100 million won donation for BTS Suga's birthday...Dongsan Hospital, Keimyung University, Daegu

Group BTS (BTS) Suga (real name Min Yoon-ki) donated 100 million won to Keimyung University Dongsan Hospital in his hometown of Daegu, asking him to use it to treat childhood cancer.

According to Keimyung University Dongsan Hospital on the 11th, Suga donated 100 million won to the hospital for the purpose of treating childhood cancer patients on the 9th, his birthday.

Suga delivered the donation in the hope that it would help children who are not receiving treatment due to difficult family circumstances grow healthy and bright, the hospital said.

Cho Chi-heum, head of Keimyung University's Dongsan Hospital, said his donation was "inspiring and very grateful," adding, "I am proud of the BTS members who are promoting the national prestige with a good stage." "I'm rooting for you to continue to work as an artist who is loved all over the world."

In February last year, Suga donated 100 million won to the Hope Bridge National Disaster Relief Association to help Daegu, which had been suffering from the spread of Corona 19.

On his birthday in 2019, he donated 100 million won and 329 dolls to the Korea Childhood Cancer Foundation under the name of his fan club ARMY.