He’s wild, but he’s super sweet as well. Suga is one of the BTS songwriters, renowned for his passion for music, his creativity, and his evident love for sleep. There’s an obvious explanation why Suga loves sleeping so much, according to one translation, though.
Here is all we learned about this idol from K-pop.
One of the BTS rappers and songwriters, Suga
Though BTS has seven members, there are only three rappers. Min Yoongi, who also goes by his stage name, Suga, is one of those rappers. He is the rapper behind songs such as “Interlude: Shadow” and “Trivia: Seesaw,” while in group songs such as “Dynamite” and “Boy With Luv” he also appears.
This K-pop idol is known for his sweet and cute side, aside from his hardcore and savage personality. According to the Urban Dictionary, Suga also received the nickname ‘Lil Meow Meow’ from foreign fans because of his cute persona.
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Suga is renowned for his passion for sleep.
Fans will find Suga sleeping somewhere when he is not working on music or performing around the world. In reality, the K-pop group was asked during one interview what three words would best describe them. For Suga, the three words he chose were “eat, sleep, work.” The idol shared the reason he likes to sleep so much, according to one fan translation.
“You’re with me in my dreams, and that’s why I always like to sleep,” the performer allegedly said. The performer referred to the BTS ARMY, or the group’s fan base, in the video clip.
Of course, Suga doesn’t always sleep, honestly. The idol shared during one interview with SiriusXM that he likes to wake up early and stay up late, only having 3 hours of sleep during the video day.
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Suga works on solo music and BTS songs while he’s not sleeping.
The boys are also busy with publishing, recording, and music production. That is particularly true for Suga because he writes and releases solo songs under the stage name, “Agust D,” when he does not produce music with the other BTS members.
“I always like my music to make a contrast,” Suga said in a Big Hit Entertainment promotional video. “With my previous songs I wanted to show the beauty in contrast. For example, wearing a modern outfit in front of a traditional building.” The song’s title is the name of the traditional Korean genre of military music; as Suga explained in the interview, it’s played “when the king is in procession.”
The “Dynamite” music video is now available on YouTube. Music by BTS, including their recently released album, Map of the Soul: 7, is available for streaming on Spotify, Apple Music, and most major platforms.