CNBLUE’s Jung Yong Hwa Writes Letter To Fans From The Army
CNBLUE’s Jung Yong Hwa has handwritten a letter for his fans as he fulfills his military service!
On August 22, the singer and actor shared his letter from the army. It reads as follows:
“Hello everyone! This is Jung Yong Hwa, who’s serving in the special forces unit.
“I enlisted on March 5, and the time since then feels both long and short. It was cold when I enlisted, but now there’s a heat wave.
“Everyone! How are you? Are you healthy? I’m writing this letter because I think you all might be curious about how I’m doing too.
“First off, I’m really doing well. I’m grateful because everyone here is good to me, including my superiors, colleagues, and juniors. I’m doing my best while feeling a sense of duty as I train and fulfill my service.
“While being the soldier Jung Yong Hwa instead of the celebrity Jung Yong Hwa, I’ve been feeling things that I missed while promoting and hadn’t been able to see, as well as self-reflecting and gaining a lot from that. I’m being inspired and I think this is a really good time for me.
“I’m talking too stiffly, right? Then how about a brighter topic? A lot of people have said they heard that I did 110 push-ups in two minutes at the training center, but to be honest it was 120. I’m correcting that. I’m working out more now. That’s all about that!
“Everyone! Thank you for always waiting for me and cherishing me. Please just keep doing so for a little while more, because after I’m discharged I’ll return all the love I received. And the most important thing is your health! Take good care of yourself, and I’ll be rooting for your happiness.
“I’ll send you more news again when I have the chance!”
Jung Yong Hwa then signed off as “special forces soldier Jung Yong Hwa.”
After enlisting in March and completing basic military training, Jung Yong Hwa was assigned to the 702nd Special Assault Regiment in Second Corps after volunteering. The 702nd Special Assault Regiment (also known as the “Phoenix Unit”) was formed in 1982 as the first special forces unit in the country.