ZE:A is not disbanding, despite reports. Siwan assured that the South Korean boy group, also known as Children of Empire, has not split.
During an interview with MyDaily, the 29-year-old said: "ZE:A is not thinking of giving up nor disbanding. It's just that we've all been busy recently with our individual activities so it was only obvious for people to make such speculations."
Adding on, Siwan admitted that he did not enjoy acting as he expected. He said: "To be honest, I didn't feel happy all the time while acting. Of course, there were times when I was praised for my acting skills because I was lucky enough to choose the right projects. I often experienced a great deal of stress whenever I took my work too far. I thought that I would never make it as an actor after all."
Previously, Siwan had talked about his plans for military enlistment. He said: "I want to make my fans feel like my absence isn't too long, and I think it's only right for me to keep showing myself to them while I'm in the army as well."
"If it weren't for that, I honestly don't want to put off my enlistment anymore. I wanted to go soon, but it wasn't easy since I had to settle things with my agency. Now, it makes me feel like I'm the only one who hasn't done his homework, while everyone else has already finished theirs. I'm aiming to enlist after finishing the drama I'm working on, if possible," he added.