"Entertainment Weekly" Rain's Company Says "Medical Leave From The Military? That Won't Happen"
By Staff Writer | September 29, 2012 03:59 PM EDT
Singer and actor Rain's company talked about the possibility of his release from the military due to medical conditions.
On the KBS 2TV program "Entertainment Weekly" that aired on Saturday, they talked about Rain's admittance to the hospital.
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An official from his company talked about his back condition, saying, "He wasn't injured, but he always had a herniated disc. Due to his pian, he was unable to attend the events. The cause of the disc was dancing."
The official continued, "Even before enlisting, he went to the hospital and received physical therapy. From what I know, he is receiving physical therapy and resting right now."
The reporter asked if there was a possibility that he would leave the military early. The official replied, "That won't happen. There will be no more issues. I was told that he wasn't thinking of an early leave."
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