Ji Chang-Wook Discharged from 2-Year Mandatory Military Service

South Korean actor Ji Chang-Wook was discharged from his 2-Year Mandatory Military Service yesterday morning.

Ji Chang-Wook served as an assistant trainer in the 3rd Division of the 5th Artillery Brigade in Cheolwon-gun, Kangwon-do.


The actor entered the military in 2017 as a part of their mandatory military service where all Korean males should be trained as reserved soldiers.

All of his fans and supporters waited early in the morning holding streamers, banners, and flags.


Ji Chang-Wook accepted media interviews and posed for fans who want to take photos with him.

The actor has starred in a number of TV series before serving in military. He is famous for Smile Donghae, Empress Ki, Healer, and The K2.

His last TV series “Suspicious Partner” before entering the service will also be aired in the Philippines.

READ: ‘Suspicious Partner’ To Air in the Philippines

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