Heung-min Son will have to meet a little three-week compulsory military service in South Korea, as reported by various media in his native country and what has been echoed in England. Since the Premier will not be restarted until at least April 30, Son is expected to comply with the obligatory short military service, which will start in the next days in Jeju Island. Then he can return to the ranks of Tottenham and put himself under Mourinho’s command. The attacker is now fully recovered from his broken arm and will be ready to play the remainder of the Premier. The Tottenham attacker is found during the Premier League stoppage by the coronavirus pandemic in South Korea, with permission from his club. Are managed to exempt himself from compulsory military service for 21 months, after getting the Gold medal with South Korea in the Asian olympic games In 2018, however, he must still serve his country and perform a brief three-week military service, which he had scheduled after this season and will now move forward.