CNBLUE’s drummer Kang Minhyuk recently met up with his Japanese fans up close and personally, and successfully completed his first solo Japanese fan meeting!
On July 30, CNBLUE’s agency FNC Entertainment revealed photos from the fanmeeting, which was held on July 28 in Tokyo.
Kang Minhyuk held two different sessions on the same day, with the auditorium being completed packed during both sessions, indicating his popularity as a hallyu star.
The drummer of CNBLUE gifted fans with not one, but two singing performances of “Star” from MBC’s 2011 drama “Heartstrings” and “You Can Cry” from SBS’s 2016 drama “Entertainer.” He also interacted with the fans by feeding some lucky participants some of an omelette he specially made himself, and by playing various games.
Kang Minhyuk also talked intimately about his life, showing pictures from his childhood and reminiscing about CNBLUE’s time spent in Japan as an indie band before their official Korean debut.
Meanwhile, Kang Minhyuk is currently one of the MCs for KBS 2TV’s “Music Bank”, having replaced Park Bogum.
CNBLUE’s latest comeback was with “You’re So Fine” in April: