Kang Min Hyuk, the drummer for South Korean pop-rock band CNBlue, will have a second Bangkok concert on Saturday (February 24) – “Romantic Sailing” at The Mall Bang Kapi’s MCC Hall.
If his first visit in 2015 was any indication, the place will be sold out.
Min Hyuk shot to K-pop stardom with CNBlue in 2010 and their debut EP “Bluetory”, with the hit single “I’m a Loner”. The band have since released two albums and eight more EPs in Korean as well as eight albums and two EPs in Japanese.
Min Hyuk has also become an actor, starring in many hit TV dramas.
In 2012 he starred in “My Husband’s Got a Family”, which topped the ratings charts for 25 consecutive weeks.
After a three-year hiatus, he made his television comeback in the SBS musical drama “Entertainer” in 2016, for which he won an Excellence trophy at the SBS Drama Awards.
Last year Kang was cast in his first leading role, as Kwak Hyun, a doctor who volunteers to go to sea as part of his military service in the MBC drama “Hospital Ship”.
And this year Kang has a supporting role in the upcoming historical comedy-drama film “The Princess and the Matchmaker”.
Seats for the Bangkok show cost Bt2,000 to Bt5,000 at https://Ticket.achi.co.th.
Learn more at the site of promoter A Chi Activation and AChiActivation on Facebook.