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Leeteuk shares Choi Si-won's hand-written letter from the army

2015/12/11 | Permalink | Source

"Dear Teuk hyung~", Super Junior member Leeteuk has shared Choi Si-won's hand-written letter.

Leeteuk posted an image of a letter from Choi Si-won on his personal Instagram along with a caption saying, "This is a letter from my Si-won, I miss him".

Choi Si-won revealed his affection towards Leeteuk. He began the letter with the words, "My dear hyung Teuk" and "The heart of Super Junior forever".

Choi Si-won didn't forget to show off his signature witty side in the lines saying, "Hyung, I can see you all now" and "You must be laughing now saying 'crazy X'".

He also shared part of his daily life at the training camp. He said, "Thankfully, lord answered my prayer" and "I've met good members in the squad".

Choi Si-won enlisted on November 19th through Nonsan Army Training Center. After completing the training, he will serve as as a conscripted policeman. His scheduled dismissal date is August 18, 2017.

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