CNBLUE rocks the house with amazing performances in Hong Kong

CNBLUE treated fans in Hong Kong with two amazing concert performances as part of the group’s 2015 CNBLUE LIVE [COME TOGETHER] tour.

Already highly anticipated by the fans as soon as the dates were announced, the concerts became even more special when it was announced that due to a scheduling conflict, CNBLUE will no longer attend 2015 Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA), to be held in Hong Kong on December 2nd, despite being previously confirmed as a guest.

CNBLUE kicked off the shows with “Domino,” a song written by main vocalist Yonghwa for the group’s second full album 2gether. The band then followed up with classic songs such as “Loner,” “Can’t Stop,” and “I’m Sorry,” as well as other songs off of their recent album, including “Hide and Seek,” “Roller Coaster,” and “Cinderella.”

Besides getting the crowd going with amazing performances, members of the band also interacted with the fans using a mix of English and Cantonese, without the help of a translator. In particular, Yonghwa had no problems showing off his well-known crazy yet hilarious antics in a different language, constantly gathering laughter from the audience.

CNBLUE closed out the concerts with a three-song encore, performing “Try Again, Smile Again,” “Love Light,” and “Hold My Hand,” after promising the fans that they will return to the city next year.