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Today (April 6), the K-pop idol announced through the official BTS Twitter account that Suga: Road to D-Day is set to arrive on April 21, the same day as his upcoming debut studio album ‘D-Day’. The record will feature the new IU collaboration ‘People Pt. 2’, which comes out tomorrow (April 7).
According to a Disney+ press release, Suga: Road to D-Day will follow Suga on a “musical journey” as he travels the world “in search of inspiration in the form of new sounds and experiences”.
“Travelling the world with nothing but open ears and a willingness to explore and learn from new musical genres, Suga: Road to D-Day will showcase Suga and his impressive skillset, giving viewers an intimate look into the life of one of the world’s biggest stars,” the press release stated.
Suga: Road to D-Day is set to be released on Disney+ and Weverse globally.
<SUGA: Road to D-DAY> Teaser Poster
📅 Apr 21, 11PM (KST) on Weverse & Disney+ globally
📅 4월 21일 밤 11시 위버스 & 디즈니+ 전세계 동시 공개
👉Weverse Pre-order: available from Apr 14, 10AM (KST)#SUGA #슈가 #RoadToDDAY #로드투디데이 #D_DAY pic.twitter.com/O5QpbhAQpm
— BTS_official (@bts_bighit) April 6, 2023
The documentary’s teaser, released on March 31, follows the K-pop idol as he travels across the world to cities such as Tokyo, Las Vegas, San Francisco and more. The clip also features black-and-white scenes of the singer on tour and in the studio.
“This is my first time walking down this street. I’m so excited right now. Whenever we finish performances, I go inside [and say] ‘Ah, I’m tired’,” he says while taking a walk at night. “I’m telling you, this is the first time in my life that I’m doing this. I haven’t even tried this in Korea.”
Meanwhile, Suga is set to enlist in the South Korean military within the next year. He will reportedly be a social service agent instead of an active-duty soldier, though Big Hit Music said it “cannot confirm information on their personal matters”.