'Suga' held a solo concert in Seoul

BTS member, 'Suga' held a solo concert with a crowd of 15,000 fervent fans in Seoul for two days on June 24th and 25th.


The stadium was filled with passionate fans called 'ARMY', holding official 'BTS ARMY Bomb' cheering sticks, showing their support for BTS".


While BTS temporarily suspended group activities in 2022, 'Suga' released his solo full-length album "D-Day", after three years since the massive hit of "D-2" in 2020.


Starting with the title track "Haegeum" from his recent album, 'Suga' took the stage with his self-composed hit songs such as "Daechwita" and "Give it to me".


On the first day of the concert, 'PSY' also participated and sang "That That" together.


‘Suga’ kicked off his global tour, titled "Suga | Agust D-Day," starting with the UBS Arena in Belmont, New York in April. From there, he traveled through nine cities including Indonesia, Thailand, and Singapore, finally arriving in Seoul.


'Suga' expressed his gratitude to his fellow BTS members 'Jimin', 'V', and 'Jungkook', who joined him in his show, saying "I'm thankful to my brothers for making my day shine brighter and to the fans as well".


'Suga' also announced that he will be holding additional solo concerts at the Jamsil Seoul Olympic Stadium on August 4th, 5th, and 6th.