Lee JongHyun's agency FNC Entertainment announced that he has left CNBLUE after a recent direct message incident with a female South Korean Afreeca TV BJ.August 29, 2019
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CNBLUE 씨앤블루 (Boy Group)
CNBLUE (Korean: 씨엔블루) is a South Korean pop rock band formed in 2009. The band consisted of Jung Yong-hwa (leader, guitar, main vocals, rap), Lee Jong-hyun (guitar, vocals, and keyboard), Kang Min-hyuk (drums), and Lee Jung-shin (bass). First bassist Kwon Kwang-jin left the band after they released their debut Japanese extended play Now or Never in 2009, and was replaced by Lee Jung-shin.
CN is an initialism for Code Name, while BLUE is a backronym for burning, lovely, untouchable, and emotional; it is meant to portray the images of Jong-hyun, Min-hyuk, Jung-shin, and Yong-hwa, respectively. On January 14, 2010, CNBLUE debuted in Korea with the lead single “I’m a Loner” from their first Korean EP Bluetory.