CNBLUE to Spread Korean Rock in America With 2 U.S. Dates on World Tour

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The South Korean rock outfit will hit LA and NYC in January.

Following K-pop boy band U-KISS announcing three American tour dates, South Korean rock band CNBLUE has booked two U.S. shows for its Blue Moon World Tour Live.

After performing in both New York and Los Angeles in 2012, the four-member outfit -- which boasts 2.4 million fans on Facebook -- will return to play one show in both cities again in late January.

On Friday, December 13, at 4 p.m. local time, fans 16 years and older will be able to purchase tickets via AXS and Powerhouse Live.

This year, CNBLUE earned its highest-charting hit on the K-Pop Hot 100 with "I'm Sorry," (above) peaked at No. 2 in February. The group also sent "Feel Good" (below), a song selected for Samsung's 2013 Galaxy Music Project, to No. 15 in August.

The rock group also felt love from U.S. fans who sent its "Re:BLUE: CNBLUE 4th Mini Album" EP to No. 1 on Billboard's World Albums chart that same month.

Ticket prices range from $50 to $150.

2014 CNBLUE BLUE MOON WORLD TOUR LIVE U.S. Dates:

Jan. 21 - New York, N.Y. - Best Buy Theatre
Jan. 24 - Los Angeles, Calif. - Pasadena Civic Auditorium