CNBLUE Kang Minhyuk's Fans Prepared Lunch Support at "My Husband's Got A Family" Set As Birthday Gift
By Staff Writer | June 30, 2012 09:37 AM EDT
Kang Minhyuk's fans prepared a special birthday gift for him.
June 28 was the 22nd birthday of Kang Minhyuk who is currently playing the character of Cha Segwang, dubbed as the "national younger brother" in KBS 2TV's "My Husband Got a Family". For Kang Minhyuk's birthday, CNBLUE fans got together and prepared the lunch support for the drama actors and 80 staff.
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For the event, fans prepared the warm lunch boxes for the staff next to a hand-made "Segwang Coffee" standee and placards which showed off their great team work. The birthday lunch boxes came in full set including seaweed soup as well as coffee, cookies, muffins, fruits and more. With the lunch support, the set was filled with laughter and energy.
"My Husband Got a Family" staff and actors didn't forget to give birthday wishes to Kang Minhyuk. Actor Yoon Junsang (Bang Gwinam) said, "Minhyuk-ah, happy birthday. Eat a lot of seaweed soup." Meanwhile actor Jang Yong (Bang Gwinam's father, Bang Jungsu) who was mentor to young actors on the set like Kang Minhyuk said, "Minhyuk-ah, happy birthday. I enjoyed the lunch box."
Junior actor Kwak Dongyeon (Jang Geun) who is from the same agency as Kang Minhyuk also did not forget to send birthday wish to Minhyuk. His character in "My Husband Got a Family" has been giving Kang Minhyuk a mental breakdown. Kang Minhyuk took a picture together with Kwak Dongyeon which showed their friendly relationship and said, "With my student Janggeuni, whom I love and hate."
On a similar note, the international fans of fellow CNBLUE member Lee Jonghyun's also prepared a dinner support for actors and staff of "A Gentleman's Dignity" for his birthday in May. It was also well received by staff and actors at that time.
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