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CNBLUE member Jonghyun took to social media to share his difficulties in life. (Jonghyun's Instagram/File)
CNBLUE member Jonghyun took to social media to share his difficulties in life.
“It’s kind of embarrassing to do this kind of thing as a 29-year-old man, but living a life, it’s so hard and burdensome,” the singer wrote on his Instagram account Thursday.
He continued, “I don’t know if I was naive or the world has changed… Grownups, they are respectable. Not much has changed except that I grew up. Actually I was about to keep this letter to myself, but
I didn’t want the feeling of hiding. I got sick of this space where we only post photos. It’s just against my nature. There are many people I miss today, maybe because I received a lot of love.”
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Lee has recently featured in SBS’ variety show “Law of the Jungle: Cooks Island.”
Group leader Jung Yong-hwa was recently accused of receiving preferential treatment in his admission to a doctorate course at a graduate school at Seoul’s Kyung Hee University in 2016. Jung also
announced that he will begin his compulsory military service on March 5.