Super Junior Kyuhyun completes Mandatory Military Service

Super Junior's maknae, Cho Kyuhyun was discharged from the military today, May 7, 2019. He is the final member of the legendary group to enlist and the only one remaining in training. Super Junior now completes the line up after almost 10 years.

On May 4, exactly three days before his return, Kyuhyun posted on Instagram his last message as a Public Service Worker. He also asked for a peaceful military exit and encourage fans to see him on his upcoming shows.

“This is my last post as a public service worker. I want to thank those who waited for me for two years, and I don’t think I”ll be able to greet you all separately on the day of my discharge. If anyone was planning to come see me on that day, I am so sorry but I have many schedules planned so I hope to see you at concert venues and on TV! I believe people will be understanding of my desire to have a quiet conclusion on that meaningful day. See you soon.”

Earlier today, Super Junior leader, Leeteuk expressed his excitement for Kyu's discharge today through social media posting a group photo of Super Junior on thrones stating:

“Kyuhyun, you worked hard. Now we have to make another seat for you. Super Junior has finished our military service. It took almost 10 years.”

He also hinted a Super Junior comeback, adding, “Super Junior Comeback 2019. I don’t know when it’ll be, but please look forward to it. Kyuhyun, we have a lot to do.”

Fellow Super Junior Member, Lee Donghae welcomed Kyuhyun today as he shared a photo of him embracing their maknae via instagram saying "You worked hard for the past 2 years. Let's stay together from now on. He's back. #SJMilitaryServiceAllClear."

Fans will be able to see Kyuhyun for the first time again for his first activity back since his military discharge that is a solo fan meeting, taking place on May 19.

LONG LIVE SUPER JUNIOR! The long wait is over!

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