Actor and singer D.O. (real name Do Kyung Soo) from boy group EXO will return to fans after finishing his last leave without returning to the military.
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On December 28, D.O.'s agency SM Entertainment revealed that, "D.O. has left for his last vacation before being discharged from the military, and he will be officially discharged from the military on January 2h, following the instructions to prevent the spread of COVID-19."
There will be no separate event in connection with D.O.'s discharge.
D.O. enlisted and as an active soldier in July 2019 and faithfully fulfilled his military duty at the Air Defense Battalion of the Capital Mechanized Infantry Division. In November, D.O. also conveyed his recent status through the 'Proud' challenge hosted by the Military Manpower Administration.
D.O. made his debut as a member of EXO in 2012 and received a lot of love. Since then, he has been acting in dramas such as 'It's Okay, That's Love', '100 Days My Prince', movies 'Cart', 'My Annoying Brother', and 'Swing Kids'. D.O. has decided to star in the movie 'The Moon' as his comeback film.