Pop group BTS member Suga covid is positive
Pop group BTS member Suga Covid is positive
South Korean pop band BTS group lyricist and rapper Suga covid has been attacked.
The New York Times reported on Friday that the popular pop star, who returned from the United States, was in Quarantine but tested positive for coronavirus.
Suga, 26, whose real name is Min Yoon Gee, showed no symptoms after returning home on Thursday, according to South Korean entertainment company Big Hit Music.
The agency said in a statement that he had a corona negative before traveling to the United States and had completed the second dose of his vaccine in August.
Sugar had no contact with other BTS members – RM, Jean, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jankuk – and was isolated at home, the statement said.
Suga made her debut as a member of BTS in 2013. This South Korean pop group has taken place in the hearts of the audience due to its melodic music with dynamic dance.
Last September, the group spoke at the UN headquarters in New York about the coronavirus vaccine campaign. There, young people are praised for their bravery in dealing with the epidemic.
BTS or Bantan Boys became the K-Pop group, an acronym for the Korean genre of music, which was formed in 2016 with South Korean culture.