Not long to go. Sources tell IdolWow! that Super Junior's Siwon will be enlisting for the South Korean army at the beginning of October.
Unlike many who are stationed far outside of South Korea's capital, the 29-year-old will be spending his 21 months serving his mandatory time based in Seoul.
And SM Entertainment have today announced that the "Devil" singer has just passed the 333rd conscripted police selection examinations.
Says the rep, "He applied to be a 333rd conscripted police specialist and we received notice that he passed. He will enlist within the year."
A source adds that it's likely that Siwon will be based at the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency, which is also where bandmate Donghae passed exams for in May this year.
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No date has been set for 28-year-old Dognhae's enlistment, but it's very likely that he will be the next one to make an announcement regarding his military service.