Korean TV, Variety Shows

Andy and Solbi Will Go Separate Ways After 7 Months of “Marriage”

The inevitable has happened, the lovable Andy and Solbi couple will be leaving MBC star wedding variety “We Got Married” after 7 months of ‘marriage’.

According to the “We Got Married” PD in charge of recording today, Andy and Solbi will be recording their farewell holiday today and then leave the show entirely. The couple leaves the variety show having been on it since March this year and lasting around 7 months before eventually saying goodbye. This final recording of Andy and Solbi will be shown towards the end of September.

Andy and Solbi have been winning lots of love since appearing on “We Got Married” and fans will no doubt be sad at this latest happening which was being foreshadowed by a string of events (cut scenes, new couples, lack of chemistry recently, etc). After leaving the show, Andy’s schedule will still be packed to the brim with his musical, nationwide concert tour, overseas promotions, etc while Solbi will embark on her solo singing career with her new album.

The departure of Andy and Solbi at this juncture means that one of the 3 new couples who will be appearing this Sunday on the Chuseok special could be drafted in to replace them depending on circumstances like how well-received they are, fans reaction, their schedules, etc. The 3 new couples was originally scheduled to make a one-time only appearance this Sunday.

This is a sad day for Anbiholics. Tears will flow when it airs.

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Eric Mun Will Be First Shinhwa Member to Be Enlisted

Shinhwa leader, Eric Mun Jung Hyuk will be enlisted into the army on 9th October after receiving his enlistment notice this morning in his mailbox.

Eric will report on the afternoon of 9th October at Chungnam Nonsan training camp where he will then undergo five weeks of mandatory basic military training. Thereafter, he will then be be transferred to the civil service for a desk job. Eric was told in a body checkup that he had to serve the army when he gave up his U.S citizenship in 2000. But he suffered serious injuries to his neck, back and knees when something went wrong while filming for his drama “Wolf” in 2006. He was thus deemed to be fit only for a desk job.

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