BTS members will serve in S. Korea military

The K-pop ensemble BTS's members will soon begin their required military service.

According to South Korean legislation, the members of the K-pop group BTS will perform their required military service.

According to Big Hit Music, the eldest member of the group, Jin, will withdraw his plea to put off his conscription at the end of the month.

Over the weekend, the band members gave a concert in Busan in support of the city's quest for the EXPO.

Each band member, according to Hybe Corp., the band's parent corporation, in an email to The Associated Press.

will concentrate on their own activities that are scheduled around their military service commitments for the time being.

Financial worries over the BTS hiatus were addressed by Hybe CEO Park Jiwon, who claimed that the company's talent roster is sufficiently diverse.

According to South Korean law, the majority of physically fit men must serve in the military for 18 to 21 months.

Recent polls of public opinion revealed that opinions on whether BTS members should join the military were divided.