BTS member Suga showed heartwarming family affection by attending his brother's wedding.

On the 2nd, online platforms were filled with photos and videos of Suga attending his brother Min's wedding in Daegu. Suga, who considers his parents and his brother as his family, showed loyalty by wholeheartedly participating in his brother's wedding.


During his speech, Suga addressed the guests, saying, "First of all, I want to express my gratitude. I am Min Yoongi, the younger brother of the groom, Min ○○." When Suga's brother showed tears in response to his greeting, Suga jokingly said, "Why are you starting to cry already? It's not time to cry yet," and he himself became emotional.

Continuing his speech, Suga expressed his heartfelt wishes for the couple, saying, "I hope you both live happily. And finally, let me give my brother a hug." He added, "Congratulations on your marriage, sister-in-law," greeting his sister-in-law as well. Suga wrote messages on the floral wreaths for both his brother and sister-in-law, saying "BTS Suga Min Yoongi," "Congratulations on your brother's marriage," and "Congratulations on your sister-in-law's marriage," which drew attention.

According to various reviews, Suga's presence at his brother's wedding received an enthusiastic response. People of all ages were busy capturing Suga's appearance on their phones, creating a real "gold rush" moment for the "world star." Amidst this, Suga himself used his phone to personally capture the moments of his brother and sister-in-law and looked upon their wedding ceremony with pride.

On another note, Suga held his 'SUGA | Agust D-DAY TOUR' on June 24-25 at the Jamsil Indoor Gymnasium in Seoul, concluding his two-month-long world tour.

The 'SUGA | Agust D TOUR D-DAY' started in April at the UBS Arena in Belmont Park, New York, followed by successful North American tours in Newark, Rosemont, Los Angeles, and Oakland. Subsequently, he had successful Asian tours in Jakarta, Japan, Bangkok, Singapore, and more. From April onwards, Suga completed a grand tour with a total of 10 cities and 25 performances, entertaining over 290,000 audiences.

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