It seems like the eldest BTS member, Jin, is all set for his solo endeavors and his latest series of activities reportedly hint towards the same. On September 11, Mr. Worldwide Handsome set off for Los Angeles, US, as he was spotted arriving at the Incheon International Airport. There is no denying that he looked handsome as ever ahead of jetting off for his destination. Onlookers spotted him dressed in a brown jacket, a light shirt, and a pair of comfortable dress pants.
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A personal schedule
As suspected by the fans, Jin is heading to Los Angeles for a personal schedule that may also include shooting for a music video that will be reportedly marking his upcoming solo debut! The fan theories are mostly based on findings where it was supposedly noted that BigHit Entertainment founder and HYBE chairman Bang Si Hyuk is currently also in the same location. He also snapped a photo with Lumpens’ music video director. Talking about Lumpens, it is famous for working on high-quality BTS videos earlier.
Earlier solo releases
BTS member Ji’s earlier solo releases include Abyss, Tonight, and Super Tuna. The said releases were not a part of any BTS album and grabbed the music lovers’ attention for deep lyricism and powerful vocal prowess. Talking about BTS’ official solo debuts, they began with J-Hope in August, and that has left the fans speculating about the upcoming surprises.
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As everyone knows, Jin is the eldest member of the Septet and may have to soon enlist for mandatory military services by the end of this year. The same means that the BTS member will have to take a break from his musical career for at least 18 months. With uncertainties over the same, what we are waiting for right now is his solo debut and the concert in Busan in October.
Apart from Jin, the other members of the popular K-pop band BTS may have to enlist in mandatory military services at the end of the year. Well, the sad part here is that the public may not have any say in the matter. Earlier, it was reported that a public opinion is supposed to be set up by the Republic of Korea’s Ministry of National Defense to decide whether or not should the Bangtan Boys enlist for their military service, get an option for social service, or get exempted from the same.
However, the military-backed out later and decided not to go ahead with the public poll. They are said to have claimed that any report indicating that any public survey could directly influence the ministry’s decision about the Septet’s mandatory military service was actually incorrect. The ministry also reportedly emphasized the fact that it is a matter of importance and that it would not be decided solely based on public opinions.