The boy band BTS (Beyond the Scene) from South Korea is currently hot. But in recent months, concern for one of the band members has been on the rise. Jin will be forced to fulfil his military service requirement next year.Strict conscription in South KoreaIn South Korea, men between the ages of 18 and 28 years old are forced to complete around two years of compulsory military service, but certain professional groups are exempt from this obligation. For a long time, fans have been hoping that musicians would be included in the group who are exempt and that Jin would therefore be saved from his fate. View this post on Instagram "Im the bad guy" , huh ? 😝🔥 A post shared by BTS official (@bts.bighitofical) on Aug 10, 2019 at 7:24am PDTBut according to the Korean Times, officials from the South Korean capital, Seoul, recently set up a task force to decide once and for all whether incredibly popular musicians in charts around with world should need to complete this 21-month military service like the rest of the corresponding population. Normally, stars like to get involved in politics, but in this case, politics has had to interfere with celebrity matters and fans really don’t seem happy with the unfortunate decision that they have come to. Band members aren’t spared View this post on Instagram How to say "pink" in your own language ?🤪💕 Bangtan in pink is lifeuu 🥺 A post shared by BTS official (@bts.bighitofical) on Jul 20, 2019 at 10:43am PDTThe rules for musicians shouldn’t be different from those applied to everyone else. Because of this, the young singer is expected to start his military service by June 2020 at the latest. View this post on Instagram Your favourite snack ? 🤪❤️ cr btsmysunshine92 A post shared by BTS official (@bts.bighitofical) on Jun 24, 2019 at 5:38am PDTAnd the other band members aren’t likely to be spared their fate either. Jungkook will have to serve until 2026 and will serve RM by 2023 at the latest. What will happen to the band is currently unclear, but we hope it goes better for them than it does for some people in the US Army who have to go through quite a tough training program.