Hitting their 10th debut anniversary this year, Super Junior‘s Sungmin and Shindong have been recently confirmed to be preparing for their mandatory military enlistment next month. Unfortunately, the two members will not be going in together nor in the same camp. According to various music official on February 24th, Sungmin will be departing on March 31st and entering the 17th Infantry Division of Bucheon where he will begin his military training before entering active duty. On the other hand, Shindong will be entering a week earlier on March 24th through the 28th Infantry Division of Yeoncheon. Originally, Shindong was supposed to join the army last year, but due to lumbar disc pains, his enlistment was postponed following treatments. SM Entertainment confirms with Star News, who reported an exclusive on the news, that both members have in fact received their enlistment letters and will be joining before the end of March. The two Super Junior members will be serving for the next 21 months following their entrance into the training camps. Super Junior is currently on their Super Show 6 worldwide tour, but with the news of enlistment, the Macau stop on March 1st may be the last stop for Sungmin and Shindong.