BTS member J-Hope to serve actively in Korean Army
"J-Hope will be enlisting in the Army as an active-duty soldier to fulfill his mandatory military service," BigHit Music said on Weverse, a K-pop fan community platform, reports Yonhap, a news agency. It, however, said there will be no separate event for fans on the day of his enlistment. The date and location of the military unit where the K-pop star.
Watch | BTS' Jungkook sways to 'Naatu Naatu' during live session
A clip from Jungkook's live while grooving and "vibing" to 'Naatu Naatu', originally picturised on NTR Jr. and Ram Charan, has taken over social media. Some could not even control themselves as Jungkook said 'RRR' while talking.'Naatu Naatu' has been a flavour of the award season. It has already won a Golden Globe and a Critics Choice Award this year.
After Jin, BTS' J-hope enlists for conscription in South Korea
The Bighit Music label on Sunday shared a notice on Weverse. The statement read: "This is BIGHIT MUSIC. We would like to inform our fans that J-hope has initiated the military enlistment process by applying for the termination of his enlistment postponement. We will inform you of further updates in due course."
BTS' Suga to soon embark on his first individual world tour
The rapper announced the news with detailed tour dates on Weverse, a K-pop fan community platform, reports Yonhap, a news agency. For the first time, a BTS member has announced a solo tour. Starting with Belmont Park, New York on April 26-27, the tour will take him to other parts of the United States, Newark, Rosemont, Los Angeles and Oakland as well as Indonesia.
BTS' J-Hope tries long hair in photo book to be released on February 17
The photo book, titled 'All New Hope', will come out on February 17 as part of the septet's 'Special 8 Photo-Folio' project launched in September to show off the group members' individual characters and new sides, BigHit Music said in a release, reports 'Yonhap' News Agency.
BTS' Suga to fulfil military service as social service agent, not on active duty
They said the 29-year-old rapper was assigned to be a social service agent instead of an active-duty soldier. But details, including when his enlistment will happen, remain unknown. Suga, born in 1993, had his service deferred until the end of next year under a revised law that allows "those who excel in popular culture and art" to postpone their service until the age of 30.
BTS' Jin assigned to front-line boot camp for military service
The 29-year-old Jin is set to enter the boot camp of a front-line Army division in Yeoncheon, 60 km north of the capital, on December 13 and undergo a five-week training programme, according to Yonhap News Agency. After the basic training, Jin will be assigned to a local unit.