The conclusion of BTS member SUGA’s highly anticipated D-Day World Tour in Seoul left fans with mixed emotions, as the rapper’s heartfelt performance stirred waves of reactions online. Video clips and photos from the event captured a poignant moment, with Suga visibly moved to tears during his stage presence.
In an image that quickly spread across various online platforms, Suga can be seen shedding tears while performing, gazing at the ceiling with an unmistakable expression of raw emotion. A concerned netizen shared the photo on an online community forum, penning their feelings, “Sigh, he cries really sadly. Little kitty, please don’t hurt too much TTTT.”
Adding to the impactful evening, Suga surprised fans by unveiling a long-awaited secret – his ‘7’ friendship tattoo. The reveal took place during the concert on August 6, where the 30-year-old rapper rolled up his sleeve, exposing the tattoo on his left arm to a thrilled audience. The discovery sent excitement through the crowd, enhancing the already electric atmosphere.
Suga playfully removed his jacket on stage while engaging with the audience in a video that rapidly went viral across social media platforms. As the camera focused on his left shoulder, the tattoo ‘7’ was unveiled, sparking enthusiastic cheers from fans. Suga’s emotional reaction to the vibrant fan response was evident, showcasing the strong bond between the artist and his dedicated ARMY.
Suga offers fans a detailed look at ‘7’ friendship tattoo
Later, during an intimate Weverse live session, Suga offered fans a more detailed look at the delicate ‘7’ tattoo on his shoulder, connecting him with his admirers closer.
While fellow BTS members Jin, RM, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook had previously unveiled their ‘7’ friendship tattoos several months ago, Suga’s had remained a well-guarded mystery. In a past Weverse live session, Suga had playfully teased fans about the location of his tattoo, stating, “You should find it yourself.”
He also shared his initial hesitations about getting inked, saying, “I didn’t have confidence knowing my personality — to not regret it, not get sick of it or want to move it a bit to the side or something… But I don’t have any wish to get more. No more talking about the friendship tattoo.”
As Suga’s emotional and intimate moments resonate with fans worldwide, his ‘D-Day’ World Tour finale remains a poignant testament to the artist’s dedication and connection with his global audience.