Lee Jungki Discharged From Military Services
Lee Jungki, military services, discharged
Actor Lee Jungki shared his feelings about being discharged.
On May 3, 2010, Lee Jungki entered the Chungnam Nonsan Army Training Center, and as announced, he has completed his military services and was discharged in the morning of February 16 in front of the War Memorial in Seoul, Yongsan-gu.
On this day at 8:30AM, Lee JungKi stood in front of approximately 2000 fans and announced his discharge from military services and thanked his fans for believing in him and waiting for him for all this time.
Lee Jungki said, "I thought about my fans the most. I felt bad for going to the army without any notice to my fans. I felt the responsibilities as a soldier by thinking about my fans who always support me."
He added, "I enjoyed my time in the army and tried my best. While in the army, I had my feelings hurt, but I learned a lot from them." He came back internally more mature.
At 3PM on this day, Lee Jungki will be meeting approximately 1500 fans at his fan meeting "Reunion JG" held in Seoul Sang Myung University.
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