According to a news report on Nov. 21, J-Hope joined the Army's 36th Infantry Division Recruit Training Center in Socho-myeon, Wonju-si, Gangwon-do, on the afternoon of Nov. 18 as an active duty trainee.

The unit stationed several soldiers in front of the post and stopped each incoming and outgoing vehicle to check the enlistment notice before passing the gate.

In addition, there was no limit on the number of family members, friends, and acquaintances who could come with the enlisting soldier, but they were not allowed to enter the unit without the enlistment notice.

However, the military made an exception for BTS's agency, HYBE, unlike the general public.

Five black vans were captured on camera that day, and all of them went inside the premise.

Add in the fact that an agency representative waiting in front of the post told a colleague, "One agency vehicle went in first," and it seems that six vehicles belonging to HYBE entered the unit that day.

Earlier, on the day of BTS's eldest member Jin's (Kim Seok-jin, 30) enlistment, it was also reported that six agency vehicles entered the unit.

While regular people had to provide the enlistment notice at the guard post in order to be allowed entry, HYBE's vehicles all received entry clearance in advance thus raising suspicions over special treatment and fairness of treatment.

In this regard, a military official denied this, saying, "We did not send back two vehicles (of the general public) for today's event," adding, "The general rule of one vehicle per family was put in place for safety control purposes, but we did not set any guidelines or regulations to enforce it."

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1. They make this sound like it was some special treatment. I'm not a fan of Bangtan but this is just bullsh*t. Just look at Yoon Seok-yul or his wife or in-laws. Those are the people who are living off special treatment

2. This is oba...

3. There's nobody else who would think that these are special treatments aside from trash journalists

4. F*ck, just how sensitive people are about the army topic that we are getting articles like this?

5. There are other places where special treatments are really given tsk tsk. Trash journalists are playing dirty

6. Ahㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋthey didn't even went into the unitㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ Is the journalist not embarrassed of this?ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

7. Is the journalist making up bullsh*t because they didn't get to see Bangtan's faces? Sigh, seriously, this is so dirty

8. They are just mad because Bangtan didn't greet them or something

9. Trash journalists succeeded at feeding the trolls...

10. This is so pathetic... how is this considered "special treatment"?

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