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[Lily's Take] Baek Sung-hyun's Update on His Coast Guard Enlistment Duty

2018/04/23 | 557 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Baek Sung-hyun updated his fans on his recent news.

On April 21st, Baek Sung-hyun posted a series of picture on his official Instagram account with a caption saying, "As a proud Korea Coast Guard, I've answered my first calling to India. Since we were able to successfully undergo the training held between Korea and India, I'm delighted to have been a part of international training and to have returned with honor. I want to express my gratitude for the commander, captain and all the fellow coast guard. Lastly, I'd like to send my appreciation towards my loyal family and fans who's always sending me such warm comfort and support~!! I'm doing great!"

He also added many hashtags on the same post, which are: "#KoreaCoastGuard #INDIA #InternationalTraining #3011Ship #ToTheOcean #Total8400Miles #33Days #Patriotism"

Baek Sung-hyun have been enlisted in Korea Coast Guard since January 2nd, 2018.

By. Lily Lee

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