BTS’ J-Hope set to begin mandatory military service

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BTS’ J-Hope set to begin mandatory military service

J-Hope, a member of the K-Pop group BTS, is set to begin his mandatory military service soon. This news comes as a shock to many fans who have been following the group since their debut in 2013.  

J-Hope's enlistment date has not yet been announced, but it is expected to be sometime this year. All able-bodied South Korean men are required to serve in the military for at least 21 months. J-Hope will be the third member of BTS to start his service after RM and Suga.  

The news of J-Hope's enlistment has sparked an outpouring of love and support from fans around the world. Fans have taken to social media to express their sadness and wish him well on his journey. They have also started fundraising campaigns to help support J-Hope and other members of BTS during their time away from the spotlight.  

The seven members of BTS have become global superstars in recent years, with their music topping charts in countries all over the world. They have won countless awards, including multiple Grammy nominations, and they were even invited to speak at the United Nations General Assembly in 2018.

Despite their success, J-Hope and the other members of BTS will still need to fulfill their duty as South Korean citizens by serving in the military. It will be difficult for them to be away from their fans and their music for such a long period of time, but it is a necessary part of life for all South Korean men.  

Fans everywhere are sending their love and support to J-Hope as he prepares for his upcoming enlistment. Although he will be away from the limelight for a while, his spirit and passion for music will live on through his songs and performances.