Super Junior's Siwon and TVXQ's Changmin Get Discharged From Military


Super Junior's Siwon and TVXQ's Changmin Get Discharged From Military


The two, who began their mandatory military service together back in November 2015, are expected to start promoting with their own respective groups following their discharge.
Fans must be happy since Super Junior's Choi Siwon and TVXQ's Max Changmin can now reunite with their respective groupmates. The two stars have been discharged from the military after enlisting together back in November 2015.

Siwon and Changmin were spotted greeting fans as they were leaving their unit on Friday morning, August 18. Hundreds of fans had been waiting for them to come out and were very excited to finally see their idols in flesh. They were all smiles as they gave everyone their last salute as members of police unit. Both Siwon and Changmin then waved at their fans before being escorted to their car by security.




SM Entertainment previously stated that the singers wouldn't do any interview, so it wasn't surprising when Changmin was seen refusing to accept mics that a reporter offered him. It was also reported that they wouldn't hold any special discharge ceremony for fans, causing them to immediately leave right after greeting everyone.



Prior to this, Lee Donghae and Eunhyuk finished their mandatory military service. Donghae took to Instagram to thank fans for their constant support. "I couldn't sleep after I heard that some of our ELFs had been waiting for a couple days in front of the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency in the midst of an intense heat wave," he wrote alongside a black-and-white photo of him and his fans. "I was worried that it might take a toll on your health and was also worried that you might not be eating well."

With Siwon and Changmin returning to their groups, both Super Junior and TVXQ are expected to begin promotions soon. The "Sorry, Sorry" hitmakers are planning to release a new album in fall with seven members. TVXQ, meanwhile, will visit Seoul, Tokyo and Hong Kong for their "TVXQ! ASIA PRESS TOUR" starting next week.


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