– Recently, BTS’ military service has become a hot topic in Korean media.
BTS’s mandatory military departure attracted the attention of the Japanese media, which was shocked by the members’ military service life.
The Japanese media even nicknamed Jin and J-Hope BTS as elite soldiers while carrying out their mandatory military service.
On Monday (18/12) Korean media Munhwa Ilbo highlighted an upload by Japan’s largest media portal, Nippon New Network (ANN).
On December 17, 2023, Japanese media reported in depth about military service in Korea.
Until finally, Japanese media highlighted the military service life of 2 BTS members, namely Jin and J-Hope.
Japanese media says that Korean men must serve in the military between the ages of 20-28.
Dan spent 18 months of military service in the Army, 20 months in the Navy, and 21 months in the Air Force.
After discussing several rules regarding military service in Korea, Japanese media immediately discussed Jin and J-Hope BTS.
Japanese media said that Jin, the first member to carry out his mandatory military service, has now reached the rank of sergeant.
Meanwhile, J-Hope, as the second member to carry out his mandatory military service, has reached the rank of corporal.
BTS’s Jin and J-Hope amazed the Japanese media, because they got promotions early because of their extraordinary physical abilities.
Because of Jin and J-Hope BTS’s prowess in achieving the rank of sergeant and corporal, the Japanese media called them elite soldiers, aka talented soldiers.
Not only that, Japanese media also highlighted the lifestyle of Jin and J-Hope BTS as Assistant Instructors who have different times.
Jin and J-Hope BTS have to wake up earlier, around 30 minutes – 1 hour, compared to other soldiers, even Jin and J-Hope BTS also sleep later than other soldiers.
Japanese media also highlighted how all BTS members had canceled their military discharge which had become a matter of debate.
In fact, this issue continues to be a hot topic, after on December 12 2023 all BTS members officially entered the military service.
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