FNC Entertainment‘s rookie male group N.Flying is preparing to make their official debut in Korea, and has officially begun the countdown.
In a recent update to the group’s official Weibo account, member Lee Seung Hyub posted a photo of his four-member group posing with their senior Yonghwa of CNBLUE, further revealing that they had performed a stage at his recently completed solo concert.
He writes, “Hello~ This is SeungHyub! #Nflying was in #JungYongHwa hyung’s 1st solo concert!! It was a great performance as expected. Can we play with him someday? 🙂 We had a good time to want to see it again!!”
With a tidy appearance and kept hair, the four members surround Yonghwa as they each smile towards the camera.
While N.Flying isn’t a new band to Japanese music listeners, fans of Korean music may not be familiar with the FNC male band. N.Flying made their debut in Japan in 2013 and consists of members Kwon Kwang Jin, Lee Seung Hyub, Cha Hun, and Kim Jae Hyun. Kwon Kwang Jin is most recognized as the former bassist of CNBLUE, having dropped from the group after its debut in 2009 but continued his training under the agency.
N.Flying’s impending debut in Korea will mark them as the first group FNC has debuted in the country in three years since AOA, following FTISLAND and CNBLUE. The rap rock band was initially scheduled to debut in Korea in 2014, however, leader Lee Seung Hyub suffered from a knee injury which postponed it. However, the remaining members continued following solo activities, such as drummer Kim Jae Hyun appearing in the SBS weekend drama Modern Farmer.