We've heard this kind of news before and always hope that it's a rumor, but this time it sounds real because it's from their agency. C-JeS Entertainment has just announced that K-Pop group JYJ's Park Yoo Chun and Kim Jae Joong are going to enlist in military service after they complete their new album.

On June 5th, C-JeS Entertainment announced that Yoo Chun and Jae Joong will be leaving for their mandatory military service after the new album. The exact date is not specified as the new album is slated to be released later this year and there are related promotional activities as well. The company added, 'JYJ's new album will be out at the end of the year. Nothing has been set yet, and the members are currently working on the production of the album. We're also planning a concert, but again, nothing's set in stone.' The agency also said that there are currently no plans for the other JYJ member, Kim Jun Su, to enlist.

The new album will be the first album released by JYJ since 2011, as all of the JYJ members have been busy with hectic schedules in separate activities.

So, there you have it. We will still see them very likely till the end of 2014. Kim Jae Joong is currently starring in drama series Triangle, which is on DramaFever. In the meantime, those who are lucky being in Korea can see Kim Jun Su in his musical, Dracula. Fans can also watch Park Yoo Chun in the his just completed suspense thriller Three Days. He just celebrated his 29th birthday (28 in American age) with his very excited fans.

To make everyone feel better, here's a collage of photos from Yoo Chun's fan meet: