Can a CNBlue fan tell me from which cabbage patch Kang Min Hyuk came from? Because this boy is seriously cute and I just want to pinch his cheeks to see if he’s real. But he also has this underlying masculine charisma that cuts a bit of the cloying boyish charm, which will all come in handy in his role as Yoon Chan Young in the upcoming Heirs or The Inheritors (Those Who Wear the Crown, Withstand the Weight: The Heirs). I reckon SBS is going for a daily drop of new cast photos probably in order of their roles in this drama, so today we get the arrival of Kang Min Hyuk as the well organized and whip smart high school student and former classmate of Park Shin Hye‘s poor heroine. I heaved a sigh of relief that his pictures don’t immediately scream out “I’m rich!” or “I’m poor”, not to mention thus far he’s the most convincing high school look of all the released official stills including Park Shin Hye, Lee Min Ho, and Kim Woo Bin. His character is a student at Empire High School but on a retainer scholarship since his father is the secretary to the Chairman of Empire Group. He had a crush on Park Shin Hye’s character in junior high and is her friend again once she transfers to Empire High with all the rich students and them two being the only non-filthy rich ones. He reportedly will have a love line with the the character played by Krystal of f(x), who was Lee Min Ho’s character’s ex-girlfriend. I think he and Krystal will make a very pretty couple and I’m rather more interested for those two to go have a love story of their own off to the side rather than getting all tangled up with the central love quadrangle with Lee Min Ho, Park Shin Hye, Kim Woo Bin, and Kim Ji Won. Why pick the complicated path when there is a more satisfying alternative? Kang Min Hyuk arrived in Los Angeles yesterday to join the cast already here, which includes everyone I mentioned except for Krystal. I wonder if the cast is secretly hitting up K-town in the evenings? Probably not, parading around K-town even in disguise is still like shining a neon sign in front of already overly excited fangirls lurking around town.