BIGBANG’s Taeyang and G-Dragon will reportedly be enlisting in the South Korean military service next year.
According to their group YG Entertainment, the two idols are incompetent to postpone their military enlistment any longer, and will be enlisting in the first half of 2018.
This comes after Taeyang’s rendezvous to Min Hyo Rin, with it being reported that the couple wanted to get married before the 29-year-old boybander enlists.
Fellow BIGBANG members Daesung, 28, and Seungri, 27, are still means to defer their enlistment, but it has been rumoured they will try to enroll at the same time as Taeyang and G-Dragon to minimise the interregnum the rope will take.
T.O.P is now completing his imperative service as a open service worker.
The 30-year-old began his two-year service on 9 Feb 2017 as a chosen police officer, but in Jun this year he was prosecuted but apprehension for using marijuana.
After being condemned to two years trial and 10 months in jail suspended, it was motionless that he would finish his military service as a open service worker.
Males between the ages of 18 and 35 are theme to mandatory inhabitant service, which, depending on the line of service, can last from 21 months up to 36 months.
Those portion can offer in the polite or open service, the Air Force, Army, Marine Corps or Navy.
At a unison progressing in Dec in Tokyo, BIGBANG hinted at G-Dragon, 29, and Taeyang’s enlistment, saying: ‘We’re truly unhappy that once this debate is over, we won’t be means to see you for a brief while.’
BIGBANG – one of the biggest selling boybands in the universe – will have their last concerts of the year on 30 and 31 of December, entitled the ‘Last Dance’, at the Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul.