Fans may have been long dreading this moment, but word has come that Super Junior's Sungmin as well as Shindong's enlistment dates have been decided on. The big dates are both in March, and they'll be enlisting as active duty soldiers for 21 months, which means they'll have to bid goodbye to their fans for some time. ELF, grab your tissues!
According to multiple sources in an exclusive by Star In, Sungmin and Shindong's enlistment will take place at the end of March. After receiving basic soldier training, they will begin their service as an active duty soldier.
SM Entertainment also confirmed that although the two are enlisting in March, their enlistment locations and dates are different. According to the agency, "Shindong will be enlisting at the training center in Yeoncheon on March 24, and Sungmin will be enlisting on the 31st at the Incheon training center."
"Super Junior's 'SS6' in Macau on March 1 is expected to be the two's farewell stage before enlistment. Please give them your support so that they may complete their military service well," a rep added.
So fans, mark your calendars as you prepare your hearts to send off these two Suju members.