Big Hit Music Requests Fans To Refrain From Sending Letters And Gifts To BTS Jin During His Mandatory Military Service Period + Asks To Avoid Visiting Military Camp

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Big Hit Music has requested the fans to refrain from mailing gifts and letters to BTS Jin and visiting the military camp while the singer fulfills his military service.

On January 5, BTS Jin’s agency Big Hit Music made an announcement on Weverse about “Information for fans during the mandatory military service period for BTS Jin” where they requested fans to refrain from mailing letters and gifts to military training camp since it’s a space used by ordinary soldiers for military training and If letters and gifts from fans are intensively delivered at once, there are high chances of them being lost and additionally asked fans to refrain from visiting the site at the completion ceremony of recruitment training to prevent accidents. And informed about using the hashtag #Dear_Jin_from_ARMY’ on Weverse to communicate with the artist.

The following is the full official statement of the BTS agency:

[Announcement] Information for fans during the mandatory military service period for BTS Jin.

“Hello. It’s Big Hit Music.
Thank you to the fans who always love BTS. Thanks to the warm consideration and support of the fans in December when BTS Jin enlisted and is currently faithfully receiving boot camp training.

Thank you for your interest and support on the day of enlistment, and we will inform you of matters that require additional cooperation during the artist’s mandatory military service.

The boot camp is a space used by ordinary soldiers for military training. If your letters and gifts are delivered intensively at once, it will be difficult to keep them, and there is a risk of them being lost so we ask you to refrain from mail delivery of things such as letters and gifts.

Also, if you want to send a warm message to the artist, please use the hashtag #Dear_Jin_from_ARMY on Weverse to leave a message, and we will help the artist to check it out himself. We ask you to refrain from mail delivery of letters and gifts even after the end of recruitment and the deployment of volunteers.

Lastly, we would like to ask you about the completion ceremony of recruitment education and training. In order to prevent safety accidents caused by on-site crowding, fans should refrain from visiting the site, and please see off and encourage Jin only with your heart.

Please continue to support and love Jin until he fulfills his military duty and returns back healthy. We will also spare no efforts to continuously support him.
Thank you.”

Meanwhile, Jin was Born in 1992, is the eldest member of BTS, and joined the boot camp of the 5th Infantry Division in Yeoncheon, Gyeonggi Province, on December 13 last year. After five weeks of basic military training, he will be assigned to his own battalion.

Following Jin, the remaining BTS members plan to enlist sequentially after completing their scheduled individual activities.

The agency said, “We and the members hope to resume the entire BTS activity in 2025, but it is difficult to specify the exact time at this point. Some members’ individual activities are scheduled until the first half of 2023, and we will allow BTS to be with fans with various contents prepared in advance.”

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