Like their fans, we also know how hard it is for an idol to struggle from being a trainee at an agency to successfully debuting and successful as a celebrity. However, there are several cases, controversies, and scandals that have come to them from their past or actions that were disturbing and actually became a fatal mistake. One of the K-Pop idols who lately didn’t think his career would just be ruined, who is a former member of CNBLUE’s Lee Jong-hyun. A guitarist who was born in 1990 is known to have a friendly, kind, and handsome personality. Nobody knew that he was caught in a mistake and controversy that is difficult to explain. Well, let’s take a more detailed look at a former member of CNBLUE‘s Lee Jong-hyun’s full profile, fun facts, a career with the group until the scandal that was chasing him. Let’s scroll down and find out more in this article below!

Full Profile of Lee Jong-hyun

Real Name : Lee Jong-hyun (hangul: 이종현) Stage Name : Jong-hyun (hangul: Jong-hyun 종현) Birth : Busan, South Korea, May 15, 1990 Star Sign : Taurus Height : 182 cm (6’0″) Weight : 64 kg (141 lbs) Blood Type : O Family Member : 1 brother and 2 sisters, Jong-hyun is the youngest son Position in the group : Lead Vocalist, Guitarist, Visual Education :

Songdo Elementary School Songdo Middle School Pukyong High School → Seoul Performing Arts High School Kyunghee Cyber ​​University

Facts about Lee Jong-hyun

Lee Jong-hyun’s With CNBLUE

Code Name Blue or better known as CNBLUE is South Korea’s top indie rock band. CNBLUE itself has 4 members consisting of Jung Yong-hwa (leader, vocals, rap, guitar, visual), Lee Jong-hyun (guitar, vocals), Lee Jung-shin (maknae, bass and rap) and Kang Min-hyuk. (drum). CNBLUE first debuted in Japan in August 2009 with the mini-album ‘Now or Never’. Initially, CNBLUE debuted with 4 members namely Jung Yonghwa, Lee Jonghyun, Kwon Kwang-jin and Kang Minhyuk. But in September, Kwon Kwang-jin left CNBLUE and was replaced by Lee Jung-shin.

In early 2010, CNBLUE made its official debut in South Korea on January 14, 2010 with the release of the mini-album ‘Bluetory’, then the next day CNBLUE appeared on KBS ‘Music Bank’ to hold their first debut stage performance that was aired on television.

On May 19, 2010, CNBLUE released their second album in Korea with the title ‘Bluelove’. The lead single on the album is Love and successfully took first place on ‘M! Countdown’ and ‘Inkigayo’. This made CNBLUE even more famous and recognized for the quality of its music.



  From 2014 to 2017, CNBLUE has released 3 mini-albums and 1 full album in South Korea. CNBLUE’s fifth album titled ‘BLUEMING’ was released in 2014. In 2015, CNBLUE released a full album titled ‘2gether’, and in 2016, CNBLUE released their sixth mini album titled ‘BLUEMING’ and their seventh mini album titled ‘7ºCN’ released last 2017.

Lee Jong-hyun’s Solo MV Through the Years

A female singer from FNC Entertainment agency, Juniel, appeared with the handsome member of the band CNBLUE, Lee Jong-hyun, in a soft duet song called Love Falls which is part of the seasonal album project, ROMANTIC, which is a digital single album with the main promotional song Love Falls. This song was composed by Jong-hyun with the lyrics written by Juniel. The two of them were not only involved in the song production but also became the models for the music video. Where both Jong-hyun and Juniel play high school students who fall in love with each other. They are also seen teasing fans with the shy love of high school students with the concept of winter that looks so warm and of course romantic.

Lee Jong-hyun’s Drama List

Lee Jong-hyun’s role in the K-Drama titled A Gentleman’s Dignity managed to make his friends jealous. In the series, he plays the son of Korean gag actor, Lee Dong-gun. However, not many people know that this role was not easily obtained by Jong Hyun. In order to get the role, Jong-hyun admitted that he had auditioned up to 7 times. Not only that, he also diligently practiced acting and asked Jung Yong-hwa to teach him. “I did auditions up to 7 times,” said Jong-hyun. “My skin is getting bad and I can’t sleep because of stress.” “I feel I can’t correct my dialect because the character Colin Black is told has an American taste,” he added. “I also always practice with Jung Yong-hwa.” Finally, the hard work paid off and Jong-hyun was chosen to play the character Colin. A Gentleman’s Dignity is a romantic series starring Jang Dong-gun and Kim Ha-neul on SBS station and broadcast from May 26 – August 12, 2012. The next drama that features Lee Jong-hyun as one of the roles is Puberty Medley. Aired in 2013, Adolescence Medley only amounted to 4 episodes. Jung-woo is a transfer student at a school called Namil High School in a village. Previously, Jung-woo (played by Kwak Dong-yeon) often moved schools because of his father’s job. Changing schools too often, Jung-woo became an invisible and friendless person. However, the situation was different when he transferred to Namil High School. At school he had many friends. He also fell in love with the class president, Yang Ah-young (played by Lee Se-young). Meanwhile, Lee Jong-hyun plays the role of Yang Young-woong, who is Yang Ah-young’s older brother and make an appearance as cameo on episode 2-3. Played by Kim Jiwon and So Ji-sub, this 12-minute drama tells the romance of a heartbroken man who finds love on Jeju Island on his journey of duty. About Kim Ji Ho’s struggles (played by So Ji-sub who also convinced the girl that the flowers in her heart had bloomed. Having another title A Good Day, this drama is a series from Line TV which aired from December 2014 to January 2015. Still in the early days of his acting debut, Lee Jong-hyun only got a small role as the Couple Guy who appeared in episode 4 and 8. Based on the popular webtoon of the same name created by Seok Woo, this drama aired on KBS2 from June to July 2015. There are 12 episodes, each of which is about 50 minutes long. Orange Marmalade tells the story of a vampire life that is more modern and easier to get along with humans. Even the vampire formed a band with humans at his school. Even though it is called uncomplicated with the webtoon version that was successful because of the low rating, this drama still proves Jong-hyun’s increasingly developing quality of acting. Being the second lead male, Jonghyun plays Han Si-hoo who must be included in the love triangle with Baek Mari (played by Seolhyun) and Jung Jaemin (played by Yeo Jin-goo). The drama My Only Love Song made Jong-hyun the main character. Playing the character On Dal, a poor man who works odd jobs for money, Jong-hyun meets Gong Seung-yeon who plays Song Soo-jung who comes from the future. Released on Netflix on June 9, 2017, this 20-episode drama features a story of the love struggles of two people from different ages and the power conflicts that were common during the kingdom. Girls’ Generation’s Lingerie, produced by KBS2, only aired 8 episodes, not a month. Starting its first episode on September 11, 2017, this drama ends on October 3, 2017. This time Jong-hyun presents a romance story between two people of different social status. Playing Joo Young-choon, he has a strong chemistry with Park Hae-jo, played by Chae Soo-jin. Taking the concept of fantasy and romantic comedy, Evergreen presents a unique story by presenting a cupid figure with powder of love. There is also a magical tree which has an important role in this story. Acting as Oh Soo who is the main character, an IT genius who is also a barista at his family’s cafe, Jong-hyun is paired with Kim So-eun who plays a beautiful cop named Seo Yoori. This drama aired on OCN for 16 episodes from March to April 2018.

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