Choi Jin Hyuk Discharged from the Military Because of Knee Injury

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Actor Choi Jin Hyuk has recently been discharged from the military because an injury to his knee.  This comes just seven months into his enlistment.

Choi Jin Hyuk’s agency, Red Brick House, released a statement saying that he suffered a serious knee injury that required a stem cell cartilage transplant surgery.  He will need long term rehabilitation which is why he has been discharged.  They also said that Choi Jin Hyuk was distressed that he will be unable to complete his enlistment.

I will definitely be hoping for a quick recovery for Choi Jin Hyuk and that he doesn’t have any lasting problems from this injury.

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4 Responses to Choi Jin Hyuk Discharged from the Military Because of Knee Injury

  1. hayleighm20 says:

    Oh no! I hope he is okay and like you say that the injury doesn’t effect him long term. I hope he recovers quickly! ~


  2. Omo! Poor Jin Hyuk! I hope he has a swift recovery!


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