Schedule (updated 11 January 2019)

 

(Unless otherwise stated, all times listed below are in Korean Standard Time)

January 2019
Continued military service with the Republic of Korea 5th Artillery Division (temporarily transferred to Seoul for musical “Shinheung Military School” rehearsals and performances through 10 January 2019).

4 January (Fri): 8:00pm:  Appearance in Republic of Korea Army musical production “Shinheung Military School,”Keimyung Art Center (계명아트센터), Dalseo-gu, Daegu (info here)

5 January (Sat): 2:30pm, 7:30pm:  Appearance in Republic of Korea Army musical production “Shinheung Military School,”Keimyung Art Center (계명아트센터), Dalseo-gu, Daegu

6 January (Sun): 2:30pm, 7:30pm:  Appearance in Republic of Korea Army musical production “Shinheung Military School,”Keimyung Art Center (계명아트센터), Dalseo-gu, Daegu

February 2019
Continued military service with the Republic of Korea 5th Artillery Division at the base in Cheorwon, South Korea.
March 2019
Continued military service with the Republic of Korea 5th Artillery Division at the base in Cheorwon, South Korea.
April 2019
Continued military service with the Republic of Korea 5th Artillery Division at the base in Cheorwon, South Korea.
27 April 2019; Time TBD:  Anticipated Military Discharge Date!!!
May 2019
Who knows?  🙂

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Ongoing:

Movie “Two Constables” (“Two Patrol” / “두포졸”), co-starring with Seol Kyeong Gu.  Based in the Joseon times during the era of King Seongjeon, this movie tells the story of a veteran fraud policeman suddenly finding himself paired up with a rookie soldier while on the hunt for corruption in the Royal Court, thereby putting all the noblemen in fear.  This production will be helmed by esteemed director Kang Woo Suk, who also directed the previous iterations of this buddy-cop trilogy (“Two Cops” and “Two Cops 2”).  Production of the movie has been postponed due to funding problems, and it remains to be seen if the film will be released at all.  (Our article on the production issues is here.)