This is too cute! First time for me in seeing Yong Hwa holding a baby. Now I can picture him as a papa.
CNBLUE's Yonghwa + Jonghyun spotted with Eugene and Ki Tae Young's baby
By alim17 Cr: allkpop
CNBLUE's Yonghwa and Jonghyun have kidnapped Ki Tae Young and Eugene's baby, Ro Hee!
Just kidding. Fans spotted the two idols showing their fatherly sides while roaming around with the baby for an upcoming episode of KBS 2TV's 'Superman is Back'! The two look so handsome. What perfect uncles for Ro Hee.
Pictures are spreading on both online communities and SNS on March 23 from people who witnessed the three of them roaming around on Papa Yonghwa's belly. They were seen taking the subway.
Why did Jung Yong-hwa spend 1 million won at noraebang?
Updated : April 12 2016
Jung Yong-hwa of CNBLUE is set to appear on TV music program “Two Yoo Project Sugar Man” as a producer on Tuesday.
He will team up with MC Yoo Hee-yeol to bring back “Sugarman” -- a term describing a singer who was a one-hit wonder, but has since disappeared. Jung will help recreate the singer’s original song and perform to the public again.
Jung Yong-hwa (JTBC)
The identity of the Sugarman will be revealed on Tuesday’s episode.
“I never knew this person would appear. He is handsome and from a good looking boy band,” the participants of the show gave out hints for viewers to guess before the show.
Jung said, the Sugarman’s song made him spend 1 million won ($875) at the noraebang, singing venue.
JTBC show “Two Yoo Project Sugar Man” will go on air at 10:50 p.m.
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CNBLUE's Yonghwa shows great professionalism as the idol band leader.
During an interview with 'Elle', Yonghwa speaks on CNBLUE's music, performances, and more.
The leader of the group first shares a bit about their new album as he said, "This album contains music that matches well with CNBLUE. In the past, we were too worried and became limited from the thought that bands have to be a certain way. I don't know why we were like that. We just have to do music that fits us, so I think now is the real start."
Then Yonghwa talks about the recent Asia tour and shows professionalism as he said, "Honestly, it is not easy to take care of myself before performances. I do want to go out at night, and drink away, but there is no guarantee that the audience is going to be able to see us again in another performance. It could be their first and last concert."
Yonghwa is always working hard to prepare the best for CNBLUE and their supportive fans. More of Yonghwa's interview and photo shoot can be found in May issue of 'Elle'.
Singer-actor Jung Yong-hwa of boy group CNBLUE on Monday attended the press conference for Chinese blockbuster “Emperors Cook Up a Storm” in Foshan, China.
“I was attracted by the role of a chef and it’s a very charming character,” Jung told the Chinese reporters. “Also, it was an opportunity to work with actors, including Nicholas Tse. So I immediately accepted the role.”
“I have starred in TV dramas in Korea but this is my first movie. I worried a lot, but the director and coactors helped me out a lot so it was a fun experience. I am excited.”
In the gastronomy-themed flick, Jung plays a top chef of a restaurant with three Michelin stars.
The film already drew attention for its mega budget of 46 billion won ($38.5 million) produced by Hong-Kong based Emperor Motion Pictures.