#Jung Yonghwa, as Genuine and Comfortable as his music
Mnet “Jung Yonghwa’s Hologram”’s Jung Yonghwa
Jung Yonghwa’s days were as genuine as his music. When he was sleepy, he slept. When he was hungry, he ate. When he felt like working, he sat down, but when it didn't seem like the right day to work, he kicked back the chair and got up. In the process, he created the contents of his own production, “BangSongYong”. While creating his own video, he is also the main character of the show. His product is certainly interesting, but what’s even more charming is his human side that gets revealed on the way he completes the objectives. When he invites CNBLUE members and his friends home, he’s like a playful kid. When he was aghast at them for messing up his place, he was different from the charismatic Jung Yonghwa on the stage-- he was candid. During his free time, he visits his agency and talks to the employees; he doesn’t hesitate to give advice to trainees. His diligence was shone through such actions. Without an affected laugh or any provocation, Jung Yonghwa is doubtlessly talented at evoking happiness from people.