Lee Min-ho visited his The King: Eternal Monarch co-star Woo Do-hwan ahead of the latter's military enlistment.
On his Instagram page, Min-ho shared a photo of himself and Do-hwan, capturing the moments at what seems to be a send-off party.
“Yeong, I hope that now you can become the best shooter in the field," Min-ho wrote on Instagram.
Do-hwan played the role of bodyguard Yeong in The King: Eternal Monarch. Meanwhile, Min-hoo portrayed the role of the emperor of an alternate universe in Korea named Lee Gon.
It was on June 24 when Do-hwan announced that he was going to enlist in the military. He posted a letter on social media which read, "You may be surprised by the sudden news, but I am writing this letter because I wanted to personally announce this to my fans first.
I am enlisting as an active duty soldier on July 6. I feel apologetic for not being able to directly meet you and say goodbye.
I was happy while doing every project I was in thanks to the overflowing love everyone gave me.
Thank you for watching over my 20s and loving me. Thanks to that, I was able to spend my 20s very happily."