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Sunday, March 26, 2023

Suga publicly left BTS and announced his solo career, “There are tour dates already. We start lighting from April!

As Jungkook peacefully sips a beer, reclines on the couch, and chats with subscribers during sleepless nights on air, Suga has taken his career into his own hands and has already released the schedule for his solo program, in which he will perform under the pseudonym Agust D The world tour will cover several countries: USA, Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore and Korea.

The first concerts will begin on April 26 in Newark (USA). The poster also contains information that after all of the above, the artist will go to Japan, but the exact dates and locations of the performances there are still unknown. “Information will be updated” – the text in the tour flyer. Most likely, in the land of the rising sun, Yoongi will also linger in several residential areas.

It should be noted that against the background of Suga’s movements around the world, rumors appeared on the Korean Internet that the guy was too carried away with his solo career and decided to leave BTS forever. “He has already calculated the level of his income without a team and realized that he no longer has bosses,” writes the public. The artist has not confirmed this information. Nearly 80% of ARMYs polled on a Korean forum considered the information about his dismissal to be false.

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