My cutie pie Kang Min Hyuk has been a very very busy boy these past few months. I already liked him passably after watching him in Heartstrings years ago but that mild like turned to full blown love after he stood out in Heirs as the sole male lead I didn’t want to punch in the face and turning in a great natural performance to boot. Win and win! After Heirs wrapped he went back to his day job of being the drummer boy in the idol band CNBlue and embarked on the final leg of the band’s Blue Moon World Tour hitting up the United States, Mexico, and Latin America in the span of a month in January 2014. I’ve heard first hand accounts of the Los Angeles leg of the tour stop held at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium and heard the band put in a high energy hard working performance all around. The only gripe was that Min Hyuk stayed behind the drums the entire time and didn’t come out until the end for his bow. Now I don’t feel as bad not attending the concert, heh. He’s in the pages of the latest issue of The Star magazine along with his CNBlue band mates Lee Jung Shin, Lee Jong Hyun, and Jung Yong Hwa. The band is currently prepping for their next album with the title track revealed to be “Can’t Stop” and along with that release comes a comeback show airing on SBS in early March. Apparently this new album will consist of tracks all written by the various members which is definitely going to showcase their talents even more. I wanna hear Min Hyuk’s track so bad! I quite like the spread in The Star magazine though the make up artist could have laid off the massive lipstick on all four guys in the cover pic. Min Hyuk also made the news solo this week when he, along with same label artist Lee Jae Jin of F.T Island, were named honorary ambassadors for Digital Seoul Culture Arts University. They are both students there in addition to being full-time entertainers and are working towards a bachelors degree in music. Check out the pics from CNBlue’s photo spread for The Star as well as Min Hyuk being named the cutest ambassador of all time, even if it seems totally hokey and clearly an attention grab by the school.