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Hyun then returned to silver screen with the action-thriller film titled Confidential Assignment (2017), where he plays the role of a North Korean detective that is secretly sent to South Korea to apprehend a crime ring that is made up of North Korean traitors.After joining the Marines for his mandatory military service and completing six months into his service, Hyun participated in the "Seoul Reclamation Anniversary Marine Marathon Competition".On March 7, 2011, Hyun volunteered to serve his 21 months of compulsory military service in the Marine Corps, considered the toughest service branch. Born on April 15, 1985, he is a former baseball player who played for the Hanwha Eagles in 2005 and the Doosan Bears in 2006.Hope you wrap up the rest of this year well and remember ‘Bbona’! ” and CN Blue’s Kang Min Hyuk wrote, “Thank you for your hard work, director, writer and all the staff.I will never be able to forget ‘Chan Young.’” Choi Jin Hyuk who acted as Kim Tan (Lee Min Ho)′s brother wrote, “You all went through a lot filming in the cold weather.The drama site was always warm due to your support and encouragement throughout filming.” The members of the cast received much praise by showing teamwork and passion until the last scene was filmed. ” The drama production company Hwa & Dam pictures also stated, “We give our applause to the cast of The Heirs.
He is best known for his television drama roles in “Cruel City” (2013), “Discovery of Love” (2014), “Falling for Innocence” (2015), “My Daughter, Geum Sa Wol” (2015-2016) and “Tunnel” (2017).He ran a 6.25 km long course with 400 exemplary senior marines.This event was held in remembrance of the historically significant event when the Marines won back the capital Seoul that had been taken during the 6.25 Korean War.In 2011, Hyun starred in two films; Come Rain, Come Shine (a minimalist breakup indie directed by Lee Yoon-ki); and Late Autumn (directed by Kim Tae-yong).Shot in Seattle, Late Autumn was an English-language remake of the 1966 Lee Man-hee classic, in which Hyun played a man on the run who falls in love with a woman who is on special leave from prison (Chinese actress Tang Wei).
For his acting comeback after military service, Hyun chose The Fatal Encounter, his first ever period film, in which he played the leading role of King Jeongjo who faced fierce party strife and assassination attempts during his reign.