Suga’s upcoming tour film, Suga: Road to D-DayIt will be released on April 21, the same day as his solo album. D-DayThe BTS member’s solo documentary will air on Disney+ and Weverse, with the first episode airing at 11 p.m. KST.
In the 30-second teaser, Suga goes on tour in cities like Seoul, Tokyo, Pyeongchang, Chuncheon, Las Vegas, Malibu, and San Francisco. The camera captures him in front of a private jet and driving through the desert at sunset.
“It’s the first time I’ve walked down this street,” the singer explained as he strolled down the street at night. “I’m really excited right now,” he added. “Whenever the concert ends And I’ll go in (and say) ‘Ah, I’m tired’, no, this is the first time I’ve done this in my life! Even in Korea I have never done this before.”
According to a press release, Suga: Road to D-Day Will follow Suga in “Musical Journey” as he travels the world. “To find inspiration in the form of new sounds and experiences,” adding that the film “will showcase Suga and his impressive skill set. allowing viewers to experience up close the life of one of the world’s biggest stars.”
In addition, the press release also revealed “Real dialogue between artists. Because there are celebrity guests that Suga worked with or had a close encounter with.”
This month, Suga will become the first BTS member to embark on a solo tour. The date is set worldwide this spring. including in America The tour was billed under Suga’s name, as well as his other stage moniker, Agust D, as well as his album.
Suga’s Agust D tour kicks off April 26 in New York and will extend to the US before traveling to Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore, South Korea, and dates to be announced in Japan soon. Tickets are currently on sale.
coming on strong
While all 7 members of BTS are exploring solo projects. After completing his military service (and completing his military service), Suga has been ahead of his competitors for many years. Back in 2016 he released his self-titled mixtape Agust D and then followed that project up in 2020 with another mixtape. good-2Recently, Suga has also been producing for many other artists such as Psy, Japanese singer Ømi, and his fellow BTS member Jungkook.
first single from D-Day It is set to drop on Friday, April 7.