One word that describes BTS‘s Suga is “genius”. Others include: logical, blunt, and hilariously realistic.
Suga has an endearing habit of answering questions in an extremely practical way that makes everyone laugh. When asked to choose a house in Buzzfeed‘s “Which BTS Member Are You?” quiz, Suga chose the most elaborate one so that he could resell it.
Another example is when BBC Radio 1‘s Adele Roberts asked BTS, “How have you changed as a band since the start, since 2013 2 Cool 4 Skool?”. Suga simply said, “Age”.
On June 3, NASA opened submissions for their #NASAMoonTunes project in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11. These songs will be added to the playlist of the 6-day voyage to the moon that NASA is preparing for 2024. The first three songs announced were BTS’s “Mikrokosmos” and “134340”, and RM‘s “Moonchild”.
Wow, there are a lot of @BTS_twt & RM fans! Thanks for the submissions – we’ll add “Moonchild,” “Mikrokosmos” & “134340” to the playlist! What other songs can we include on #NASAMoonTunes? https://t.co/nM3plxpMfL pic.twitter.com/BL9yBsOwQI
— Johnson Space Center (@NASA_Johnson) June 4, 2019
On July 14, a fan asked Suga a question about the NASA project during his live broadcast.
As usual, his reply was strictly realistic.
Since music can’t be heard out in space, he reasoned that BTS’s songs will be played within the spaceship, not on the moon itself.
That sounds about right!