KyuHyun, the youngest member of K-pop boy group Super Junior, shared his feelings after completing his alternative military duty.
On May 14 episode of SBS' television show 'Han Bam', KyuHyun was seen walking out of his workplace on his very last day.
On this day, many fans gathered around to congratulate KyuHyun on completing his national mandatory duty as a social service worker.
The team of 'Han Bam' also joined the fans to welcome him back to the society and have a brief interview with him.
However, KyuHyun quickly left the site after taking a short moment to wave at everyone there.
Later, KyuHyun sincerely apologized about this, explaining that it was because his workplace was in the middle of a residential area, and he was worried that the noise would cause disturbance.
Then, KyuHyun went on to say, "For the first time in almost 10 years, all members of Super Junior will be able to perform and promote together."
He added with a smile, "Get ready for all the exciting things that are to come!"
Starting off with KangIn in 2010, the members of Super Junior began their military/alternative military duty one by one.
About nine years later, they all finally completed the national mandatory duty.
Meanwhile, KyuHyun has released his solo single 'The day we meet again' this morning.
(Lee Narin, Credit= SBS Han Bam)