J-Hope of BTS to start necessary military service

J-Hope of BTS has become the second member of the K-pop group to start his obligatory navy service in South Korea.
J-Hope, a member of K-pop supergroup BTS, has cancelled his request to delay enlistment, the group’s agency mentioned Sunday, in a move to affix the country’s navy service.
The 29 12 months old singer had beforehand applied for a postponement but now Big Hit Music (the band’s label) says he has pulled the request and will enlist in the navy.
A notice posted to Weverse, a fan community platform said…
“We wish to inform our followers that J-Hope has initiated the army enlistment course of by applying for the termination of his enlistment postponement.”
BigHit Music did not provide a specific time frame on when he will join the army, saying solely it will make an announcement as soon as the notice of enlistment is out there, but on the identical day J-Hope let the BTS Army know that a new single is coming within the next week.
On Sunday, HYBE revealed that “On the Street” would arrive at midnight on Friday, March three, accompanied by a brand new music video. J-Hope himself “participated” within the writing of the monitor, which the label described as a “lo-fi hip-hop monitor with easy-listening melody and warm-hearted lyrics.”
Jin, the oldest BTS member, was the primary to affix the Army and all seven members of the K-pop boy band plan to fulfil their army duties.
In Profit , J-Hope of BTS dropped his first solo album, “Jack within the Box,” and carried out at “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve,” an annual New Year’s Eve particular present by ABC TV.
In South Korea, all able-bodied males are required to serve within the navy for about two years.
Two years in the past, Thai BTS fans were delighted when world-famous K-Pop group launched the Map of the Soul pop-up shop at EmQuartier in Bangkok..

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