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Choi Si-won joins the military after "She Was Pretty"

2015/07/30 | 1214 views | Permalink | Source

Singer and actor Choi Si-won is going to fulfill his military service duties this year.

According to a network insider who talked to Daily Sports, "Choi Si-won is expected to join the military later this year but the exact date is not decided yet. He has stuck with his convictions that he had to join active service as a health male. As he is scheduled to appear on MBC's Wednesday-Thursday drama "She Was Pretty" starting in September, he will be joining up after giving his all to the show". As of later this year, Choi Si-won will be the 7th member of the group Super Junior to fulfill their military duties.

In "She Was Pretty", Choi Si-won will be playing the role of feature editor Shin Hyeok. The character is a shamelessness and playful free spirit. He is a mysterious person who is a long term guest in a hotel suite. Choi Si-won, who has shown he can act in shows such as "ATHENA" and "The King of Dramas", is trying to change his image playing the totally different character of playful Shin Hyeok.

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