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Out Goes Hyeon Bin, In Comes Jo In-seong

2011/05/05 | 1171 views |  | Permalink | Source

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The great thing about entertainment is that there's always a plethora of stars waiting to fill up every empty spot a star may leave behind. Take Hyeon Bin's departure to join the marine corps which is almost timed perfectly with Jo In-Seong's release from his military services.

After being released on May 4th in Gyeonggi Province's Osan unit, Jo was met with about 200 waiting fans. He expressed his joy in completing his 24-month long service. He looked bright and healthy like always.

When asked to give the new marine corps addition Hyeon Bin a word of advice or encouragement, Jo said laughing, "I doubt there's much I can say that would be of much help at this point".

According to a recent survey, Jo was picked as the number one star people were the most excited to see return to the entertainment scene after his military duties. Jo is currently planning on joining the film project "Martial Arts" directed by Park Kwang-hyeon. The storyline is about a high school student who witnesses a form of injustice and develops super strength. He seek to save the girl that he loves and bumps into obstacles along the way. It will be a science-fiction fantasy action movie.

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