S.M. Entertainment Reacts on Super Junior Lee Donghae Enlistment; Shindong and Kang Shi Nae Break Up

By Martin Suan | 2 years ago
S.M. Entertainment Reacts on Super Junior Lee Donghae Enlistment; Shindong and Kang Shi Nae Break Up
S.M. Entertainment clarifies Super Junior member Donghae is going to be enlisted as a policeman.

S.M. Entertainment recently clarified issues about the enlistment of Super Junior member Lee Donghae. Is Donghae going to be a police? Or a military? Read on for more details.

SM Entertainment said Lee Donghae (real name Lee Dong-hae) is set to be a policeman.

The South Korean entertainment company also revealed the Super Junior member already passed the final test for his conscription. But the military department is yet to send Donghae a notice of enlistment for his start date on being a police, Soompi reported.

SM Entertainment’s statement followed after local publication Sports Donga claimed Donghae was bound to join the military as an active solider on duty. Sports Donga went to on to say that the 28-year-old singer would start his military obligations on his birth date, Oct. 15.

The company also confirmed the enlistment of Super Junior member Choi Siwon (real name Choi Si-won) for police force. The military department will also deliver a notice of acceptance to Siwon within 30 days since his test advancement.

Siwon is expected to start his duty after his work in MBC’s TV series “She Was Pretty,” which is set to air on September. The 29-year-old singer plays the mysterious and magazine feature editor Shin Hyuk.

“After he is finished with the drama, he will be doing his national duty by completing his military service,” S.M. Entertainment said in a statement via a report by Soompi.

Meanwhile, fellow Super Junior star Shindong (real name Shin Dong-hee) and girlfriend model Kang Shi Nae just called it quits. The split was reportedly due to the overwhelming attention that the couple had since they dated, Koreaboo reported.

Kang Shi Nae issued an official statement about their break up.

Currently, Super Junior Shindong is serving in the army.

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