Save the Children said in a statement that Suga made the donation on his birthday, March 9. The tremendous earthquake took place on February 6. The South Korean government has promised to offer $5 million in emergency humanitarian assistance to Turkey to handle the natural disaster.
Suga is also known as a philanthropist due to his various donation activities. In 2022, the artist donated 100 million won to a Seoul-based disaster relief association to help residents on South Korea's eastern coast recover from a wildfire. A year earlier, he donated 100 million won to a hospital in the southern industrial city of Daegu for children suffering from cancer.
The seven-member band's lead rapper would be the first BTS member to launch a solo world tour. Starting in April 2023, he will cover six countries -- the United States, Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore, South Korea, and Japan. Suga has garnered attention for showcasing his outstanding rapping skills. He collaborated with female artist IU to roll out "Eight," a dance song with some 170 million views on YouTube.
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