South Korean musician Suga, a member of Ok-pop boyband BTS, has enlisted within the navy immediately (September 22).
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Forward of his enlistment immediately, Suga took to fan neighborhood platform Weverse to share a message to his followers. “I used to be in a position to come this far because of you. And the time has come. I’ll faithfully full my obligation and are available again,” he wrote, per Yonhap Information Company. “Watch out of the chilly autumn climate. Keep wholesome and see you all in 2025.”
Suga is the third member of BTS to enlist within the navy, following Jin in December of 2022 and J-hope earlier this yr. Nonetheless, in contrast to his bandmates, Suga will has been “dominated unfit for the common fight obligation and can function a social service agent”, per Yonhap.
The musician’s enlistment additionally comes shortly after Huge Hit Music introduced that each one seven members of BTS have renewed their contracts with the Ok-pop company.
“We hope will be capable of share with everybody a full group promotional interval for BTS in 2025,” the Ok-pop company stated an announcement, per Sports activities Chosun. “HYBE and Huge Hit Music will do every thing we are able to to help and additional enhance BTS’ standing.”
HYBE’s assertion comes shortly after BTS member RM stated that the boyband will “be again for positive” throughout a livestream on the fan neighborhood platform Weverse final month. Notably, BTS have been on an prolonged break since mid-2022 to “discover some solo initiatives”.
Earlier this yr, HYBE and Huge Hit Music founder Bang Si-hyuk stated that the plan for BTS to reunite in 2025 had not been confirmed. “We stated we ‘hope’ the members can resume in 2025, not ‘will’,” Bang stated throughout an look on the Gwanhun Discussion board. “[We] will each work for it, but it surely doesn’t imply we are able to goal [the date of 2025].”
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