On May 29, actor Kim Dong Wook was released from the military. He did so sans fanfare, and his agency explained, “Considering the state of affairs, the police station wished for a quiet exit, as well. We appreciate your understanding.”
Casually dressed, Kim Dong Wook greeted the police officials who had come to see him off as well as the reporters that had come to see his release. Waving to his fans to express his thanks, Kim Dong Wook, without any separate interview, was in his agency van within two minutes and left the site.
An agency official said, “Kim Dong Wook is going to rest for now, and he currently has no official activities scheduled. He will soon start looking into his next project, and will start entertainment activities.”
Kim Dong Wook, who debuted in 2004 with the film “A Crimson Mark,” has previously appeared in works such as “My Lovely Week,” “Five Senses of Eros,” “Take Off,” and “The Concubine,” as well as the drama “Coffee Prince.”