ONG SEONG WU’s enlistment ceremony on April 17th was not disclosed
Ong Seong-woo (29), who will join the military in April, will enter the military in private without a separate event.
According to a report by JTBC Entertainment News on the 16th, Ong Seong-woo was recently issued a warrant and was confirmed to join the army on April 17. Born in 1995, Ong Seong-wu turned 29 years old in Korea. It fulfills its national defense obligations without further postponement of enlistment.
In this regard, Fantagio, the agency, officially announced Ong Seong-woo’s enlistment, saying, “We will not hold a separate official event behind closed doors for the entrance ceremony of the boot camp, so please understand.” “Please refrain from visiting the site to minimize congestion on the day of enlistment,” he said.
He also said, “I ask for warm support and love for Ong Seong-woo, who will faithfully fulfill his national defense obligations and return in good health.”
Ong Seong-wu began preparing for enlistment step by step as he had only about a month left on the enlistment date, which is somewhat earlier than expected. The plan is to quickly organize the schedules that were in progress, such as filming the drama, and finish them all as much as possible by the end of March.
Ong Seong-woo, who made his official debut in 2017 as Wanna One, a boy group born through Mnet’s “Produce 101” season 2, has established himself as a global star by working as a solo singer and actor at the same time after his team activities.
He took his first step as an actor through JTBC’s “Moment of Eighteen” (2019), and should we have a cup of coffee with Kakao TV’s “Number of Friends to Become a Couple?”In addition, last year, the screen debut ceremony was held with Netflix’s original movies ‘Seoul Grand Operation’ and ‘Life is Beautiful’.
Ong Seong-woo, who left his fans for a while for the duty of national defense, but as a result of his hard work, he left various works for the hiatus. JTBC’s “Himshian Women’s Gangnam Soon,” movies “Jungga’s Ranch” and “Starlight Falling” are expected to soothe the disappointment of their absence with their next films.