AceShowbiz - Kyuhyun greeted his fans on Twitter for the first time since his military enlistment. The 29-year-old singer took to Twitter on Friday, December 1 to share a photo of him which was possibly taken during his break from military service.
Wearing a casual outfit, he stood on the street overlooking trees on its sides. "Welcome, it's been a while since a monthly purple egg post ^^ #My hair looks stupid but will you be okay with me like this," he captioned it, poking fun at his short cropped hair which has now grown since he cut it shorter when he enlisted in May.
While the Super Junior member seemingly worried about how his fans would react to his hair, they didn't seem to mind it at all. They were all simply excited that their idol updated his Twitter account after a while.
"I LOVE YOU SO MUCH NEVER GO THIS LONG WITHOUT UPDATING US MY BABY I MISS YOU SO MUCH!!!!" one wrote. Another commented on his look, "Yess handsome as always." One other added, "Finally my lovely kyuhyun update his twiter again."
On the same day, Ji Chang Wook who is currently also serving in military updated his Instagram for the first time since his enlistment. The "Suspicious Partner" star shared a photo of him sitting on a field with his friends. Sporting a buzzcut, he appeared to be enjoying his break playing a sport with his friends.
His fans expressed their excitement in the comment section. "Hi," one simply greeted him. Another wrote, "We missed you." Another follower wrote, "Long time no see." However, the picture has been deleted from his Instagram account for an unknown reason.
Kyuhyun officially began his mandatory military service on May 25. He is serving the country as a social service worker after completing 4-week training at Nonsan Army Training Center. He is unable to serve as an active soldier after he fractured his hip and ribs in a severe car accident in 2007. He was in a coma for four days and only had 20|percent| rate of survival. He is expected to be discharged on May 24, 2019.
While currently serving in military, it was recently revealed that the "At Gwanghwamun" singer participated in Super Junior's eighth and latest album "PLAY". He had recorded his part in "Girlfriend" and "Too Late" before he enlisted.
As for Ji Chang Wook, he quietly enlisted on August 14 and is currently serving in the 3rd Infantry Division. He is expected to return sometime in May 2019.