• BTS is currently doing military service in Korea
  • Their member Jin is done with his
  • THIS is how he was greeted

BTS's Jin, the beloved eldest member of the global K-pop phenomenon, has officially completed his 18-month mandatory military service, marking a momentous occasion with a joyous reunion with his bandmates and a special celebration planned with fans.

Diving into the details of his discharge day and the upcoming festivities, this article explores the significance of this milestone for Jin and the BTS Army.

A Reunion to Remember

In a scene filled with emotion and excitement, Jin, the trailblazing singer of BTS, has finally returned to civilian life after an 18-month stint in the South Korean military, setting the internet ablaze with heartwarming videos and anticipation for what's next.

Dressed in his crisp army fatigues and sporting a black beret, Jin's joy was palpable as he was welcomed back with open arms by his fellow BTS members, who took special leave to celebrate this significant moment.

The military base in Yeoncheon, Gyeonggi province, turned into a scene straight out of a movie as Jin, who served as an assistant drill instructor, was greeted with a bouquet of flowers and an impromptu saxophone serenade of "Dynamite" by none other than BTS's RM.

"I cried during the ceremony," Jin shared in a Weverse livestream, his voice filled with emotion. "But it was so fun for the last year and six months. It’s such a relief I met so many amazing people."

As Jin steps back into the limelight, he's not just taking a moment to breathe; he's diving headfirst into a grand celebration. Slated for an event in Seoul, Jin is expected to greet fans and perform a solo show, fulfilling song requests in what promises to be an unforgettable experience.

Adding to the excitement, a "hugathon" at the Seoul Sports Complex saw 1,000 lucky fans win a chance to embrace the singer, a testament to the deep connection between BTS and their devoted fans.

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With Jin's discharge, the countdown begins for the return of the remaining BTS members, currently serving their own military terms.

As the first to complete his service, Jin's return marks the start of a new era for BTS, with the group expected to reconvene in June 2025 after all members have completed their service.