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Super Junior′s Choi Siwon Says His Next Project Will be the Army

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2015.11.12 17:39 Mwave Ko Hong Ju

Singer and actor Choi Siwon shared his thoughts on wrapping up his final drama before enlisting in the army.

Choi Siwon, who gained popularity as Kim Shin Hyuk, the feature editor with a secret, on MBC′s She Was Pretty, met with reporters at a restaurant in Cheongdam-dong on November 12, where he said, "I′m so happy and never imagined I would receive this much love and interest, so thank you."

Super Junior′s Choi Siwon Says His Next Project Will be the Army

Choi Siwon, who completed his latest project on a high note, will be enlisting in the army on November 19. On that note, he must hsve mixed emotions.

Choi Siwon said, "We all shared a meal at a celebration for the final episode, and while talking about upcoming projects, one tactless individual asked me [about my next project]. I said I′m going to Nonsan. My thoughts are happy, and I′m thankful. I′ve paid my taxes and did my work well until now, so I will go to fulfill my military duty. I hope you will wait two years for me."

Choi Siwon will spend the remainder of his time going to pre-scheduled events as well as take some personal time off. Choi Siwon said, "It didn′t hit me that each minute and second is like gold until I was on the plane returning to Seoul from LA. Thankfully, I will be attending the appointment ceremony as Unicef′s honorary ambassador. I also have to spend time with those who I′m thankful for and have been understanding of my situation."

Meanwhile, Choi Siwon shined as the shamless and eccentric, yet kind reporter Kim Shin Hyuk on She Was Pretty. In addition to being involved in a love triangle with Hye Jin (Hwang Jung Eum) and Sung Jun (Park Seo Joon), Choi Siwon showed off his multifaceted sides through his comedic acting chops and as a man hurt by love, winning the hearts of viewers.

Photo credit: SM Entertainment

Choi Siwon (Super Junior) 20151112
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