BTS’s Suga takes off his shirt for the first time and drives ARMYs ‘ϲrаzy’

The ARMY is well aware that the Idol is fairly reserved, thus this video will undoubtedly be appreciated.

If you are a true ARMY, you are fully aware of Suga’s introversion. Throughout his career, the outstanding BTS member has been described as a reserved, quiet, and above all serious young man.

The Idol is not used to showing off his body, let alone doing it through concerts, as some of his colleagues have done. However, there is a video in which Suga flaunted his abs, driving the ARMY and other fans insаne. Suga has rarely delighted his followers with his attractive physique, in contrast to Jungkook, Jimin, or Taehyung, who have multiple photos showing their lovely form.

In the video where Suga’s figure was seen, dating back to BTS’s debut phase, the Idol took off his shirt to showcase that he could do the “belly dance,” at the time he was extremely young and had no trouble driving his fans insаne. Perhaps the artist is now reluctant to expose his body to the public eye.

Suga, unlike Jungkook, Jimin, or other members, does not normally reveаl much flesh when dancing or performing on stage. Even when swimming, the idol attempts to cover oneself so as not to expose himself.

BTS medals are being released to commemorate the 10th anniversary of their debut

According to a Korea Post source, Komsco will present a commemorative medal to BTS on the occasion of the group’s 10th anniversary of debut.

Furthermore, Komsco stated that BTS will have its own postage stamp with the group’s image.

The medal will be engraved before being given to the audience in 2023. The name of the group BTS will appear on one side of the medal, along with the names of the members and the group’s emblem, and the number 10 will be on the other, signifying the symbol 10. year with the surrounding stars.

Komsco will produce three gold and one silver BTS medals.

However, only a limited number of medals are issued and sold globally.

Not content with that, the Korean Post Office intends to produce BTS stamps as one of 23 special commemorative stamps in 2023. Normally, the Korean post office will issue approximately 20 stamps each year to commemorate significant historical personalities and events and to promote the country’s objectives. The fаct that BTS has their own stamp is a huge honor for the 7 Big Hit lads.

“BTS is considered a pop icon representing the 21st century, bringing hope to the world through their lyrics. During the pandemic, BTS has healed the hearts of audiences worldwide. demand and won many major music awards,” the Korea post office said in a statement.

On June 13, 2023, BTS postal stamps with the topic “youth record” will be published. This is also the tenth anniversary of the debut of this superstar group. The stamp’s design will be determined in consultation with the group’s management business.

Jungkook: From BTS’s ‘golden maknae’ to the World Cup’s hottest voice in 2022

Despite being only 25 years old, male star Jeon Jungkook has been working in the entertainment industry for nearly ten years and has accomplished numerous outstanding feats.

BTS member Jungkook just made history by being the first Korean musician to play at the FIFA World Cup – World Cup opening ceremony.

He garnered numerous plaudits for his elegant performance, which sparked a worldwide fan frenzy.

However, Jungkook has previously made Army (BTS fan name) proud with his talent. Jungkook signed up for Superstar K3, a well-known talent search show in Korea, in 2011. Despite not being chosen, Jungkook received audition invitations from seven different entertainment groups. At the age of 16, he joined Big Hit Entertainment and made his debut as BTS’s primary vocalist in 2013. BTS was named Best New Artist the following year.

Even though the early years of BTS’s activities were difficult, the group worked hard to market and release music items on a regular basis.

With I Need You, BTS received the first prize in a music show of 2015.

BTS also began to enter a new phase and develop significantly from this point.

A year later, the album The most beautiful moment in life: youthful forever (2016) earned BTS the prestigious title of Daesang (grand prize) for the first time in his career. Jungkook was only 19 years old at the time. Jungkook is known as the “golden maknae” of BTS because of his attractive appearance and consistent performing abilities. By the age of 20, Jungkook and BTS members had won Billboard Music Awards and created a feverish atmosphere on the American Music Awards stage.

Jungkook was granted the Cultural Medal by President Moon Jae In and his team at the age of 21, making him the youngest individual in Korea to receive this honor.

He and BTS were reappointed as the President’s Special Envoy for Culture and Future Generations in July 2021.

BTS has received over 63 Daesangs as of 2022, making them the most honored musicians in Korean history.

Furthermore, the trio has 28 world records and has been recognized into the Guinness Hall of Fame for their achievements during their careers.

Jungkook, in addition to his work in BTS, has recorded solo and highly regarded songs such as Begin, Euphoria, My Time… Euphoria and My Time, in particular, have been on Billboard’s World digital song sales chart for 72 and 68 weeks, respectively. Jungkook worked with American artist Charlie Puth to release the song “Left and Right” in June 2022. The product soon gained popularity and debuted at number 22 on the Billboard Hot 100, as well as in the top 5 on the Global Excl chart. Both the US and the Global 200 are included.

Jungkook most recently released the single Dreamers on November 20, 2022, featuring Qatari artist Fahad Al Kubaisi.

The song has been confirmed for inclusion on the official World Cup CD for this year.

Dreamers quickly rose to the top of iTunes charts in at least 102 nations and territories, including the world’s eight largest music markets, namely the United States, United Kingdom, Japan, Australia, Italy, Canada, Germany, and France.

Notably, Dreamers made a new milestone by becoming the fastest World Cup song to top the US iTunes list, lasting only 2 hours and 11 minutes.

At the same time, this is the first World Cup song in history to top the charts in over 100 countries.

On the same day, Jungkook sang this song at the season’s opening ceremony at Al Bayt Stadium (Qatar). As a result, he became the first Korean musician to sing the World Cup’s official song and participate in the event’s opening ceremony. After barely 14 hours, the video of Jungkook performing at the World Cup has received over 6 million views and is currently trending on YouTube.