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Shinhwa’s Andy is Released from Military

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2011.10.31 14:49 Mwave Oh, MiJung

Shinhwa member Andy was released from the military on October 31.

Andy was released from the Defense Media Agency in Seoul with fellow media officers Lee Joon Gi, Lee Dong Geun, Park Hyo Shin and Lee Wan seeing him off.

Hundreds of fans gathered in front of the Defense Media Agency to congratulate and welcome Andy back to civilian society.

Shinhwa’s Andy is Released from Military

Andy said, “I thank you very much. I will repay you for your waiting. I will work hard.”

Andy entered the army for active service in January of 2010, and served in the Defense Media Agency. As a media officer, he appeared on various programs on the Korea Forces Network such as Morale Train.

With the release of Andy, only Lee Min Woo and Jun Jin out of the Shinhwa members are left in the military. Jun Jin will be released on November 14, while Lee Min Woo will be released in February of 2012. Other members Eric and Kim Dong Wan have already fulfilled their service as public officers, and Shin Hye Sung has been declared exempt from duties due to physical problems.

After his release, Andy will be meeting his fans after a brief period of preparation. He will soon release a new album, and from December will hold a fanmeeting tour in Taiwan, Japan, China and Thailand.

As Andy was active in various areas before his enlistment, he is receiving many love calls from various different areas.

As soon as Lee Min Woo is released from the military in February, Andy will return to Shinhwa activities. The Shinhwa members have recently agreed to start up promotion as Shinhwa from February 2012. Shinhwa will continue on to release a new album and hold Asia tour concerts.

Photo credit: Ministry of Defense

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