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Super Junior’s Kyuhyun to enlist as public service worker

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“The specific date of admission has not been set,” it added.

Super Junior’s Kyuhyun (Photo courtesy of Kyuhyun’s Twitter account) /mb.com.ph

Super Junior’s Kyuhyun (Photo courtesy of Kyuhyun’s Twitter account)

Born in February 1988, Kyuhyun is the youngest member of Super Junior and the last to enlist.

Upon enlistment, he will undergo four weeks of basic military training and serve as public service worker for two years.

Public service workers are tasked to support social services and administrative tasks in areas such as social welfare, healthcare, education, culture and environmental safety of public institutions, local governments, public organizations and social welfare facilities.

In April 2007, Kyuhyun and other members of Super Junior were in a serious car accident.
Kyuhyun suffered a pierced lung and broken hip and spent more than two months in a hospital.
Last August, he took a break because of vocal cord nodules. He released his third mini-album “Waiting, Still” last November.

Ryeowook enlisted last October while Eunhyuk, Donghae and Siwon will be discharged from the Korean military this year.

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