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Big Bang now complete after Taeyang, Daesung’s military discharge

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The four remaining members of K-pop boy band Big Bang have completed their military service following the discharge of Taeyang and Daesung.

Taeyang and Daesung were welcomed by fans on Nov. 10 at the Ground Operations Command in Yongin City, Gyeonggi Province.

The two were discharged from the army after completing 20 months of military service that started in March 2018.

Taeyang and Daesung pose with fans after their discharge from the Korean military on Nov. 10 (Instagram)

Taeyang and Daesung pose with fans after their discharge from the Korean military on Nov. 10 (Instagram)

“It was a time that was neither short nor long.I’d like to thank the officers and fellows who supported me over the past 20 months,” Taeyang told fans and media, according to Osen and V Today.

Daesung said, “I have experienced the affection that couldn’t have in my life in the society. I want to say that I love all the officers and fellows who are working hard in the army.”
Among Big Bang, it was T.O.P who finished his military service first last July 6 after enlisting in February 2017. He was followed by G-Dragon, who was discharged last Oct. 25. Seungri announced his retirement from showbiz last March 11 due to the Burning Sun club scandal.

Regarding Big Bang’s plans, Taeyang said, “Maybe we need to use our minds more. We want to put more thoughts on it and combine each other’s ideas so that we can repay everyone with a better image.The group will work hard. We want to demonstrate what we didn ‘t have a chance to show during our time in the army. ”

In postcards he gave to fans, Daesung wrote, “Thank you for coming from far away to celebrate with us! Today, because of waiting for us, you must have been tired! I’m really, really grateful to you for being here and to those who are far away congratulating us on our demobilization with all your hearts as well. I feel sorry to you but above all, I love you more.”

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