Big Bang Update: Taeyang Takes A Break From Military Enlistment; Spotted Out & About
After being in the military service for almost three months, Taeyang is now enjoying his break and very first vacation. The BIGBANG member was recently spotted out and about with his wife, Min Hyo Rin, making up for lost time.
A lucky fan saw Taeyang with Min Hyo Rin on their way to A Twosome Place. From the looks of it, the 30-year-old star seems fine and healthy in spite of serving the military. Also, the couple's relationship remains to be strong, although he has been away.
In fact, according to Koreaboo, Taeyang and Min Hyo Rin were also seen buying a cake on their way home. The two might be celebrating the BIGBANG member's break from the military. The South Korean singer even shared an old snap on his Instagram account to update his followers.
Taeyang shared his photo when he was just a child, doing a peace sign. He captioned the snap with a simple "Hi" and a heart emoji. As expected, fans celebrated Taeyang's return to Instagram. One of his followers even said that his greeting is enough to make them happy.
Meanwhile, before Taeyang takes a break, he celebrated his birthday inside the military on May 18. Fans wouldn't let the BIGBANG member's special day pass without a simple celebration; thus, they sent him surprise gifts to make him happy. As a token of his appreciation, he posed for a photo while holding their presents and made a finger heart gesture, per Koogle TV.
Evidently, fans continuously support BIGBANG although the group is on hiatus. G-Dragon, Taeyang, and Daesung started serving their mandatory military enlistment earlier this year, while T.O.P began his recruitment in 2017. On the other hand, Seungri will be enlisting in the second half of the year.
As a proof of their support, the official music video of BIGBANG's G-Dragon and Taeyang's "Good Boy" now hit 200 million views, per The Jakarta Post. The MV was released in November 2014. According to YG Entertainment, fans love the BIGBANG members' music video because of its "flashy neon images and unique camera movement." It was also recognized as the most viewed K-pop video around the world at the 2014 Mnet Asian Music Awards.