Super Junior’s Sungmin & Shindong to enlist in March

The two will be serving their respective mandatory military service 

Super Junior’s Sungmin & Shindong to enlist in March

Photos: S.M. Entertainment

It’s confirmed – ELF will miss out on seeing both Sungmin and Shindong at Super Show 6 in Singapore.

Their label, S.M Entertainment, confirmed that they will be enlisting for their mandatory military service in March. Sungmin is slated to enter the 17th Division located in Bucheon, Gyeonggi-do on March 31 and will be serving for 21 months.

Shindong postponed his enlistment last November as he was suffering from pain arising from a herniated disc but has since recovered. He will also be serving active duty.

Super Junior members Donghae and Eunhyuk will also soon be receiving their enlistment notices as they near the upper age limit for enlistment. Meanwhile, Yesung, the only member who is currently serving the nation, is slated to be discharged from duty in May this year.

It has yet to be confirmed if Sungmin will attend his last Super Show 6 stop before enlistment, which is slated to take place on March 1 in Macau.

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