Yoo Seung Jun was once ber popular Korean pop star, but in 2002 he became a naturalize U.S. citizen to avoid his military duty in Korea. Celebrities in Korea are held to an even higher standard than politicians, where in the U.S. it is the opposite. Jun has since married, and had a child, plus he now has a music career in China, but he wants to be able to go back to Korea. Currently Korea has banned Jun from the country, and actually deported him back to the U.S. when he tried to enter the country. The public is sick of celebrities getting special treatment allowing them to skip their military duty. The U.S. has the very same problem with celebrities committing crimes, and get only a slap on the hand. Despite pleading for the public to forgive him on Korean TV, even mentioning his name in the Korean entertainment industry will get you black balled. Jun made his bed, now he has to lay in it. Even Elvis served proudly in the U.S. military, then returned to continue his successful musical career. Pictured above is Sung Si Kyung (pictured above) who risked his own career when he spoke about Jun’s exile from Korea this month, saying he is only being exiled because he is a celebrity. Jun is pictured below looking like he’s been hitting the weights. The girl beside him is Mina, a Worldcup honey, posing with Jun at a Chinese CCTV music program.