BTS’ SUGA made a surprise appearance at PSY’s “Splash Show – SUMMER SWAG 2022” concert on July 16 at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul, where he joined PSY on stage to perform their hit collaboration track. Pooh.
This was SUGA’s first live performance of that with PSY. PSY promoted the song on their own, so fans at the concert were pleasantly surprised by this unexpected collaboration on stage.
BTS’s SUGA Surprises ARMY With Unexpected Stage Appearance With PSY
ARMYs were saddened to learn that BTS’ SUGA had to miss j-hope’s pre-release party due to a cold and mild fever. However, BTS’ SUGA had the best plan in mind to cheer up their fans. Wearing a white t-shirt, beige jacket and ripped jeans, the Bangtan member looked ready for summer as he performed the song’s iconic choreography, matching the steps with PSY and background dancers.
Naturally, ARMYs at the concert and those on the internet were shaken by SUGA’s sudden appearance out of nowhere and rocking the crowded stadium.
Fans who got to see BTS’ SUGA perform from the front row shared that his energy and charisma were palpable and they finally understood why the Bangtan member is considered one of the best performers in the world.
The explosive track of SUGA and PSY of BTS that, the first single from the old comeback album PSY 9th in April, was produced by the Bangtan member. SUGA also featured and appeared in the “That That” music video with PSY.
The charismatic track swept national and international charts after its release.
that shot at number 1 on the real-time chart of Bugs in Korea. It landed the second-highest spot on South Korean streaming platform Melon, while the music video racked up 110 million views within a week of its release.
that reached number 1 on the iTunes Top Songs charts in at least 73 different regions, including the United States, Japan, Canada, and more.
Later that night, SUGA also took to Instagram to share behind-the-scenes photos of himself backstage at the show.
He captioned the images, writing “Hey, I”, the start of his verse in that.
BTS’ SUGA took to Weverse to update fans on his health
BTS’s J-hope explained during his recent V-live that SUGA had to miss his pre-release party due to a slight fever and a cold and even though he tested negative for COVID, he won’t. didn’t want to risk coming to the party at all.
Shortly after j-hope’s V-live, SUGA took to Weverse to update fans on his condition and expressed his disappointment at missing out on the pre-release, which was attended by some of the most big music stars in the industry and of course the other six Bangtan members.
He also congratulated j-hope on the release of jack in the box. Touched by his gesture, j-hope responded by saying:
“I love you my brother. Don’t get sick”.
BTS will hold a global concert in Busan to support South Korea’s bid to host World Expo 2030 in Busan, South Korea.
Bangtan members will also serve as cultural ambassadors on behalf of South Korea. Stay tuned for more details regarding BTS’ concert in Busan.