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Lee Seung-gi is off to the military

2016/01/31 | 2434 views |  | Permalink | Source

'Prince' Lee Seung-gi is being admitted to the Nonsan training camp on the 1st of February. He will be dispatched to his base after 5 weeks.

Lee Seung-gi has been reputable for being well-mannered. His way to training camp has been done in secret but he will say a few words to fans who are waiting at the entrance of the camp.

Lee Seung-gi left a message through his agency: "I am grateful for all the love you have given me and I'll be back as a real man. I have always been mentally prepared to enlist, but I am sorry to those I haven't been able to say goodbye in person. I have put my farewell in my new song".

Lee Seung-gi's newest song, "I'm Off To The Army" is another product by Kim Do-hoon-I who also worked on Lee Seung-gi's hit songs, "Will You Marry me", "Unfinished Story", "And Goodbye" and more.

The song consists of lyrics saying goodbye to his beloved ones as he goes to serve his duty to the country.

Lee Seung-gi's duty will be finished in October 2017.

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