Actor Cha Seo-won of “Enlistment in November” injured his finger
[Exclusive] Actor Cha Seo-won of “Enlistment in November” injured his finger during training
Actor Cha Seo-won (real name Lee Chang-yeop), who is serving in the military, was injured during training.
According to a report from Ten Asia on the 25th, Cha Seo-won was found to have injured his finger at the training center. However, it is a minor injury, and it does not interfere with the activity. In response, Cha Seo-won is training normally after receiving treatment. Cha is scheduled to receive a battalion assignment after completing the training camp this week.
Cha Seo-won joined the army on November 22. The location and time of admission were not disclosed in accordance with Cha Seo-won’s will to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and to enter the hospital quietly. The agency said, “I would like to thank everyone who loves Seo-won, and I ask for your continued support and warm attention to Cha Seo-won, who will faithfully fulfill his defense obligations and return to a more mature appearance.”
Seo-won debuted in the SBS drama “The Heirs” in 2013 and gradually became known by appearing in MBC’s “Byul Daughter-in-law,” KBS2’s “What’s Wrong with You, Pungsang,” tvN’s “Cheongil Electronics Missri,” and MBC’s “Second Husband.” “Second Husband,” which ended in April last year, won the Best Actor Award in the Daily Drama category at the MBC Acting Awards.
Recently, Seo-won appeared on MBC’s entertainment show “I Live Alone” and was nicknamed “Romantic Dorky” as a character who is eccentric but enjoys romance. It is also appearing in SBS travel entertainment show “Leaving for a Real Friend or More, If You Go Only Once,” which was filmed before joining the military.