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Choi Si-won and Changmin on military vacation

2016/04/11 | Permalink | Source

Super Junior member, idol turned actor Choi Si-won and TVXQ member Changmin are enjoying their military vacation.

According to those who witnessed the two, Choi Si-won and Changmin were enjoying their relaxing moments, taking a walk with their friends in Namsan in the afternoon on April 11th. They did not cover their face and wore comfortable casual clothes. It seemed that they were having a great time, taking photos and having a conversation together.

Choi Si-won and Changmin enlisted as conscripted police officers on October 19th last year at the same time. They are currently serving the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency as a member of promotional unit and working hard to promote the police force utilizing their talents including theatre play, musical, performance and short films.

The theatre group belonged to the promotional unit is called Whistle Theatre group. They somtimes put together charity events to help children in needs and others who need extra support from the community.

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