Fans of popular South Korean boy group Super Junior can now heave a sigh of relief after SM Entertainment confirms the date of enlistment of three of its members; Eunhyuk, Donghae and Siwon.
The three are bound for their two-year mandatory military service. According to SME, Eunhyuk will enlist as an active soldier on October 13 while Donghae will begin training as a conscripted policeman on October 15.
Siwon, together with TVXQ’s Max Changmin will enlist on November 19.
However, before the enlistment dates of their three members, Super Junior will be releasing another album, coinciding with their 10th anniversary. This will be part 2 of their previously released Devil full length album.
There will be no promotions for the release of the said album but the group has prepared Super Camp, their 10th anniversary special event. Super Camp is set to happen on September 19 at Korea’s University Tiger Stadium at 6pm.
Meanwhile, Eunhyuk and Donghae, comprising Super Junior’s sub-unit D& E will be leaving their fans with a new Japanese single, “Let’s Get It On.” Officially debuting their sub-unit in 2011 as they perform their monster hit “Oppa, Oppa”, the two have gone to two major tours. Eunhyuk and Donghae wish that when they come back from the military, they can do a full arena tour as Super Junior D&E.
In line with this, during Japan’s A-Nation, Eunhyuk, Donghae and Siwon already bid farewell to their Japanese fans. The three boys promised that they will be back for another concert after two years.