CNBLUE’s Jung Yong Hwa, Kang Min Hyuk and Lee Jung Shin have renewed their contracts with FNC Entertainment.
On October 21, FNC Entertainment announced that the three members had renewed their contracts with the agency. The agency added that CNBLUE would plan a group comeback with a new album by the end of this year.
CNBLUE made its South Korean debut in 2010, releasing hits like “I’m a loner”, “I’m sorry” and “Can’t Stop”. In 2020, all three members returned from their military service, signaling a new beginning in their careers.
The fourth member of CNBLUE, Lee Jong Hyun, left the group in 2019 after various controversies. He was also discharged from the military earlier this year.
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