140303 Super Junior Shindong Delays Military Enlistment from March 31 to June

March 3, 2014 at 2:48 pm | Posted in News/Rumors, Shindong, Wonderboys | 10 Comments

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Super Junior Shindong might be the 5th member to enlist in the army after Kangin, Heechul, Leeteuk, and Yesung.

According to Sports Seoul on March 3, Shindong received the enlistment notice from MMA or Military Manpower Service Administration last month and scheduled to enlist on March 31.

However, Shindong applied for a postponement and decided to enlist in June instead. There’s still no response from MMA yet if they willgrant his request or not. Just in case Shindong’s request won’t be accepted,  he is going to enlist as scheduled.

Shindong will serve in the army as an active duty soldier.

Source: dkpopnews.net
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  1. Dongieeeee 😦

  2. wasnt sungmin supposed to go first? but shindong even the letter already received? will they both enlist this year?

    • Nope, Shindong is the first one, Both of them have to enlist this year and next year EunSiHae.have to enlist in the same year.

      • I believe Hyuk and Hae still has a bit of time to spare. As for Siwon, since his birthday on record is not until 1987, he has even more time.

        I doubt the members and SM will let Hyuk and Hae be inactive in the same time (at any point in time), given they are the lead dancers of the group.

        • We can hope, but the ROK has the last word.

        • Even tho Siwon’s birth record is in ’87, it’s in Feb. 1987 so either way he’s still considered an 86’er in Korea, so he has to enlist at the same time as EunHae.

  3. I’m going to miss him so much… I hope he’ll stay safe and healthy and I bet he’ll do well in the army.

  4. 😦 I will miss Dongoririr 😦 His gags and dancing will be missed for two yeras T_T Same with Sungminie 😦 Well i guess we can think of it as Super Junior as a whole will be together again on one stage soon…but still sad 😦

  5. Actually, active soldiers only serve for 18 months (a year and a half) while non-active members go for a full 2 years. Korea just passed this 2 or 3 years ago with the new President I believe, which is why Kangin went in for the full 2 years instead of the year and a half like Leeteuk. 😀 So while active duty is scarier, you don’t have to be gone so long. Shindong will be back at the end of 2015, a few months after Yesung is due back.

  6. I’m so glad I got to see him live before his enlistment… We’re all going to miss him soooo much ;;

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