December 3, 2022

Lots of of followers got here to Korea Military Coaching Heart in Monday morning to see the star beginning his necessary army service.

NONSAN, South Korea (Yonhap) — Actor-singer Lee Seung-gi enlisted in his necessary army service Monday upon coming into a army coaching heart right here.

Singer-actor Lee Seung-gi waves to his fans who have gathered at a boot camp in Nonsan, south of Seoul, to see him off as he begins his mandatory military service on Feb. 1, 2016. The 29-year-old celebrity marked his enlistment by releasing a single titled "I Am Joining the Military" on Jan. 21. (Yonhap)

Singer-actor Lee Seung-gi waves to his followers who’ve gathered at a boot camp in Nonsan, south of Seoul, to see him off as he begins his necessary army service on Feb. 1, 2016. The 29-year-old celeb marked his enlistment by releasing a single titled “I Am Becoming a member of the Navy” on Jan. 21. (Yonhap)

Clad in black trousers and a jumper, the 29-year-old Lee arrived at a rail station close to this military coaching camp for recruits situated in Nonsan, South Chungcheong Province.

Whereas assembly enthusiastic followers gathered on the coaching heart, Lee expressed particular because of them for his or her overwhelming love, saying “I promise to return as a full-fledged actual man.”

Followers from Korea, China and Japan replied they’ll watch for him to return again after army service. A number of the followers confirmed tears of their eyes.

Earlier than the beginning of his necessary army service, Lee launched a single titled “I Am Becoming a member of the Navy” at midday on Jan. 21.

Via his company, Lee stated the mid-tempo ballad is as a lot about himself as about those that may also have to finish their army service, in addition to their households and associates.

Lee debuted with the chart-topping single “As a result of You’re My Woman” in 2004, and has since dabbled in performing, starring in hit exhibits like “Sensible Legacy” and “The King 2 Hearts.” He has additionally been a fixture on selection exhibits, most notably “Two Days, One Evening.”

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