Kwanghee Will Leave For Army Duty This March, Confirmed By His Agency


Kwanghee Will Leave For Army Duty This March

Kwanghee Will Leave For Army Duty This March, Confirmed By His Agency

Kwanghee of ZE:A has been doing really great in singing and variety shows. Even though the group might be disbanded due to the end of contract and that the members are looking for new agencies, he has done really great having many appearances on TV. Recently, there is news of him leaving for army duty soon. According to AllKpop , Kwanghee stated on “Infinity Challenge,” which was aired on January 7, that he planned to enlist for military service this year. Every member of the show supported him although they gave a joke about it. One of the member even said that each member would sign a calendar and gave it to him.
As Kwanghee has set his mind to enlist army, he will soon leave for his army duty. According to Soompi , the agency gave information that Kwanghee would enter the Nonsan Army Training Center in Chuncheon on March 13. They also added that he would attend the basic training for five weeks. After that, he would be moved to the military band. As for the “Infinity Challenge,” he will do his best before enlisting for his military service. As he is really good in variety show, viewers will miss him a lot. For the replacement of Kwanghee’s position, there is no official statement yet about it. Leaving his previous agency and ZE:A, Kwanghee has found a new agency for him. BonBoo Entertainment was reported to give statement about Kwanghee signing exclusive contract with the agency. It is the same agency with Choo Sung Hoon, who has been close with Kwanghee since “Law of the Jungle.” Even though he is soon to leave for army duty, he will do his best in entertainment even after his military service. Fans will wait for him as he is really funny and entertaining in many variety shows. Read Next: BTS’ Jungkook Chose Big Hit Entertainment Among Other Big Offers Because Of This One Reason!

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