Super Junior’s Shin-dong and Sung-min to enlist in military service next month

February 24, 2015
Super Junior's Shin-dong, left, and Sung-min (Yonhap)

Super Junior’s Shin-dong, left, and Sung-min (Yonhap)

Shin-dong, 29, and Sung-min, 29, of Hallyu kings Super Junior will enlist in South Korea’s mandatory military service next month, Yonhap reported.

Shin-dong will join training at the 28th division in Yeoncheon on March 24 and Sung-min the 17th division in Bucheon on March 31, according to SM Entertainment Tuesday.

South Korean men are required to complete two years of military service. The boy band has already seen three of its members — Kang-in, Hee-chul and Lee-teuk — complete service. Ye-sung is currently serving and is expected to discharge May this year.

Shin-dong planned to enlist last year in November but postponed service due to hip pain.

Sung-min married musical actress Kim Sa-eun in December last year.