BTS Suga Will Host His Own Talk Show Named ‘Suchwita’. In his professional life, South Korean rapper, composer, and record producer Min Yoon-gi is better known by his stage names Suga (stylized in all caps) and Agust D. He is represented by Big Hit Music and made his debut with the South Korean boy band BTS in 2013.
Agust D, his debut solo mixtape, was released in 2016. He redistributed the mixtape online for digital download and streaming in 2018. On Billboard’s International Albums chart, the reissue peaked at position #3.
This mixtape, titled D-2, was his second release as a solo artist and was made available in the year 2020. On the Billboard 200, the mixtape peaked at number eleven, while on the UK Albums Chart it reached number seven and in Australia it reached number two on the ARIA Albums Chart, indicating commercial success.
Over 100 songs have been credited to Suga as a composer or producer by the Korea Music Copyright Association. This includes “Wine” by Suran, which reached #2 on the Gaon Music Chart and won best Soul/R&B track of the year at the 2017 Melon Music Awards.
BTS Suga Will Host His Talk Show
There will soon be a discussion show hosted by Suga of BTS. On Wednesday night, Suga posted a teaser video for “Suchwita,” BTS’s new talk show, to the group’s official YouTube channel, Bangtan TV. Suga is shown drinking a drink and chatting with a guest in the teaser video, which is a nod to Suga’s song “Daechwita.”
#SUGA of #BTS is set to launch his own talk show. Suga released a teaser video for the talk show called “Suchwita” on BTS’s official YouTube channel Bangtan TV Wednesday. “Suchwita” is an abbreviation of “getting drunk time with Suga” in Korean. https://t.co/p1OzCHQ0lm #Suchwita
— Celeb (@CelebConfirmed) November 29, 2022
Slang for “drinking time with Suga,” “Suchwita” is an acronym in the Korean language. Big Hit Music, the label that represents Suga, has stated that throughout the chat show, Suga will meet people from all walks of life with whom he will share drinks, songs, and heartfelt conversations.
— allkpop (@allkpop) November 28, 2022
Starting Monday, you may watch the series premiere on YouTube, the fan service Weverse, and other online destinations.