K-stars serving their country, part 2.

[Cloud USA] To hopefully ease ourselves and our sister Clouds and Rain fans past any fear of our Ji-Hoon’s upcoming stint in the ROK military, we give you this, the second offering in our K-stars Serving Their Country series.  (The K-drama “Lucifer” was one of the first shows I ever watched, and I still remember how utterly chilling Joo Ji-Hoon was in it.  Wow.)


Lee Jun-ki and Joo Ji-hoon, who entered military service in May and February, respectively, are starring in a musical production as part of the army’s entertainment unit.

The musical, entitled Life’s Voyage, honors the 60-year anniversary of the Korean War, and also stars Kim Da-hyun, Yoon Gong-joo, Son Hyun-jung, and Moon Jong-won.

The play has been in production since June, and Lee Jun-ki, as the youngest member of the team, reportedly sang the loudest and worked the hardest at rehearsals.

Joo Ji-hoon said, “It would be nice to share this show with a lot of people. A lot of soldiers are putting their sweat and hard work into this production, so I think you can keep your expectations up.”

Lee Jun-ki stated, “I’m happy to be able to participate in a meaningful piece. The show will give us the chance to share a new perspective on 6/25 with many people, and I hope that it will leave a lasting impression of gratitude and comfort to the veterans of that war.”

Life’s Voyage will run August 21-29 at the National Theater.

By: girlfriday

Surely these types of opportunities will pop up for Rain as well, and bring him enjoyment during his service.  He’s much too talented and well-known for it not to.

»  See our previous post on the Korean Armed Forces Radio Network Dream Concert HERE.

— Stephe @cloudusa.wordpress.com ^@@^

~ by Cloud USA on July 24, 2010.

2 Responses to “K-stars serving their country, part 2.”

  1. Yes, this lifts our spirits a lot, in hopes that Rain will have a lot of fun in the military’s entertainment unit, whatever branch he goes to.

    Stephe ^@@^


  2. Thanks so much for sharing this ladies, I knew that even in other counties our entertainers are still allowed certain favors because of their very special gifts and talents. MUCH LOVE!!


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