CNBLUE's Junshin had a casual, grayish pictorial with 'Marie Claire' magazine.
During his interview, he chatted about himself as a person, his career, and more, including his solo activities as well as his group CNBLUE. Jungshin also shared about using SNS to communicate with fans. "I'm having a lot of fun with it, but it is also a double-edged sword. You have to be careful, whether it's a photo or words. Before I do anything, I think very carefully about anything that might be interpreted differently from my intention, or that might cause controversy, for about 5 minutes. You can accidentally press 'heart' on random things. So I'm careful of that too," Jungshin relayed.
The idol also opened up about his photography studio, '891 Studio', saying, "I learned photography before my older brother. I entered my company while I was preparing to apply to university through photography. My older brother used to be an artist, but recently converted over as a photographer. My hobby is still photography, so even if it did seem a little rash, I opened a studio with my hyung. It's been over a year, and it's fun... Sometimes I do regret it, because I don't do anything unless I'm sure about it. But I'm learning a lot."
You can find Jungshin's full interview on 'Marie Claire's website, here.