert tour. Dubbed “2017 CNBLUE Live Between Us,” the four-member K-pop group’s Seoul concerts were attended by a total of 7,000 fans, according to Korea Herald.
Held on June 3 and June 4 at Seoul’s SK Olympic Handball Gymnasium, CNBLUE delighted the attendees with their exciting stage performances. Concert attendees were treated to two three-hour shows where the band performed more than 20 songs.
CNBLUE will travel to Singapore, the Philippines, and Indonesia on July 1, July 8 and July 15, respectively. The final leg of the Kpop band’s concert tour will include performances in Thailand, Hong Kong, and Taipei.