Actor Kim Dong-wook, donned in traditional Korean hanbok, smiles for a scene in the erotic historical pic "The Concubine," which hit theaters on June 6, 2012. [All That Cinema]
Korean actor Kim Dong-wook entered the Korean army today as part of fulfilling the country's mandatory military services.
An official with Jangin Entertainment told the magazine in a phone interview Thursday that Kim entered the Nonsan training camp in the South Chungcheong Province at 2 p.m. KST.
Kim will undergo four weeks of basic training at the camp as part of fulfilling Korea's two year mandatory military service and serve as a riot police for the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency (SMPA) for the remaining period.
"The Concubine" star will follow in the footsteps of actors Cho Seung-woo and Ryu Soo-young, both who have fulfilled their duties as riot police, while "Architecture 101" star Lee Jae-hoon will join Kim when he begins his duties on October 25.
Kim rose to fame after starring in Korean blockbuster "Take Off" and playing a barista in hit TV series "The 1st Shop of Coffee Prince."
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