BTS' Jin To Soon Be Discharged From Military: BigHit Confirms With Official Statement

BTS' Jin, who has completed his mandatory military service, will soon be discharged. The news was confirmed by the K-pop band's label BigHit Music. "Jin is close to completing his active service in the army and will soon be discharged," they wrote.
BTS' Jin To Soon Be Discharged From Military: BigHit Confirms With Official Statement

BTS' Jin To Soon Be Discharged From Military: BigHit Confirms With Official Statement

South Korean supergroup BTS' member Jin has completed his mandatory military service and will soon be discharged. The ARMY had been eagerly waiting for an official update on the same and the K-pop band's label, BigHit, has finally issued a statement. They confirmed Jin's discharge from the military and requested fans to refrain from visiting the site.
BigHit's Official Statement On Jin's Discharge
Their statement read, "We are excited to bring you the news of Jin’s upcoming military discharge. Jin is close to completing his active service in the army and will soon be discharged."
"Please note that the discharge day is reserved for military personnel only. No special events are planned on the day of Jin’s discharge. To prevent any issues arising from overcrowding, fans are strongly advised to refrain from visiting the site. Please convey your warm regards and encouragement in your hearts," they added.
"We always grateful for unwavering love and support for Jin. Our company will continue to put our utmost effort into supporting artists. Thank you once again for your continued love and support for BTS," concluded the label.
Fans REJOICE
The BTS Army erupted in joy after the statement by the official handle of BigHit Music.
A fan tweeted. "It all started with Jin leaving, and now he will usher us into a new era. A era of welcoming home our seven one at a time. Hyung will do it first, right? Can’t wait to see all 7 of you together again soon. Our home, our Bangtan Borahae."
"Finally Jin is coming. Love u Moon...Today's Weverse post made my day," expressed another.
A tweet read, "Welcome Jin, we have been looking forward to this day with great joy. Congratulations on your return. We love you."
More about BTS
The other Bangtan boys, Jung Kook, RM, SUGA, J-Hope, Jimin, and V, are yet to complete their mandatory 18-month military service. For those unversed, all able-bodied South Korean men are required to serve in the army by the age of 28.
While they have managed to still bond with their fans, the group is expected to make an official comeback in 2025.
Meanwhile, Jin will soon be seen at the BTS 2024 FESTA celebration, which will take place on June 13 at the Seoul Sports Complex on the band's 11th anniversary. He is likely to share stories from his time in the military and fans are quite excited.
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