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    • BTS themselves said they never wanted to be exempted, and that they would proudly serve their country. I personally don’t listen to their music, but they’re good men for wanting to serve their country
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    • Imagine being in a war and getting gunned down by a group of 8 Ching chongs and they start dancing on your body
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    • I mean, mandatory service is bad, but at least stay consistent.
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    • Can I be the leader board guy yet?
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    • The bands actually never said they should be. I'm not a fan of Kpop, but even I know the members said that they wouldn't even wanna be exempted, one of the major groups - BTS - is extremely patriotic and never wanted to be exempt
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    • Hopefully they get domed at the DMZ but odds are they’ll just be desk jockeys for 5 years
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    • Imagine bts doing synchronized dances on the battlefield
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    • In SK there's a mandatory draft at 18, but before singers/performers who've made some name for themselves before then could be exempted for whatever reason. Now you know why NK has so many boy bands. They've found something that works and are riding it to death
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    • Imagine being in a war against South Korea and getting shot by a former k pop star
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    • Imagine being a terrorist and being done in by a boy band
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    • Imagine being shot by BTS
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    • That’s great and all... but i don’t think it should be mandatory. I’m in the military by choice. I would probably hate to not have a choice at all.
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    • Unpopular opinion: you must serve military time showing your resolve to fight for your country if you want to lead it, via prime minister or president.
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    • Imagine going to war with Korea and running into a squadron of 5’5 guys with colorful hair and soft smooth skin & all of them are firing in perfect choreographed dancing
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    • the dumbest part is people assuming they wanted to be exempt in the first place. they said multiple times that even if they were offered exemption they would still serve, and they're not the ones who began the whole discussion anyways, it was a government official who brought it up w/o them involved
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    • great so now i have to deal with white girls in class complaining that their favorite clone is in the military
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    • That's because k pop stars are just slaves with record deals
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    • Yet here in America we allowed the millionaires and current president to be draft dodgers. Pathetic.
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    • Can you imagine Justin Bieber in the military
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    • Also, for those of you saying that they’ll be weak/they’ll cry and that they’ll be useless. They work out! They’ve had to keep in shape for who no knows how long. They dance almost constantly, and they know how to flippin follow orders! They aren’t weak or useless, they are amazingly strong
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    • Man leave K-pop stars alone, their lives are shitty enough already.
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    • I am a fan if bts but I hate it when someone says they think they should be able to get out of joining the military. It is a mandatory country wide practice. Big Bang had to do it and they were/are quite a bit better than BTS (minus Seungri. We don't acknowledge him anymore)
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    • As a kpop fan, I don't understand why other K-pop fans want their idols to be exempt. All guys, all male idols, all of them, go to the military. Being extra famous & have achievements in that the entertainment world doesn't make them special in the government/military world.
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    • BTS could commit war crimes and their stans will still want to suck their dicks
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    • Military in other countries have a completely different role than in ours. We have enough volunteers that we don't need conscription, and that's not even mentioning that most nations aren't insane enough to go to war with one of the biggest military powers on Earth
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    • A member from exo is serving his time in the military right now
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    • They’ll probably come back with btsd
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    • This isn't news? Many kpop groups go into hiatus so their members can serve, many even try to have the group members serve at the same time or at certain times so they can serve their country but be able to come back to be stars afterwards
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    • the current president of the us literally avoided the draft 5 times.
      BotG 23d
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    • Ceru 24d
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    • they werent even trying to get exempted tho
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    • They were never opposed to it, it was their fans that didn’t want them to break up over their oldest member being drafted and are ‘proud to serve’. I hate kpop but at least read the fucking article first.....
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    • They look feminine but a lot of them are surprisingly fit and athletic
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    • Can you imagine if you get sent to war and have to k!ll a Kpop singer? You would be hung by the weebs as soon as you stepped on American soil
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    • They were holding a meeting about if they would be exempt for the same reason athletes would be in Korea. Not just because they're famous. Read up on an actual article to know a bit more. (Plus BTS has even said they don't wanna be exempt because they don't think that would be fair)
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    • K pop people arent that bad, personally not my style of music, but I can recognize that its the companies that run them anf their fucking fans that makr them awful
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    • Imagine making shit music and still being able to cross map snipe people who fun of y-
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    • The people in mandatory military service there are treated like garbage. I was deployed there, I worked with them. They’re conscripts that get paid barely anything and do all of the shit jobs, and they have barely any rights. Also, I don’t want to serve next to somebody who doesn’t want to be there.
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    • Who remembers when Elvis put his music career on hold to serve in the military?
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    • Not sure if dissing bts or proud of Korea but Bts are happy to serve. It's a matter of pride in Korea.
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    • They ain't no senators son
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    • Yall say kpop idols are pussies but im pretty sure G-Dragon came back a sergeant.
