CNBLUE's Kang Min Hyuk Explains His Adorable 'Heirs' Chemistry With f(x)'s Krystal
By Adrienne Stanley | November 29, 2013 04:00 AM EST
On a recent episode of FNC Entertainment's reality show Cheongdam-dong 111, CNBLUE drummer and vocalist Kang Min Hyuk discussed his feelings about filming the hit drama Heirs. Kang Min Hyuk stars opposite f(x)'s Krystal, with their chemistry making Chan Young and Bo Na one of the cutest couples in K-drama history. On Cheongdam-dong 111, Kang Min Hyuk spoke with FNC Entertainment CEO Han Sung Ho who commented on how pretty Krystal is.
Kang Min Hyuk responded, "She's so cute in what she does when I'm acting, I naturally laugh".
SBS' Heirs is not Kang Min Hyuk's first Korean drama role. Prior to Heirs, he received warm reception from audiences for his portrayal of Yeo Joo Hee in the 2011 drama Heartstrings. In Heartstrings, he acted opposite CNBLUE frontman Jung Yonghwa and Heirs leading lady Park Shin Hye. Although, Krystal had acted in popular dramas such as High Kick: Revenge of the Shortlegged, her portrayal of the pouty Lee Bo Na has warmed the hearts of drama fans.
Cheongdam-dong 111 provides fans of FNC artists such as CNBLUE and FTISLAND an opportunity to get an inside look at the artists. In addition to Kang Min Hyuk's confession about Krystal's cute personality nature, the first episode of the reality show featured FTIsland's Lee Hong Ki admitting to having been a relationship when he thought the cameras were not rolling. The CEO of FNC Entertainment is portrayed in a very humorous light on the program, as well. Cheongdam-dong 111 premiered on November 21st, with the most recent episode airing on November 28th on tvN.
Photo Credit: tvN, Mwave
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