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South Korea's revised law will give pop culture artists a chance to delay their military service.
ARMYs, your prayers have been answered-you might just see more of BTS performing as seven in the years come!On December 1, the BTS Military Service Amendment Bill was passed by South Korea's National Assembly which allows Korean artists,
We will miss you, Chen!
EXO-Ls, prepare your tissues-Chen just announced that he will be starting his military enlistment on October 26 through a handwritten letter that he posted on his social media account.MORE MILITARY ENLISTMENT STORIES RIGHT HERE:In a translation by Soompi,
We can only guess!
It's been 23 days (yes, sis, we're counting) since Park Bo Gum enlisted in the military, and we miss him so, so, much already. Although, with Record Of Youth episodes coming out weekly on Netflix and his frequent posting on
Yes, we'll still get our Bogummy content even while he's enlisted!
Park Bo Gum enlisted on August 31, 2020. While we won't be able to see him back in the spotlight until 2022, the great thing about our dear Bogummy is that he's already completed three major projects! Yes,
He'll sure be missing his ~Unbreakable Sword~!
There's no doubt that Lee Min Ho and Woo Do Hwan's on-screen bromance on The King: Eternal Monarch also turned into a deep off-screen friendship.After wrapping up eight months of shooting for the drama last
They were really worth the wait!
Ah, the infamous ~comeback drama~, which, in K-Dramaland usually pertains to the drama a Korean actor stars in after he gets discharged from his mandatory military service. Yup, being away from the spotlight for almost two years (which is how long
We'll miss you, oppa!
After his breakout roles as Jo Young and Eun Seob in The King: Eternal Monarch, Woo Do Hwan will officially be leaving the limelight to fulfill his mandatory military service beginning July 6, 2020. According to Soompi, the 27-year-old actor
K-drama and K-pop stars are still required to serve in the military for two years.
South Korea's military conscription has long been a sensitive topic for its countrymen. As stated by law, Korean men between the ages of 18 to 30 are strictly required to serve the nation's military for 20 months or
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By law, South Korea requires able-bodied men from 18 to 28 years old to render military service. They're obliged to join the South Korean army for around two years. Although, exceptions are made only if they're "classical
It's already happening next week.
On May 4, EXO's leader Suho made a surprise announcement with details of his upcoming military enlistment, Soompi reports. Through a handwritten letter posted on EXO's official online fan community, the 28-year-old idol revealed he was
Missing your faves? No more ~ugly crying~!
It is a fact that a part of every South Korean man's life is dedicated to mandatory military service or "conscription." Before they turn 30 years old, they must enlist and be in good physical health so they can perform
Congratulations on successfully completing your military service, oppas!
At one point or another, most of our favorite Korean stars take a hiatus from the spotlight as part of their mandatory military service. ICYDK, South Korea requires all of its male citizens to serve in the military before turning 30 years
The actor will begin his mandatory enlistment on March 8, 2019.
Lee Jong Suk will be enlisting in the Korean military on March 8, 2019.This is just one week after he wraps up his current drama, Romance Is A Bonus Book. Though this is sooner than expected, we all knew the actor