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Lee Joon-gi's schedule is full, "Busy even in the military"

2011/10/30 | Permalink | Source

Soldier Lee Joon-gi's murderous schedule has been revealed.

The Defense Department's Public Information Services posted a picture of squad commander Corporal Lee Joon-gi's diary with all his tight schedules on their official blog on October 27th.

The Defense Department's Public Information Services said, "Lee Joon-gi, member of the DAPIS and squad commander, is carrying out both his duties well at the same time".

In the picture of the diary, there is no empty space starting from the first day of October to the last.

Lee Joon-gi said, "It is a little tiring but I feel my time worth being spent when I see how the common citizens and the military get along. My sense of responsibility has become stronger, commanding and directing my squad. I am going to spend the rest of my military life just like that".

Lee Joon-gi, who joined the army on October 3rd of last year, is looking forward to coming back out in February next year.

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