As the next to enlist, BTS’s Suga suгргιses fans with his upcoming mission in the army

According to Ilgan Sports, Suga has sought to have his military service extended until the end of 2023. According to Korean legislation, the male idol must enlist before December 31 of the next year.

Suga, like Jin, has been granted permission by the Military Manpower Association to postpone his recruitment until the age of 30. (international age). When Suga enlists in the army, he will most likely be assigned as a community service worker or work in a government office during his military service, rather than serving in the army. such as Jin

The cause for this is BTS Suga’s past trauma

Suga quietly underwent surgery on his left shoulder in November 2020 owing to an injury.

The male rapper then said that, while he did not want surgery, the fаct that he couldn’t hold a 500ml water bottle ϲompelled him to do so.

Suga had an injury on his left shoulder and had to have surgery

He admitted that the shoulder injury had a significant impact on his life and profession. Working with BTS gets much more challenging when the dancing movements involve a great deal of physical strength.

As a result, Suga’s health will be unable to meet the criteria of military service.

However, Korean military authorities have emphasized that even if a person is assigned to the public service area during his or her military service, he or she is still permitted to serve in the army if so desired.

Jin has been in the military since December 13 of this year.

Suga will be the next member to enlist by the end of 2023, according to BTS’s enlistment schedule. The mission will then be completed by the two “parts” of RM and J-Hope. End of military service in 2025 Meanwhile, Jimin and V’s close pals will depart at the end of 2026, followed by Maknae Jungkook at the end of 2028.

BIGHIT MUSIC Responds Briefly To Reports Of BTS’s Suga Enlisting As A Public Service Employee

BIGHIT MUSIC has issued a statement in response to news of Suga’s enlisting.

On December 13, it was геvеаleɗ that BTS member Suga would be sent to work as a public servant. Specific enlistment intentions, including as enlistment dates, have not been published. In reaction to the reports, a BIGHIT MUSIC spokesman stated, “BTS members plan to serve in the military sequentially according to their own plans. It is difficult to confirm the artist’s personal information.”

Following the publication of information, it was claimed that Suga was assigned to be a public servant due to having undergone surgery in 2020. At the time, the agency issued an official statement explaining why the choice to have surgery was made. It was said in the statement that, “Suga also felt that it was important for him to restore himself to good health to prepare for his mandatory military service as well as his post-service musical career. After extensive discussion with the company, the decision was made to undergo the surgical procedure.”