32 boygroup maknaes and the time they will have to enlist

Pursuant to the amended military service law, the enlistment schedule of male idols has changed significantly.

Normally, boygroups are usually considered to have fulfilled their duties only when the youngest member of that group is officially demobilized. Because of the age difference between the members, the mandatory enrollment schedule for each member is not always the same.

There are many cases when the maknae “intends” to enlist at the same period with his older members to reduce the time of group disruption, but most of the time, enlistment obligations are spread throughout many years.

Assuming that the maknaes will enlist when they receive the order, the following is the schedule of their obligation over the next 10 years.

In 2018 (Maknaes born in 1989, 1990)

BIGBANG’s Seungri
2PM’s Chansung

In 2019 (Maknaes born in 1991)

CNBLUE’s Jungshin
HIGHLIGHT’s Dongwoon

In 2020 (Maknaes born in 1992)

F.T ISLAND’s Minhwan

In 2021 (Maknaes born in 1993)

SHINee’s Taemin
B1A4’s Gongchan
INFINITE’s Sungjong
Block B’s P.O.

In 2022 (Maknaes born in 1994)

EXO’s Sehun
WINNER’s Seungyoon

In 2023 (Maknaes born in 1995)

BTOB’s Sungjae
DAY6’s Dowoon
NU’EST’s Ren
TEEN TOP’s Changjo
VIXX’s Hyuk

In 2024 (Maknaes born in 1996)

B.A.P’s Zelo
KNK’s Heejun

In 2025 (Maknaes born in 1997)

BTS’s Jungkook
GOT7’s Yugyeom
A.C.E’s Chan
U-KISS’s Jun

In 2026 (Maknaes born in 1998)

iKON’s Chanwoo
PENTAGON’s Wooseok

In 2027 (Maknaes born in 1999)

ONF’s Laun

In 2028 (Maknae born in 2000)

ASTRO’s Sanha
The Boyz’s Eric

In 2029 (Maknaes born in 2001)

WANNA ONE’s Daehwi
Stray Kids’ I.N.

In 2030 (Maknaes born in 2002)

NCT’s Jisung

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