BTS’ Jin discharged from military

    Jin of BTS was discharged from the military on the morning of the 12th after completing about one year and six months of service. Despite the absence of fans at the site, Jin’s discharge was met with warm congratulations from his fellow BTS members. Let’s delve into the heartwarming welcome and emotional moments that transpired on this special day.


    Jin’s discharge and welcome

    Jin was discharged on the morning of the 12th after serving at the 5th Division Recruit Training Center in Yeoncheon, Gyeonggi-do. Fans were not present at the site in large numbers, as Big Hit Music had requested for their safety. However, Jin’s discharge was still celebrated with various placards, banners, and balloons.

    Members’ reaction

    Despite the absence of fans, the BTS members all took leave to visit the site and welcome Jin back. RM even played ‘Dynamite’ on the saxophone to congratulate Jin on his discharge. Jin was emotional, shedding tears bidding farewell to his comrades, but smiled again upon seeing his fellow members.


    Jin’s journey in the military

    Jin was the first member to enlist in December 2022 and served as an assistant instructor in the Army’s 5th Infantry Division Recruit Training Battalion. Jin expressed his happiness and joy during a Weverse Live session about his impending discharge.

    Suga’s absence and return

    Suga, who is serving as a social worker, was unable to attend the discharge event but is expected to join the members later. Despite his absence, the rest of the BTS members made sure to welcome Jin back with open arms and warm wishes.

    Emotional announcement

    How did Jin express his feelings about his discharge from the military? Jin shared his emotions on the global fan community Weverse Live, saying, “I am so happy and I cry. I tried not to cry, but I cried twice.” This candid expression of his emotions resonated with fans who appreciate Jin’s honesty.

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