BTS may benefit from new legislation proposed in South Korea that would let entertainers who have made a difference to popular culture, delay their mandatory military service.BTS may benefit from new legislation proposed in South Korea that would let entertainers who have made a difference to popular culture, delay their mandatory military service.
BTS may benefit from new legislation proposed in South Korea that would let entertainers who have made a difference to popular culture, delay their mandatory military service.

BTS could delay military service under proposed law recognising ‘great contributions’ to South Korean popular culture

  • Legislation proposed in South Korea would see entertainers who have made a difference to popular culture allowed to delay their mandatory military service
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BTS may benefit from new legislation proposed in South Korea that would let entertainers who have made a difference to popular culture, delay their mandatory military service.BTS may benefit from new legislation proposed in South Korea that would let entertainers who have made a difference to popular culture, delay their mandatory military service.
BTS may benefit from new legislation proposed in South Korea that would let entertainers who have made a difference to popular culture, delay their mandatory military service.
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