That's because for his 28th birthday he donated a whopping $88,000 to a charity supporting kids with cancer. Aww. That's around P4.2 million, in case you wanted to do the math.
According to a statement released by the hospital, Suga said, "I wanted to help the children who cannot receive proper treatment because of financial hardship and [I want to] see them become healthy and bright."
This isn't the first time that Suga has made a generous donation to a charity of his choice. In 2019, he reportedly also gave 329 dolls and $88,000 to kids with cancer and $83,000 to the Hope Bridge Korea Disaster Relief Association (also based in Daegu), which provides aid to people afflicted with COVID-19. Bless your generous heart, Yoongi!
Suga and the rest of BTS are performing at the 63rd annual Grammy Awards on March 14. They also made history as the first K-pop group to earn a nomination in a major category at the Grammys. Let's show our support, ARMY!