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Choi Jin-hyuk, "I'll be gone to the army after one more project"

2014/04/15 | 2147 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Choi Jin-hyuk spoke about going to the army.

He was interviewed by eNEWS recently, in a café in Seoul and he said, "Any Korean man has to go to the army. I'll be back in a jiff".

"Of course I am happier than when I didn't have any work but I am exhausted from working on "Gu Family Book", "The Heirs" and now "Emergency Couple" in a row for a year and a half now. I want to do one more before I serve in military though".

Choi Jin-hyuk passed the policeman recruiting stamina test and interview with flying colors. He's going to serve in national service this year and will be a member of the Seoul District Police Promotions Unit whistle theater team.

Choi Jin-hyuk said, "I've always wanted to do musicals. I've been scared to do dramas or movies and musicals at the same time. I am happy to be able do it while serving National duty".

Meanwhile, Choi Jin-hyuk has become the new romance comedy king thanks to the tvN drama "Emergency Couple" which ended recently.

Source : enews24.interest.me/n...

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