BTS J-Hope turned an assistant instructor in South Korean ar

BTS J-Hope turned an assistant instructor in South Korean ar

According to a report, a military official stated that the rapper was chosen for the role in the 36th Infantry Division recruit training centre. The publication, quoting a source reported, “J-Hope will serve as an assistant instructor after passing a period of educational qualification evaluation.”

Reacting to this, BigHit Music said, “Please understand that it is difficult to confirm.” After finishing his military training, J-Hope made his first post last week.

He published pictures of himself wearing military gear on Weverse. He wrote, “Everyone in the ARMY!!! I have completed it (training) well. The letters and support that you have all sent have been a great help, that’s why I was able to work hard while receiving training!!!

He further added, “I will continue to work hard and show you the good sides of me during the rest of my time when I’ll be wearing the uniform! I love you!! (purple heart emoji)…cellphone is fascinating …. hahaha.” Reacting to the post, RM commented, “You worked hard, J-Hope!!!

On April 18, J-Hope became the second BTS member to enlist in the military. The first one was Jin, while other members RM, Suga, Jimin, V and Jungkook are planning to take forward their mlitary service based on their individual plans.

Recently, BTS announced its plan for 2023 FESTA and ARMY is already rejoicing the ahead of the grand celebration. As BTS, comprising members RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook, are all set to complete 10 years since their debut, on Tuesday night, the group took to their social media handle and released their plan for FESTA 2023.

The festivities will begin on May 31. On June 2, June 3, June 7, June 8, June 9, June 10, June 11, June 12 and June 13, fans may anticipate the release of fresh content. But the festivities don’t stop there. For June 14, June 16, and June 17, BTS has more plans.