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Lee Seung-gi donates book cafe to Special Forces Unit

2017/08/17 | 1356 views |  | Permalink | Source

With two more months befre he is discharged, Lee Seung-gi leaves a legacy. According to OSEN, Lee Seung-gi's fan club donated a book café to the 13th Special Forces Brigade where he is currently serving his mandatory service.

The army took the lead on the book café project and Lee Seung-gi's fans decided to lend a hand. The purpose of the project is to create an environment where soldiers can take rest and build food for thought.

This book café is currently running. The fans took care of things to make sure the renovation and interior work didn't interfere with the soldiers' daily routines. Even after Lee Seung-gi is discharged, the book café will remain open under his name. It has become a wonderful present to them all.

Lee Seung-gi's management told OSEN, "We heard it's in full operation. The book café which the fans worked hard on was a satisfying gift for the brigade".

Lee Seung-gi joined the army on the 1st of February last year. He will complete his service on the 31st of October.

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