Man-bok Lee, a former member of the group Ink, urges his son to urge the Marines and UDT because of his regret that he could not go to the military.

KBS Joy’Ask Anything’

Man-bok Lee, a former member of the group Ink, urged his 20-year-old son to join special forces such as the Marine Corps or UDT.

Lee Man-bok appeared in KBS Joy’s’Ask Anything’ on the 18th with her son Bumbin and daughter Jung Woo-yang.

On this day, Man-bok Lee said, “I’m worried about my son’s military problem,” and “because I was exempt from the military.” Until 1992, multicultural persons with apparent apparent identification were exempted even if they were willing to enlist in the military. This was the case with Lee Man-bok.

Lee Man-bok, who said, “I didn’t even have a physical examination at the time,” said, “I followed my son when he had a physical examination. I was judged active,” he said, “I hoped that (son) would give it to UDT, which was my dad’s dream.”

“My son said,’I can’t go because I’m afraid of water.’ So I invited the Marine Corps to enlist a second time,” and “But my son is continuing to postpone the enlistment period.” He wants his son to make it happen because his dream was enlisted.

However, Bumbin said, “I have no clear dreams, so I am putting off going to college and working part-time. “My dad puts too much pressure on the enlistment.”

Accordingly, MC Seo Jang-hoon said, “I also received an exemption from the military. At that time, he said, “If he is over 196cm tall, he was exempt.” He said, “I also want to send the army when I have children.” He said he understood Lee Man-bok’s feelings about sending his son to the army. He said, “Because my dad, Bumbin Islands, and Jungwoo Yang also live in Korea, I want to ask (Bumbin) to protect the country on behalf of my father.”

MC Lee Soo-geun also advised that if he couldn’t find his dream, he could learn social life in the military.

Editor Hyojin Ra [email protected]


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