Even if BTS joins the military, they can “practise and perform together,” according to South Korean ministry
In the military, BTS members might be able to perform abroad, according to Lee Jong-sup, South Korea’s minister of defence. Jong-sup stated during the legislative session that the military might advance national goals without having an impact on the already limited pool of personnel resources by enabling BTS to continue performing. Given that Jin, the eldest member of BTS, will reach 30 next year, the topic of required military duty has received a lot of attention.
BTS was founded in 1992 by Jin, Suga, RM, J-Hope, Jimin, V, Jungkook, and J-Hope. The Korea is currently contemplating cutting K-pop artists’ required military duty from two years to three weeks. Globally renowned K-pop singers were permitted to postpone military duty until age 30 under a 2019 amendment to the law.
“If there are scheduled concerts abroad, there would be a method to allow them the opportunity to practise and perform together even if they enlist in the military. Given how highly valued musicians serving in the military are, this may contribute to their increased popularity “Jong-sup was reported by the news agency Reuters as saying.
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