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Leeteuk {Super Junior} Yoo Seungho, Se7en and More To Be Discharged From The Military

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Source: Koreaboo – Star News

Media: Koreaboo – Star News

Posted: Tuesday July 1, 2014 @ 5:35 p.m PST

 

The second half of 2014 will be bringing back several celebrities that had enlisted in Korea’s mandatory military service in 2012, such as Lee Jehoon, Yoo Seungho, Se7en, Kim Muyeol, Mighty Mouth’s Sangchu and Super Junior’s Leeteuk.

 

Actor Lee Jehoon will be discharged from the military first on the 24th of July after having served as a police officer in the Seoul Police Promotion team on October 25th of 2012.

Next, Super Junior’s Leeteuk will be discharged on the 29th of July, followed by Kim Muyeol in early August.

Also, Mighty Mouth’s Sangchu will be discharged later on the 8th of August, as he had been sent to military jail for violation of service regulations, in which he had visited an illegal massage parlor with Se7en while they were serving the country as servicemen.

Furthermore, Yoo Seungho will be discharged on the 4th of December, followed by Se7en on the 28th of December.

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Se7en and Sangchu Will Be Released On August 3

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Source: mwave

Media: mwave via Photo credit: enews DB

Posted: Tuesday July 30, 2013 @12:41 a.m. PST

 

Se7en and Sangchoo will be treated like every other soldier once they′re released from the guardhouse, or army jail.

A rep from the spokesperson′s office of the Ministry of National Defense told enews, “The soldier to be put under disciplinary detention will be transferred to a new unit on August 1, and the other seven soldiers with more severe punishments will be moved after they′re released from the guardhouse. It hasn′t been decided yet on what posts they′ll be assigned to or what units they′ll be sent to, but what′s certain is that there will be no preferential treatment. They will all serve as ordinary soldiers with the others.”

On what posts the former PR agents will mostly be assigned to, the rep said, “Actually, the PR agents weren′t given specialty numbers (numbers given to soldiers based on their specialties). That will be decided on once the time comes to move them to their new units after their release.”

“That decision lies not on the Ministry of National Defense, but on the army headquarters. What is certain is that they will all be trained and treated like other ordinary soldiers,” the rep finished.

Se7en and Sangchoo came under fire for drinking and visiting massage parlors in casual wear during their service. They were both admitted to the guardhouse on July 25, and will be released on August 3.

The PR unit was closed down after 16 years of being active in the army.

Se7en and Lee Sang Chul Sentenced To Military Prison

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Source: Channel News Asia

Media: Channel News Asia / islandshinee.wordpress.com

Posted: Friday July 26, 2013 @2:15 a.m. PST

 

 

Korean celebrity soldiers, Mighty Mouth’s Lee Sang Chul and Se7en, were among the eight soldiers found guilty of flouting military regulations by the Korean Ministry of National Defense on Thursday

The Korean Ministry of National Defense on Thursday found celebrity soldiers Lee Sang Chul of K-pop duo Mighty Mouth, and Korean singer Se7en (Choi Dong Wook), guilty of visiting a massage parlour that provides adult services after an external performance on June 21, reported Korean media.

The two celebrity soldiers have been sentenced to 10 days in military prison for going AWOL (Absent Without Leave) after performing at a concert in Chuncheon.

Another celebrity soldier who went AWOL to watch a movie following the Chuncheon concert will be confined to barracks for ten days.

Five other celebrity soldiers, which were found guilty of bringing their mobile phones into their barracks, will be confined to barracks for five days.

The eight will have the length of their military service extended accordingly, though these offences will not be reflected as criminal acts in their military records.

This comes shortly after the Korean Ministry of Nation Defense dissolved the Defense Media Agency on July 18, following a series of scandals involving celebrity soldiers serving with the agency, which was set up in 1997 to raise the morale of the troops and project a positive image of the military.

The 15 celebrity soldiers currently serving as ‘entertainment soldiers’ in the military will be reassigned to regular units from August 1.

Photo 1: Se7en

– CNA/ha

Photo 2: Lee Sang Chul

Se7en At Massage Parlours & Rain Drinking Alcohol ETC Usually Not Allowed In Military

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Source: Koreaboo

Posted: Friday June 28, 2013 @ 3:00 p.m. PST

 

Se7en was involved in an issue surrounding celebrity military recruits spotted visiting massage parlours for indecent services, along with Mighty Mouth’s Sangchu. Other celebrities such as Rain, KCM and more were also seen dressed in their casual clothes, drinking alcohol and using their mobile phones, which are usually not allowed while in military service.

SBS “In Depth 21″ aired the footage last night and has been a hot topic amongst the netizens. The Ministry of National Defense stated that they are currently investigating the incident and added that appropriate sanctions will be in accordance to the law.

 

Se7en Officially In Active Duty Plus Last Music Video “Thank You”

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Source:Koreaboo

Media Credit: Koreaboo – Korea Economic

Posted: Tuesday March 19, 2013 @5:39 p.m PST

 

 

 

Artist Se7en has officially enlisted in active duty.

Se7en admitted himself to the Uijoungbu 306 Reserve Battalion on March 19th at 2PM KST. Fans from Taiwan, Japan and from the homeland flocked to bid him farewell, along with reporters.

Prior to leaving, Se7en thanked his fans for seeing him off. He said, “I’ve entered at an older age, but I will try my best.”

Se7en will be going into active duty for 21 months after undergoing and receiving the basic military training. He is the first YG artist to enter into active duty.

Meanwhile, Se7en released his last music video before his enlistment on March 10th title “Thank You.”

Se7en New Mini-Album Kicks Off

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Blog Source: KBS World

Photo Credit: KBS World

Posted: Monday December 12, 2011 @ 10:25 pm PST

Topic: Se7en

 

Music artist Se7en will kick off the new year with a new mini-album on January 18, 2012. However, the mini-album is only going to be release in Korea.

Se7en’s recording company YG Entertainment is looking into Japan’s request for the upcoming mini-album.

According to Wikipedia, Se7en will release a full Japanese album as well as a Korean album in January 2012.

Information on the tracks for the mini-album and full albums have not been released yet.