Kang Tae-oh of ‘Woo Young-woo’ reads a ‘memorandum’ at a Memorial Day ceremony… a dignified gesture

Money Today Reporter Park Hyo-joo | 2023.06.06 14:51

TV '제68회 현충일 추념식' 갈무리"/>Kang Tae-oh, who serves in the army, read the ‘memorandum 21′ at the memorial service on Memorial Day. /Photo = Captured from SBS TV’s ’68th Memorial Day Ceremony’

Actor Kang Tae-oh made a dignified appearance at the 68th Memorial Day ceremony. At the ’68th Memorial Day Commemoration Ceremony’ held at the National Cemetery in Dongjak-gu, Seoul on the 6th, Kang Tae-oh stood on the podium as a representative of the Army and read the ’21 Memorandum’. Kang Tae-oh’s real name, ‘Kim Yoon-hwan’, was posted in the live video subtitles.

Memorandum Twenty One contains the story of the late Corporal Hak-soo Lee, a Korean War veteran who died in 2005 after being wounded in the head by a shrapnel in battle in the Jangdan district of Gyeonggi-do during the Koreans. War.

Standing in front of the camera for the first time in a while, Kang Tae-oh looked more dignified and cool. After reading the memorandum, he calmly saluted and then went down the podium.

Kang Tae-oh, who I haven’t seen for a long time, caught the eye with his tanned skin and arms that have become more toned with muscles.

Meanwhile, Kang Tae-oh came to prominence last year with the ENA drama ‘Strange Lawyer Woo Young-woo’, which became popular almost like a syndrome. In September last year, he was selected as an enlistment assistant at the 37th Division Recruit Training Center in Jeungpyeong-gun, Chungcheongbuk-do and is currently serving. The release date is March 19 next year.

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