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    • That's.... What? K-pop has always been that. It's an agency, you get debuted, you dance until you need to serve and someone takes your place. Did people not know that?
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    • I feel bad for K-Pop idols, crazed obsessed fans shipping you with your friends, not allowed to have public relationships, over worked, it’s just sad
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    • Lmao they didn’t even want to get exempt though
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    • Yeah, they’ve never asked for special treatment. Most of the time the groups are like “hey fans, we’re all gonna go do our service now, so we’ll be on hiatus. See you in a few years” and then come back and keep making music.
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    • Imagine going to war and one of the soldiers in your platoon was Drake
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    • I’m happy to live in a country where we have so many upstanding citizens that volunteer for service so that mandatory service isn’t required to fill the need. Thank you for your service.
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    • Another reason for as these fan girls to be in love with them, a man in uniform who can sing and dance.
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    • Hope they die
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    • Haha so when I was stationed in Korea 5 years ago we had a bunch of guys stationed with us called KATUSAs (Korean Augmentees to The United States Army) we used to mess with them and they'd mess with us, honestly just a part of the unit towards the end. But I can't imagine seeing a glittered/makeuped
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    • Bringing a whole new meaning to going on tour
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    • (In war) *k-pop slowly getting louder
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    • Mandatory military service is an infringement on peoples right to live.
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    • they've been doing that since forever, every South Korean has to undergo military training
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    • Military service doesn't necessarily mean frontline infantry, they could be cooks for all you know.
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    • America should have a mandatory service of 2 years for all citizens. Hell you should not be allowed to call your self a citizen untill tou served. Even if your a piece of shit we still need people to file paper work.
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    • Imagine the USA reinstating the draft and your battle buddy is one of those toy youtubers
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    • South Korea's enemies are gonna be butt pirates after they fight em
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    • BTS never said they wanted to be expempted, they actually did say they would love to serve their country and they will, after their contract. Y'all need to be not as toxic and don't target kpop as there is already enough drama, dealing with sasaengs and fake fans.
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    • They good peeps, music shit tho, fuck their fan base
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    • All kpop fans know that, and why is BTS always the fucking face of kpop in USA 🙄
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    • thank god i didnt have to as a kid. oh wait i enlisted as a truck driver at 33 :(
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    • Ya know, I don’t listen to their music or really like their fans. But this I do respect.
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    • Just cause I don't like their music doesn't mean I'm not about to respect the fuck out of them for being open to serve their country. Maybe they could get out of it if they tried, so this is a real integrity move. Horrible music tho
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    • Bts literally said they wanted to serve for their country.
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    • Didnt one k-Pop band member just get back from service or something?
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    • Imagine being Kim Jong Un and you get captured by a K-pop band
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    • Me when bongchinkchongping dies in North Korea 😭😭😭
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    • That's the most american thing I ever heard
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    • Imagine they come back fucked up and only make metal
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    • That’s good they wanna serve their country but I wish they didn’t have to...
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    • If you guys read more about it, you’d see that the BTS stars actually fully agree and say they want to serve their time in the military.
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    • Just like with Elvis. Nice.
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    • time to join the war and start another korean war so i can but a bullet in those fucking autists
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    • I also wanna point out that it’s only the fans that want them to not go. Despite the petitions, BTS wanted to go because it’s part of their culture.
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    • In the state of mexico my dads from you need military training if you dont go to college
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    • If Elvis can get drafted, then so can everyone else.
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    • This isn’t news. They’ve always done this. Big Bang has two of their members doing military service now. They should be getting released soon though. It’s a mandatory 18 months for every male. And females can if they want to.
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    • BTS napalm non-combatants BTS napalm non-combatants
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    • Well good. Just because you’re popular doesn’t mean you should be exempt from such a thing. I’m ignoring the fact that most people hate kpop and looking at it generally
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    • Lol Elvis was drafted
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    • They will often give them extra time before they have to go serve though for career reasons, one of my favorite Korean celebrities just started his 2 year enlistment
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    • Good. Your social status means jack fucking shit when it comes to mandatory service. Especially if your enemy literally borders your country.
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    • Imagine some chink jeffery star gunning you down
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    • Imagine they came back from serving and made hardcore metal music
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    • Mandatory service is fucking stupid
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    • Manditory enlistmant is fucked up
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    • Just imagine fighting South Korea and fucking sniping Jungkook
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    • To be far, that one group makes South Korea billions of dollars a year, I think that’s why it was being considered
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    • Most of them wouldn't stay out anyways. It's a matter of honor to them. The reason that was ever brought up was because of the crazy ass fans that think the world revolves around BTS.
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    • This just means their boy bands will whoop every other boy bands ass
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    • It is mandatory to serve 4 years in the military over there. Theres a group called BIG BANG and they're almost done with their 4 years. Imagine how hard Americans would be if we made it mandatory to serve in the military
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    • Actually, send them first
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    • I thought they never had an option?
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