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BTS’ Jin and HYBE Address their Concerns About Mandatory Military Service

Every Korean man between the ages of 18 and 28 must serve in the military for approximately 20 months

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Dhruv Chakraborty
Dhruv Chakraborty
An engineer, sports journalist, and editor with a passion for writing fitness and sports-related articles.

UNITED STATES: BTS’s Jin, the septet’s eldest member, has responded to his mandatory military service concerns. The band was at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas for a press conference. They were in Las Vegas to obtain permission to perform on stage at a concert. “I talked a lot with the company and entrusted all military service-related tasks with the company,” Jin said, according to Twitter. Lee Jin Hyung, CCO of HYBE, who manages BTS, attended the meeting.

“The BTS members have currently left the matter of their military service in the hands of the agency,” he explained. BTS has previously stated that they will accept the call to duty when the country calls, and they have not changed their minds. However, the policy on military service has shifted slightly because the members are experiencing unexpected changes to the Military Service Act, they are currently monitoring the situation while discussing the matter with the company.

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He continued, “The agency informed BTS that after the new amendment to the Military Service Act was proposed, we were hesitant to decide on their military service, which the BTS members maturely accepted and left the matter in the hands of the company. To be more specific, the military service policy is changing, and BTS members are struggling because it is difficult for them to predict the timing [of their military service]. Because making plans is difficult for them, both the members of BTS and the company are currently keeping a close eye on the proposed amendment.”

Every Korean man between the ages of 18 and 28 must serve in the military for approximately 20 months. Due to a new amendment, BTS members have been allowed to postpone it. This amendment will enable artists to receive Korean ministry recommendations to delay mandatory service until they reach the age of 30. Jin, who turns 30 on December 9 this year, must enlist in the military before 2022.

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