A lot of domestic and overseas fans of Super Junior’s Leeteuk swarmed over to see Leeteuk off before he entered a boot camp.
Leeteuk enters the 306 boot camp on October 30 at 2:00 p.m. Over 600 fans of Leeteuk came to the boot camp to see Leeteuk off around 11:00 a.m.
Including Korean fans, a lot of fans from Japan, Taiwan, China, and Thailand came to see Leeteuk.
They held placards that read, “Leeteuk, please protect our country,” “Take me with you,” and “I’ll wait for you forever,” and brought a big blue balloon, which symbolizes Super Junior.
Some of the fans were from the U.S., France, and Sweden.
Over 50 reporters were also there to cover Leeteuk enterting the boot camp. The police prepared to prevent accidents.
Leeteuk will receive basic military training for five weeks and do his military service for 21 months. His back pain worsened when he got into a car accident in 2007, but he got to do his military service as a full-time soldier after receiving constant hospital treatment.
On October 8, Leeteuk tweeted, “Every moment of my life is very valuable. Everything depends on how I think. If I’m sad, everything seems sad, and if I’m happy, everything seems happy. I’ll try to stay as happy as I can until I start my military service.”