Yoo Ah-in, a South Korean actor who recently played the main role in a hit drama "Six Flying Dragons", revealed his vacation plans.
Yoo attended a press event celebrating the end of the drama's airing on Wednesday and said, "It's been a while since I took some time off. I plan to take a vacation to Jeju Island. I'll be drinking a lot and have a great time with my friends."
The promising actor had been working with various teams shooting films such as "The Throne" and the "Veteran" which were ranked among the top 10 money making films in Korean film history.
But he now faces the same obstacle just like any South Korean male in 20's would. He has to serve his country by taking mandatory military service for almost two years. Before the press event, there were rumors of the actor will leave to receive military training, but his agency stated that Yoo's enlistment date is not yet confirmed.
Yoo also commented on his military service. "The army has not called for me yet, I am waiting for the call" He spoke, "I'll serve my country when the time is right."
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