During Suga‘s last D-Day concert, RM, Jin, and J-Hope from BTS attended, bringing immense joy to BTS fans. Videos of the members at the concert have been circulating online. Following Jimin and Jungkook, RM joined Suga on Sunday in Seoul for the special event. The presence of Jin and J-Hope, cheering in the audience for the duo, further delighted the BTS ARMY. Some fans also spotted V, also known as Kim Taehyung, among the audience.
Suga’s Emotional Performance and Heartwarming BTS Reunion at Concert
During the concert, Suga showcased his talent by singing several songs, including “Daechwita” among others. He took a moment to acknowledge his fellow BTS members, Jin and J-Hope, giving them a heartfelt shoutout. Suga expressed gratitude to J-Hope for creating a cool choreography and shared a special connection with him whenever he sang “People Part 2.”
While performing on stage, Suga’s emotions got the better of him, and he started crying, but he bravely continued playing the guitar. After his remarkable performance, RM was spotted standing in the audience alongside Jin and J-Hope. The trio shared heartwarming moments, hugging, laughing, and engaging in conversations. They also danced and enjoyed Suga’s incredible performance, cherishing their time together at the memorable concert.
Jin and J-Hope Show Support Amid Military Service
During the concert, RM made a surprise appearance on stage with Suga, and together they performed the song “Strange.” The BTS leader delighted fans by singing his unreleased songs, including “You Are My Dandelion” and “I See You Comeback To Me.” RM expressed his excitement about a new project with different collaborators and shared his unreleased song as a gift to the audience.RM, who recently sported a buzz cut, assured fans that the haircut had no connection to his military enlistment, calming any worries about his service.
Throughout the event, Jin and J-Hope were visibly supportive, cheering and enjoying the performances. They waved the ARMY bomb, prompting screams of joy from fans around them. Jin wore a white T-shirt and denim, while J-Hope donned a black T-shirt and pants. It’s worth noting that both Jin and J-Hope are currently serving in the South Korean military.