ELFs and Cassiopeias, rejoice!

JYJ’s Kim Jaejoong and Super Junior’s Lee Sungmin have been released from their mandatory military service after serving their country for 21 months. The 2 stars were enlisted on 31st March 2015.

Source: All Kpop
Source: All Kpop

On Friday (30th December), Jaejoong was discharged from the 55th Infantry Division, where he dutifully served as an army soldier, while Sungmin, like Shindong, served in the military band.


Though Jaejoong has yet to reveal his plans as a singer, he is set to meet 200 pre-selected fans at a mini-fan meeting on Saturday (31st December).

On the other hand, Sungmin, who is the 6th Super Junior member to complete his mandatory military service, is scheduled to attend personal matters first before rejoining his bandmates. The singer married musical actress Kim Sa Eun in December 2014.

Source: sup3rjunior.com
Source: sup3rjunior.com

Super Junior’s Eunhyuk, Siwon, and Donghae, who enlisted in the same year, is expected to end their service around July or August 2017.

Meanwhile, Kyuhyun and JYJ’s Kim Junsu will be enlisting in the army in the first half of 2017 in order to fulfil his mandatory service.

Sources: Koreaboo, All Kpop.

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