WINNER Talks About Military Enlistment: "We'd Love To Continue As A Group Like SUPER JUNIOR"

Karen Jane Ng

Posted at October 23, 2019

Winner members' mandatory military enlistment is just around the corner with Jinu expected to go first.
















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During their press conference for the Cross album release, oldest member Jinu revealed his plan to fulfill his military service next year but says fans need no to worry. "We'll continue to work individually. We plan to give fans more to look forward to, so there is no point saying we'll go on 'hiatus' or not," he said (via @KpopHerald).

It's likely that Seungyoon will be the last to enlist in 2023 and that means Inner Circles will have to wait a couple of years for a full comeback. With that being said, here's Hoony's wish: "Even after our time in the military, we'd love to continue to make great music and perform on stage as a group like Super Junior sunbaenim.

SuJu just returned with 9-member lineup for the first time since 2011 after maknae Kyuhyun got discharged in May.
















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