CN Blue releases movie in JapanK-pop band CN Blue returned from a visit to Japan yesterday, celebrating the release of their first documentary film “The Story of CNBlue: Never Stop,” which was released in Japanese theaters last Friday.
The four-member group attended the Tokyo premiere on Friday and visited seven other places, including Yokohama and Kawasaki, according to Warner Music Japan.
“It was enjoyable [to film the documentary],” said guitarist and singer Lee Jong-hyun at the Tokyo premiere. “To tell the truth, sometimes it was quite challenging because there were so many cameras. But when the shooting was over, it felt like something was missing.”
The two-hour film, directed by Jeon Yong-seung, features the band members’ daily lives before they became famous, as well as behind-the-scenes footage of the band’s world tour.
“Like the title of the documentary, our band is not going to stop. I hope our fans will keep cheering us on,” said Jung Yong-hwa, the leader of the band.
By Jin Eun-soo, contributing writer