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Yoo Ah-in, Lee Seung-gi, Lee Min-ho working hard on projects before enlisting in army

2015/08/27 | 4023 views | Permalink | Source

It's not over till it's over.

All of male entertainers, who were born in 1986 and 1987, must enlist in the army within this year if early or within next year at the very latest. As you cannot avoid serving the mandatory military service if you're a Korean man, they don't have any other choice. However, they are concentrating on their acting career as if they would want to show it is not over till it's over.

It is evident that they are making efforts to communicate with their fans continuously. We've put together the three actors for this article: Yoo Ah-in, who will become an actor of 10 million viewers soon, Lee Seung-gi, who makes his noona fans smile automatically and effortlessly, Lee Min-ho, who is in the middle of getting ready for his Korea & China joint film project.

Yoo Ah-in works back and forth across the silver screen and the small screen.

Yoo Ah-in will be crowned as an actor of 10 million viewers this weekend for his role in movie, "Veteran" for the first time since he debuted. While he has already been recognized for his acting performances, he is now recognized for his marketability at the box office. He has been appearing in projects continuously without break from 2014 to 2015.

He will also appear on the small screen as well as the silver screen in 2015 this year. Yoo Ah-in is currently filming SBS' 'Six Flying Dragons'. In terms of his silver screen presence, he is getting ready for movie "The Throne" following after "Veteran" which was filmed last year and has been released recently. After "The Throne" has been released in September, his drama, 'Six Flying Dragons' will air its first episode in October.

Lee Seung-gi will concentrate on movies for the time being.

Lee Seung-gi's main title is a singer, however he has been broadening his position as an actor based on his strong acting performances. After he has made a comeback with his new album as a singer in last June, he will return to an entertainment program by co-starring in 'New Journey to the West' with the members of his previous entertainment show, '2 Days & 1 Night' and producer Na Yeong-seok.

He does not stop here. He will appear in his second movie. He debuted on the silver screen with "Love Forecast", 2014 and will begin filming movie 'The Princess and the Matchmaker' along with Shim Eun-kyung and Yeon Woo-jin soon.

Regarding his second movie, Lee Seung-gi's agency said, "'The Princess and the Matchmaker' will begin filming in September. And then he will concentrate on his movie for the time being". In terms of his next schedule after the movie, the agency said, "There is nothing decided yet".

Lee Min-ho will begin filming the Korea & China joint movie project soon.

Lee Min-ho will begin filming the Korea & China joint movie project, "Bounty Hunters" next month. He will spend the second half of this year filming the movie.

It seems that he may not be able to keep his promise to film one movie and one drama within this year. It is because the next project he has chosen after the movie 'Gangnam Blues' is also a movie. Lee Min-ho's agency said, "Since "The Heirs", 2013, there were no dramas. We hope there will be a chance to be connected to a drama next time and we're currently reviewing drama projects for it".

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