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WINNER’s Mino reveals date for military enlistment

Mino will be the third WINNER member to start mandatory military service

Date set! This Thursday, the 2nd, YG Entertainment issued a statement announcing the official date for the military enlistment of Mino, member of the boygroup WINNER. Check the ad:

“Song Mino will start his alternative service as a public servant on March 24th. Reason about your physical condition is personal information, so please understand that it is difficult to comment [sobre esse assunto]. To prevent accidents caused by overcrowding, there are no plans for separate events at the venue. Please warmly encourage Song Mino to fulfill his military duties and return in good health.”

With your enlistment, Mino becomes the third WINNER member to perform mandatory military service in the South Korean army. Before him, Jinu It is hoony they were the first to enlist and, currently, they are already dismissed from the office. now just Yoonthe leader and maknae of the group, has yet to enlist.

It is worth remembering that, this week, two other idols also confirmed their military enlistment: j-hopefrom BTS, which still does not have a service start date revealed, and Yof the Golden Child, who will join the army as an active-duty soldier on March 20th.

WINNER was formed by YG Entertainment in 2014 through the survival program “WIN: Who Is Next”. Currently, the boygroup consists of four members: Yoon (Seungyoon), Jinu (jinwoo), hoony (Seunghoon) It is Mino. Their most recent comeback as a full group took place in July 2022 with the mini album “HOLIDAY”. Check out the video for the title track “I LOVE YOU”!

Source: Recreio

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