Suga at Tonight Show
Was it Suga or Agust D I’m not quite sure. Okay !! so Suga of BTS had a packed schedule for his appearance on The Tonight Show on Monday, May 1, including addressing his new solo album as August D, D-Day, testing his gastrointestinal system with a new game, and playing his song “Haegeum.”
his compelling rendition of “Haegeum” rounded out the evening, his full band providing a hard rock edge to the song that epitomises D-Day’s liberation ideas. The haegum is a traditional Korean instrument as well as the Korean phrase for “lifting a ban.”
“Once I asked myself about what my definition of liberation is, I started unpacking that idea of liberation more [through my songs],” He told in a recent interview. “I think viewers will think it’s very fun and entertaining—considering the other kinds of promotions I’ve done. I have confidence. In the video, I’m just living very freely.”
He discussed his prior life as an ace food delivery boy, being the best basketball player in BTS, D-Day, returning to the road, and his pre-show ritual with Jimmy Fallon. “I actually take a shot of whisky with the band before going on stage,” he explained. “For real, we’re going to take a shot together.” Then we take the stage.” (Fallon then produced shots for both of them.)
Fallon also shocked Him with a genuine haegeum during the conversation, prompting the musician to ask, “How do you play this?” I made the tune on a virtual instrument…” He and Fallon then attempted, and failed horribly, to elicit any sound from the instrument other than a terrible scream.
Finally, Fallon convinced Suga to be the first contestant in a new Tonight Show segment dubbed “Imposter Game.” The participants were offered two dishes that looked similar but tasted extremely different; the audience was then asked to predict which food each contestant ate based on their reaction. Suga struggled to take a tablespoon of salt in the first round, whereas Fallon gulped a drink of (you guessed it)