"Legend of the Blue Sea" star Lee MinHo is thankful to his fans and followers. He is also grateful for those that have supported him for many years. The "Heirs" actor is also rumored to be thankful to his current girlfriend Suzy Bae.

Rumors of Lee MinHo

The former male lead of "City Hunter" continues to dominate the news with rumors and speculations. However, there are claims abounding that #Legend of the Blue Sea” actor Lee Min Ho is facing rumors of ending his career owing to the desire to spend more quality time with his longtime girlfriend Suzy Bae.

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The famed actor is also rumored to enlist in the military anytime soon.

Given his fame, it is expected that his fans and followers would hope that Lee would continue on with his career.

However, the “Bounty Hunter” star faces the impending need to enlist in the military. Even though there are rumors, Lee has not affirmed any of the claims to be true.

Lee Minho thankful to his fans

To show his gratefulness, MinHo prepared a new project to thank his fan and followers for their loyalty to him. Asia One reports that the actor is fully aware of the support that his fans have bestowed on him. To showcase his thankfulness, Lee will release his new album for this year. For the uninitiated, this is not the first time that Lee had released some songs. He did it for the years 2013 and 2015. As a tribute to his fans and followers, MinHo's new project will be released in a fan meeting to be held at Seoul's Kyung Hee University, South Korea, this coming Saturday and Sunday.

Enlisting in the military

On a different note, the "Heirs" and Suzy Bae's man is expected to enlist in the military and according to a Strait Times report, the actor might be assigned in a non-combat department because of being physically unfit.

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If the military enlistment pushes through, Lee will have to take a break from the entertainment industry until the mandatory service is finished.

In addition, the Korean law stipulates that all able-bodied men must serve in the military for 21 to 24 months, since the country is technically still at war with North Korea. As for the rumors linking Suzy Bae's name, all of those claims should be taken with a grain of salt in mind since there has been no confirmation from the "City Hunter" star for its authenticity.