Wednesday, December 29, 2010

CNBLUE’s comeback possibly delayed with drama offers

CNBLUE appears to be stuck between a rock and a hard place.
Their rising popularity in the acting industry is forcing them to debate between following more acting opportunities, or continuing with their scheduled comeback.
On December 29th, the band’s agency, FNC Music, revealed that the boys’ February comeback might be delayed in order to give priority to the offers the members have been receiving from drama producers.
A representative of the agency stated, “All four of the members have all been offered roles in different dramas by popular directors. We’re currently discussing the possibility of delaying their comeback as singers because of them.”
Although nothing’s set in stone yet, the development only shows that the rookie group’s fame is well-established.
Kang Minhyuk is currently starring in SBS’s “It’s Okay, Daddy’s Daughter,” while Jung Yonghwahas a drama scheduled for the second half of 2011.

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