BIGBANG's T.O.P and JYJ's Junsu first pictures in from military training camp have been released.
In the photo, the idols who started their military service last week, can be seen wearing their military uniforms as they pose for a group photo with their fellow soldiers. The two artists officially enlisted on Feb. 9, and were spotted together at the opening ceremony of the "Nonsan Army Bootcamp," as pointed out by All Kpop.
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T.O.P and Junsu also shared a brief chat with each other before joining the rest of the male Korean citizens who started their service on the same day. The pictures were shared on the bootcamp's official website on Feb. 15, Wednesday for friends and family members of the enlisted soldiers.
Both K-Pop idols will serve as conscripted policemen during their mandatory military service and both have been assigned to the 25th Regiment. While T.O.P belongs to the 1st Company, Junsu was assigned to the 2nd Company.
Hwang San Duk, colonel of the 25th Regiment, announced that the troops will go through training exercises for rifle shooting, gas chamber training as well as combat training over the duration of four weeks. After completing the training, T.O.P is expected to continue his service as a band agent specialist at the Seoul Metropolitan Police Department, while Junsu will serve as a police officer at the Gyeonggi Nambu Provincial Police Agency, according to The Kpop Herald.
Both artists will be discharged from military service in November 2018. T.O.P is the first among five BIGBANG members to enter the military. G-Dragon and Taeyang will enlist in 2017 and will then be followed by Daesung and Seungri in 2018 and 2019, respectively.
T.O.P and Junsu arrived at the Nonsan Army Training Center last week after being greeted by thousands of fans at the location. Check out the video footage beow: