Pentagon’s Jinho to complete mandatory military service on Nov. 14

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Jinho will soon be resuming his activities as a member of Pentagon as his mandatory military service will come to an end on Nov. 14, the boy band’s agency Cube Entertainment announced Wednesday.  
 
“Jinho will be discharged from his mandatory military service on Nov. 14 without returning to the unit after his final vacation in accordance with the Ministry of National Defense’s guidelines to prevent the spread of the Covid-19,” the agency said in a statement. “We extend our gratitude to the fans who have been patiently waiting for a long time for Jinho’s return.”  
 
Jinho will be the first and only member to complete his mandatory service duties among the nine-member boy band. Hui is also currently doing his mandatory military service as a public sector worker, meaning Pentagon will have to wait until he finishes to resume its activities as a whole group. Hui enlisted last December.  

 

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