CNBLUE becomes muse for Stayreal

CNBLUE becomes muse for Stayreal
South Korean K-pop band CN Blue.

Taiwanese fashion brand Stayreal said Thursday it had picked K-pop boy band CNBLUE to represent the brand. Stayreal, a clothing brand run by Ashin, a member of Taiwanese band Mayday, has a presence across the Asian region, including in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou in China, as well as in Hong Kong.

"CNBLUE is gaining popularity in Asia beyond South Korea. Stayreal's unique design and CNBLUE's neat visuals with gentle attitude are expected to create synergy," a spokesperson from the company said.

Group leader Jung Yong-hwa recently completed his solo Asian tour "One Fine Day" in ten cities including Seoul, Japanese capital Tokyo, Hong Kong and Beijing.

Other members Lee Jong-hyun and Kang Min-hyuk also held exclusive fan meetings in Tokyo and Bangkok, Thailand, each while Lee Jung-shin appeared on SBS' variety show "Fashion King Secret Box."

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