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BTS won't be exempt from South Korean military service, says government official

USATODAY.com Thursday, 21 November 2019
BTS won't receive any special treatment when it comes to fulfilling military duties, a mandatory service nearly every South Korean man must undergo.
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News video: Boyband BTS still have to do military service

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South Korean boy band BTS will not be given exemption from mandatory military service, the defence ministry has said, reaffirming its policy of no exceptions for pop stars. Emer McCarthy reports.

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