K-pop group Victon’s Han Seung-woo starts military service


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Han Seung-woo of Victon enlisted on Wednesday and will serve his mandatory duty as a member of the military band. – Photo: PlayM Entertainment

Han Seung-woo of Victon enlisted on Wednesday and will serve his mandatory duty as a member of the military band, his agency PlayM Entertainment announced.

He started his service two days after the original date due to the Army’s COVID-19 precautionary measures. He is the first of the band’s members to enlist.

“To fulfill my military duty I’ve enlisted with my heart full of memories with you,” the musician told his fans through his management company. He promised to return as a more mature individual after carrying out his training. He also thanked his fans for supporting him all the time and wished everyone to stay healthy.

On Tuesday, he posted black-and-white photos of himself sporting short hair in preparation for enlistment on social media. They were from a photoshoot during which he shaved his hair himself.

Han debuted as the leader of Victon in 2016 and put out two EPs as a solo musician as well. – The Korea Herald/Asia News Network

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