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BTS members must report for military service, authorities say, despite calls to exempt them

BTS members must report for military service, authorities say, despite calls to exempt them

22.11.2019

BTS members must report for military service, authorities say, despite calls to exempt them

If football star Son Heung-min can score an exemption from South Korea 's mandatory military service, fans of BTS are adamant that the seven members of the boy band should enjoy that privilege too.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

BTS have spearheaded the K-pop march abroad, with their successful invasion of the American market.

Mr Lee Nam-woo, chief of the ministry's personnel welfare office, said:"We believe military duty will not hurt popular performers so critically that they cannot perform anymore (after they are discharged)."

Currently, exemptions are given to those who win gold at the Asian Games or any medal at the Olympics, and classical artists who excel at designated competitions.

Read more: The Straits Times

BTS must serve NS liao.

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