16 Feb '12, 5am

Lee Jun Ki completes military service, relaunches showbiz career

Lee Jun Ki completes military service, relaunches showbiz career

SEOUL: Korean singer-actor Lee Jun Ki was greeted by some 2000 fans from across Asia, when he was officially discharged from Korean military services on Thursday, reported Korean media. The "Iljimae" star had just completed his national service, but will be heading back to work instead of taking a break. Lee will be meeting 1,500 of his fans at the Reunion JG fan, which will be held at a university shortly after his discharge. He will also be preparing for the release of his new Japanese single, "Deucer," and holding his coming back tour to meet his Japanese fans in March. Lee has apparently been receiving lots of offers for dramas and commercials, even while he was still serving in the military. "We have been flooded with questions regarding the comeback of Lee Jun Ki, who will be returning to his fans as a more mature individual," said a representative from Lee's managem...

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