BTS, one of South Korea's biggest musical acts, may be forced to take a break due to a certain obligation. According to Showbiz Cheatsheet, members of the group may have to leave at various times due to their home country's mandatory military conscription for men.

In South Korea, "able-bodied men" who are between the ages of 18 and 28 are required to serve in the military. The length of service, which varies between 21 and 24 months, depends on the participant joining the marines, army, or air force, according to ET Online.

"As a Korean, it's natural," Jin said in an interview with CBS, adding, "And, someday, when duty calls we'll be ready to respond and do our best."

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Jungkook, who is the youngest, then said, "I don't want to think about it at this point. We have something really good going."

RM then chimed in, saying, "That's the answer. We just enjoy the ride, live in the moment, and that's all we can do."

Additionally, CBS implied in their article that the members had already put off their duty by reporting that there is "only so long the band's members can delay serving."

While some citizens are exempt from active duty, such as Olympic medalists, first-place winners in the Asian games, classical musicians, and ballet dancers, the members of the boy band are not.

Jin, whose real name is Kim Seok-jin, will likely be the first one who is called to serve as he is the oldest at 26-years-old. It is believed that he will be enlisting within the next few years.

So, what does this mean for the band moving forward once Jin enlists? It is rumored that they will continue to tour and make music, but fans continue to wonder if at some point they will in fact take a hiatus. As for now, Jin plans to continue touring with the group through 2020, or until further notice.

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Musical group BTS attends the Billboard Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 20, 2018, in Las Vegas. Getty Images/Frazer Harrison