Jin will begin his mandatory five-week training at Yeoncheon in Gyeonggi province before being deployed to a "frontline unit", the Yonhap news agency reported, citing military and industry sources.
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A report by CNBCTV18 said that the data collected from Hanteo Chart suggests The Astronaut' sold 700,754 copies within a day of its release at 1 pm as of October 28.
Big Hit Music said the band’s oldest member, Jin, will revoke his request to delay his conscription at the end of the month and undertake the required steps.
It’s finally decided! K-pop stars BTS will enlist in the military as per the laws in South Korea. Russia, Ukraine, Iran, and Israel have similar rules. Norway became the first European country to introduce gender-neutral conscription
Will BTS have to serve in the real ARMY? The debate over military service and the K-pop band in South Korea
The debate on whether K-pop supergroup BTS will have to serve in the South Korean army rages on. The country’s military looks like it is in no mood to make an exemption
Earlier this week, Defense Minister Lee Jong-sup made almost identical comments about BTS at a parliamentary committee meeting, and Culture Minister Park Bo Gyoon said his ministry would soon finalize its position on the issue.
The group will perform at the global concert as part of their duties as ambassadors of the 'Busan World Expo 2030'.
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Boy bands, at least the ones that are immensely popular and have a massive fan base, are known to either disband or go on an indefinite ‘hiatus’ - be it One Direction, The Jonas Brothers, Backstreet Boys or NSYNC.
'BTS not on break, members will focus on solo projects just for now,' says label hours after K-pop band's announcement
BTS on Tuesday announced that they will be going on a "indefinite hiatus" to pursue individual careers, but promised they would "return someday".
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The seven-member band from South Korea doesn't shy away from speaking on social causes and is involved in multiple charitable causes. On Tuesday, they came together with the White House to raise the issue of crime against Asian-Americans
BTS met with President Joe Biden at the White House on the issue of anti-Asian hate crimes. A video of their interaction has created a storm on the internet.
"We hope today is one step forward to understanding and respecting each and everyone as a valuable person,” V added during the press brief.
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Hosted by Trevor Noah, the two-month-delayed 64th Grammy Awards drew 8.93 million total viewers across multiple platforms, according to Nielsen
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“We’re going to be dancing, we’re going to be singing, we’re going to be keeping people’s names out of our mouths,” Trevor Noah said, alluding to Will Smith’s expletive-filled demand that Chris Rock stop talking about his wife at Oscars last week.
Jungkook had departed for the US on 27 March in preparation for the Grammys, to be held on 3 April.
BTS was formed in 2010 but debuted in 2013 under Big Hit Entertainment, with members Jin, Suga, J Hope, RM, Jimin, V and Jungkook
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The singer-dancer, whose full name is Park Ji-min, will receive a few days of in-patient treatment for COVID-19 in conjunction with postoperative care, BigHit Music said.