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Joo Won's fan meeting and drama premiere to be the last

2017/05/14 | Permalink | Source

Actor Joo Won is having a fan meeting and drama premiere before he leaves for National Service.

He will be joining the military on the 16th of May. He is going to meet as many fans as possible before he leaves. He had a fan meeting in Seoul on the 13th for about 3 hours. He hosted his own fan meeting and sang 10 songs live.

Joo Won is starring in his last drama "My Sassy Girl - Drama" and he said, "I am very excited, but I won't be able to see how it turns out. I hope someone writes me letters about the results".

He chose Han-gil, a character from the drama "7th Grade Civil Servant" as his best character yet and other characters from "Catch Me", "Bridal Mask", "Bread, Love and Dreams" and "Fashion King - Movie".

During Q&A, he encouraged fans who want to be actors, who want support and who are going through examinations with all his heart.

Joo Won concluded the fan meeting by saying in tears, "I will do my best to return as a better person so I hope you wait for me. Thank you for coming with me to where I am today".

He is going to appear in the premier of "My Sassy Girl - Drama" on the 15th which is the day before he joins the army.

Meanwhile, will be receiving 5 weeks of basic military training in training camp before being dispatched to his base.

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