South Korean entertainer artist Park Bo-gum enrolls in naval force
South Korean entertainer and artist Park Bo-gum formally enrolled in the nonton drakor baru Korean naval force band on Monday to satisfy his compulsory military assistance.
As indicated by The Korea Herald, the 27-year-old big name applied for a maritime band and ceremonial group unit in May. Subsequent to breezing through a presentation assessment and meeting, Park was esteemed able to be a part work in the piano.
Park was planned to begin his administration at the Navy Education and Training Command in Changwon, South Gyeongsang territory, for fundamental military preparing before moving to the Navy base camp in the focal city of Gyeryong, authorities said.
His administration is relied upon to end in April 2022.
Park’s fans have been flooding the web with goodbye messages and sincere photographs of him entering the military.
Twitter client @triyuliareveni wanted him to enjoy all that life has to offer in his enrollment.
“We will miss you and sit tight for you! Remain solid and see you! God favor you,” she composed.
His Reply 1988 co-star Lee Dong-hwi shared a blooper from the arrangement on Instagram with the hashtag #seeyouagain.
Park has featured in various TV arrangement, including Hello Monster, Reply 1988 and Encounter. He was most popular for his function as virtuoso Go player Choi Taek in Reply 1988.
Preceding his enrollment, Park delivered his new melody “All My Love” and completed three ventures, in particular Record of Youth, Seo Bok and Wonderland.
Including Park Bo-gum, Park So-dam and Byeon Woo-seok, the Record of Youth arrangement will be accessible on Netflix on Sept. 7.