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Lee Min Ho's Management Speaks Up About Those Enlistment Rumors

His management finally cleared all the rumors.
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Rumors about Korean actor Lee Min Ho's mandatory military enlistment have been swirling around for days, saying that the date for his enlistment will be in March or April. Fans were concerned and worried and sad, of course, because this means we won't be seeing much of the Legend of the Sea star. (via Soompi.com)

However, his management agency, MYM Entertainment, spoke up and cleared all the rumors surrounding his enlistment. "Lee Min Ho has not received any information about the exact date of his enlistment. He has not even received his notice of admission," they said.

The actor will be carrying out his mandatory military service as a public service officer because of his 2006 accident that required insertion of metal screws in his leg.

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