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Super Junior Leeteuk to be Removed from "Star King" and "Strong Heart" as Soon as Army Date is Confirmed

By Staff Writer | September 13, 2012 10:36 AM EDT

Super Junior Leeteuk to be Removed from "Star King" and "Strong Heart" as Soon as Army Date is Confirmed
Super Junior Leeteuk to be Removed from "Star King" and "Strong Heart" as Soon as Army Date is Confirmed (Photo : d)

Super Junior member Leeteuk will be coming down from his spot on "Star King" and "Strong Heart" as soon as his army enlistment date is confirmed.

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The "Star King" producer commented, "Leeteuk's enlistment date is set for sometime around the end of October. September 17 is supposed to be his last episode on the show but it might not be since nothing is confirmed yet."

The producer continued, "Leeteuk's last episode will depend on when his enlistment date will be."

"Strong Heart" producer commented, "We are also unconfirmed for when his last episode will be as well. Since his enlistment date is unconfirmed, we still have not found a replacement for his spot either."

Leeteuk has been known for his roles in these two shows as well as on "We Got Married" which aired it's last episode of Leeteuk on September 8.

Tagged :  Super Junior, Leeteuk, Star King, Strong Heart

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