Min Yoongi, the real name of BTS Suga, was born on March 9, 1993, so in his native South Korea his birthday celebrations have already begun. The other members of the K-pop group celebrate with ARMY with hashtags that are trending globally. Who are the first BTS artists who received Suga?
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Long live Suga’s birthday on Twitter
Through the social network Twitter, BTS followers celebrated Suga’s birthday with messages of support. ARMYs from all over the world gathered hashtags in honor of their favorite artist.
In this way, ARMY is trending on Twitter with the hashtag # happy Birthday And the # good morning globally.
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For their part, BTS singers wished them a happy birthday sucking With strange messages that stirred the army.
Side by side photos of Suga, Namjoon wrote in reference to a water-type Pokemon: “Happy Birthday Whooper #Yoongi’s Birthday, congratulations.” ARMY quickly compared Min Yoongi to Wooper and posted their hilarious similarity online.
The next BTS member to greet Suga was J-Hope. “Happy Birthday to the sweet and adorable Suga #HappyBirthdaySUGA #Yoongi_Eres_Mi_Estrella_YMi_Universo #AGUSTD,” Hobi’s song posted as a reference for the lyrics of “My universe,” BTS and Coldplay’s musical collaboration.
Minutes later, J-Hope took over BTS’s Twitter account again and shared a funny video of Suga. “He just did a song Ugh…” he wrote “Hobi,” doing a pun on the name of the K-pop group’s song.
J-Hope has continued to celebrate Suga’s birthday through his personal Instagram account through his Stories. “Happy birthday brother,” South Korean idol Min Yoongi greeted in the video.
With the wee hours of the day approaching in South Korea, BTS fans are hoping that more members will join Suga’s birthday greetings, as is the norm in the Bangtan family.
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