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AKMU′s Lee Soo-hyun Protects Her Promise to Visit Her Brother During His Enlistment

2017.11.03 04:30 Vanessa Augsbach

Akdong Musician fans, if your life has been feeling a little empty without their dulcet, effortlessly hip sound, we have an update that might make things a little better.

On her personal Instagram, AKMU’s Lee Soo-hyun shared a family photo with her brother, and fellow AKMU duo-mate, Lee Chan-hyuk, who’s currently fulfilling his military service with the Marine Corps.

She writes: “He’s completely become a different person in seven weeks! He so cool. Congratulations on completing [basic training], victory!”With his “stiff upper lip,” and determined look, it definitely seems like Lee Chan-hyuk has his eyes set straight ahead towards victory.

AKMU′s Lee Soo-hyun Protects Her Promise to Visit Her Brother During His Enlistment

Photo Credit: Instagram @akmu_suhyun


But, those fans who tuned into the early-2017 reality show “Suddenly a Millionaire” might notice something even more touching about the photo.

On the program, Lee Chan-hyuk left a heartfelt note for his sister, which she read aloud as he tried his best to be the strong, "I can′t have feelings," big brother. But, in the midst of this, they both realized that the he would be going off to the military and they wouldn′t be able to spend her next birthday together. With that, Lee Soo-hyun made a promise to visit him often during his service.

If Instagram has anything to say about it, it looks like this brother-sister team is keeping their promises.

Check out the full video for yourself below. And, let us know in the comments if you got a little teary from this touching brother-sister moment.


The duo, who released their debut album Play in 2014 after winning “K-pop Star 2” and signing with YG Entertainment, will be on hiatus for the duration of Lee Chan-hyuk’s military service, which is expected to complete in 2019.

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