Update: B1A4’s CNU To Quietly Enlist In Military

Updated January 18 KST:

On January 18, WM Entertainment revealed more details regarding B1A4 member CNU’s enlistment. A source from the agency said, “CNU, who will be enlisting as an active-duty solider on Tuesday, January 22 will be enlisting quietly as per his wishes. Thus we will not reveal the enlistment location and time.”

There won’t be a separate event held either.

CNU will be the first member of B1A4 to enlist.

Stay tuned for more updates!

Updated January 4 KST:

It’s been confirmed that B1A4’s CNU will be enlisting in the military.

Earlier today, one news outlet reported that CNU will be enlisting in the military on January 22. Soon afterwards, his agency released an official statement confirming the reports.

The following is the full statement from WM Entertainment:

Hello, this is WM Entertainment

B1A4’s CNU recently received his draft notice. As a Korean male citizen, he decided to enlist as an active duty soldier on January 22 to fulfill his mandatory military duties.

At this time, we ask for your understanding as CNU will not be able to participate in the scheduled events that take place abroad.

Please send your encouragement to CNU that he may complete his duty safely and return more matured.

Thank you.

Original Article:

B1A4’s CNU is reportedly enlisting in the military!

On January 4, a source from the industry reported that CNU will be the first B1A4 member to enlist in the military on January 22. After making his official debut as an actor in November with SBS’s “Ms Ma, Nemesis,” the idol-turned-actor had been secretly preparing to enlist.

Prior to his enlistment, the member will also participate in B1A4’s fan meeting event “Be the one. All for one” on January 5, which is their first official fan meeting as a 3-member group.

CNU made his debut with B1A4 in 2011. With Baro and Jinyoung’s departure in November, the group is currently promoting as a 3-member group. With the news of his enlistment, much attention also pours in regarding the enlistment situation for other members.

Wishing CNU the best of luck!

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