Lee Seung Gi's Fans Gets Unexpected Update Thanks to a Random Netizen, Singer-Turned-Actor Seems To Look Well Inside the Army


People who remember singer-turned-actor Lee Seung Gi might be starting to wonder how he is at the moment. Apparently, he is all well and still continuing his service in the military.

As reported by All Kpop, a netizen got the chance to take a picture of him and the singer/actor Lee Seung Gi. The singer/actor is currently doing his 21-month service in the military.

The netizen posed with Lee Seung Gi in a selfie picture inside a car. The singer/actor looked dashing and reputable wearing his green military fatigues with a black beret.

“Returning from vacation, Lee Seung Gi is heading back to his base with his heavy luggage,” captioned the netizen. It seemed like the singer/actor enjoyed a little R&R (rest and recreation) away from the military.

Lee Seung Gi is currently in the Army branch of the military. He is currently ranked Corporal and is on active duty. The netizen also added “Thank you, Corporal Lee Seung Gi” in his caption.

Lee Seung Gi started his service in the military in February of 2016. He entered the Nonsan Army Recruit Training Center where he trained for 5 weeks. According to Wikipedia, Lee Seung Gi is expected to be dismissed in the Army on Oct. 31, 2017.

Lee Seung Gi started his career at the age of 17 in 2004 as a singer. Before that, he was a trainee for 2 years before he debuted with “Because You’re My Girl” from his first album “The Dream of a Moth”.

Lee Seung Gi had a total of 9 albums released during his singing career. His last album, titled “And…” was released on June 10, 2015.

Meanwhile, Lee Seung Gi’s acting career started in 2006. He debuted as an actor in the 2006 weekend drama “The Infamous Chill Sisters”.

Lee Seung Gi’s last project as an actor was in July of 2015. He was cast with Shim Eun Kyung in the historical film “Marital Harmony” which was a sequel to the 2013 hit movie “The Face Reader”.

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