SS501 Heo Young Saeng Discharged from Military

D-Bo , July 30, 2015, 12:56 p.m.

SS501 member Heo Young Saeng has been discharged from his mandatory military enlistment.  HE performed his duties as a conscripted policeman during his service.  He enlisted back on October 31, 2013, and after 21 months of fulfilling his duty in the Seoul Police Promotions Unit, he was discharged today. He seems to be full of smiles as he waves at the fans and press who gathered to welcome him back.

Heo Young Saeng is a South Korean entertainer and the lead singer and the main vocalist of boyband SS501. In 2010, Heo left DSP Media, who managed him as part of SS501, and moved to B2M Entertainment, with bandmate Kim Kyu-Jong, to pursue his solo career. His debut album as a soloist entitled Let It Go was released in May 2011. He then released several albums more in Korea and Japan, with the hit tracks "Crying", "The Art of Seduction", "Weak Child", and "1.2.3", among others. In 2012, Heo played his first acting role in KBS2's sitcom I Need A Fairy

Heo has performed in musicals as well: he debuted in The Three Musketeers, playing the role of D'Artagnan during 2011 and appeared in 2013 in the Summer Snow musical. Since October 31, 2013, Heo is on active duty as a police officer as part of his mandatory, 21-month military service

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