Watch: CNBLUE’s Jung Yong Hwa Makes the Teenaged Audience Go Wild on “Sugar Man”
CNBLUE member Jung Yong Hwa has all the teenaged girls in the audience in the palm of his hand on April 12’s episode of “Sugar Man”!
When Yoo Hee Yeol introduces Jung Yong Hwa as his team’s producer and Park Bo Ram as their performer, all the girls in the youngest age group in the crowd go absolutely wild, and so do some of the women in their 20s.
Yoo Hee Yeol boasts, “Many people will know Jung Yong Hwa as a singer and an actor, but he’s also an unbelievably great musician.”
Jung Yong Hwa admits, “I’ve written more than 140 songs.” The hosts then request that he sing one of his songs, so he sings part of CNBLUE’s track “Love Light,” which he both composed and wrote. The girls in the audience sway along in delight, and Yoo Jae Suk laughs at their smitten response. Jung Yong Hwa also laughs and stands up to point at the girls and say, “I love you!”
Yoo Jae Suk jokingly protests against Jung Yong Hwa performing his songs when he’s come on the show as a producer. However, he agrees with Yoo Hee Yeol that he should sing some more of his tracks, so Jung Yong Hwa sings “I’m Sorry.” The girls in the audience sing along excitedly, and Jung Yong Hwa stands up again to say to them, “I love you, everyone!”
Watch the video below!
Watch the performances from this week’s episode of “Sugar Man” here, including Park Bo Ram’s performance with Jung Yong Hwa.