Yoongi Bio, Wiki, GF, Family, Age, Pic, Facts, Net Worth, and more

Min Yoongi, also known as Suga, is a famous South Korean rapper, composer, and record producer. He was born on March 9, 1993, in Daegu, South Korea, and is currently 28 years old. He has an estimated net worth of $16 million, which includes his BTS income and HYBE stock, and is believed to be worth between $23 million and $26 million. Yoongi attended Taejeon Elementary School, Apgujeong High School, and Gwaneum Middle School before earning his Master’s degree in Advertising and Media from Hanyang Cyber University.

Yoongi started his career as a rapper, singer, and songwriter, and worked at a recording studio before making his first big break. He was an underground rapper and later joined Big Hit Entertainment, which launched his career with the K-pop group BTS. Yoongi has written many popular songs, including “No More Dream,” “I Like It,” “We On,” “Coffee,” “Boy In Luv,” “Just One Day,” “Tomorrow,” “Run,” and “Save Me.”


Yoongi’s family is largely unknown. He is said to have one older sibling, Min Junki, and his parents’ occupation is not publicly known. According to interviews and stories, his father is a conservative person who wanted his children to become public employees and live secure lives. Yoongi’s parents did attend a live performance by BTS a few years after the group’s debut.

Yoongi has some interesting facts about him, including that his favorite number is three, he enjoys taking photographs, and he is the second oldest and second shortest member of BTS. He used to play basketball when he was in school and still plays every Sunday as a trainee. His CEO gave him the nickname “Suga” because he is pale and has a pleasant grin. Yoongi is most stressed between the hours of midnight and 6 a.m., and he dislikes places with a lot of people or noise. His role models are Kanye West, Lupe Fiasco, Lil Wayne, and Hit Boy.

Yoongi Wiki/Biography

Real NameMin Yoon-gi
ProfessionRapper, Singer, Songwriter, Record Producer
Years Active2013 – present
LabelBig Hit Music
Associated ActsBTS

Yoongi Career

DebutYoongi made his debut as a member of BTS on June 13, 2013, with the single album “2 Cool 4 Skool”.
Awards/HonoursYoongi and BTS have won numerous awards and honours, including:
– Billboard Music Award for Top Social Artist (2017-2020)
– Melon Music Award for Best Rap/Hip Hop (2016-2020)
– Korean Music Award for Best Rap/Hip Hop (2014-2016, 2018-2019)
– MTV Europe Music Award for Best Korean Act (2015-2020)
– American Music Award for Favorite Social Artist (2018-2020)
– Guinness World Record for most viewed YouTube video in 24 hours (2020)
– Grammy Award nomination for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (2021)
Other AchievementsYoongi has also released solo music under the name Agust D, and has produced and written music for BTS and other artists. He has been praised for his work as a producer and songwriter, and has won several awards for his solo music, including a Korean Music Award for Best Rap/Hip Hop in 2017. Yoongi has also been recognized for his philanthropic work, including his donation to support Korean students who cannot afford university tuition.

Yoongi Physical States & More

Height (approx)5 feet 8 inches (173 cm)
Weight (approx)130 lbs (59 kg)
Body Measurements (approx)Unknown
Eye ColorBlack
Hair ColorBlack
Shoe SizeUS 7.5 (Korean 250 mm)
Body TypeSlim
Tattoo(s)Has several tattoos on his left and right arm

Yoongi Personal Life

Date of BirthMarch 9, 1993
Age (as in 2023)30 years old
Birth PlaceBuk-gu, Daegu, South Korea
Current CitySeoul, South Korea
NationalitySouth Korean
HometownGyeongsang Province, South Korea
CasteNot Applicable
Educational QualificationGlobal Cyber University (Bachelor of Fine Arts)
Family MembersFather, mother, and older brother
Food HabitNot available
HobbiesListening to music, playing basketball, and taking photos
AddressNot available
ControversiesThere have been no major controversies surrounding Yoongi’s personal life or career.
SchoolApgujeong High School (Graduated)
CollegeGlobal Cyber University (Graduated)

Yoongi Family, Relationship & More

Relationship StatusSingle
GF (Girlfriend)N/A
Father NameMin Geumjae
Mother NameKim Nayeon
SiblingsOlder brother (Min Junki)

Yoongi Money Factor/Net Worth

Salary (approx)$1 million per year
Income (as of 2023)$30 million
Income SourceMusic, Songwriting, Producing, Endorsements
Net Worth$35 million

Yoongi Some Favorite’s Thinks

CuisineKorean, Japanese, Thai
ActressesGong Hyo-jin, Park Bo-young
ActorsYoo Ah-in, Lee Byung-hun
Songs“We Don’t Talk Anymore” by Charlie Puth, “Fade” by Kanye West
TV ShowFriends, The Office
ColorBlack, White, Purple
Phrase“Let’s live freely”
DestinationNew Zealand, Jeju Island
PerfumesCreed Aventus, Diptyque Philosykos
CarMercedes-Benz S550
Book“I Decided to Live as Me” by Kim Soo-hyun
OutfitsComfortable, Casual, Simple
Male Co-StarsPark Jimin, Kim Taehyung (V)
Female Co-StarsIU, Lee Hi
Film DirectorBong Joon-ho, Christopher Nolan
Music DirectorKanye West, Kendrick Lamar
SportsBasketball, Billiards
Soccer PlayersSon Heung-min, Cristiano Ronaldo
Fashion DesignersAlexander McQueen, Rick Owens
Historical PersonsGenghis Khan, Martin Luther King Jr.
FoodSamgyeopsal, Jjajangmyeon
BeveragesCoffee, Beer

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Interesting facts about Yoongi:

3 is Suga’s favorite number. Suga enjoys taking photographs. He is the group’s second oldest and second shortest member. In the United States, he is 28 years old, and in Korea, he is 29 years old.

Pisces is his zodiac sign. His favorite films are Tazza and Inception, according to him. When he was younger, he wanted to be a firefighter, a basketball player, and a musician. He used to be a lousy English speaker. (He has excellent reading, writing, and comprehension skills.) However, when he speaks it, he becomes shy.


He won a lot of basketball games when he was in school, and he played basketball every Sunday when he was a trainee. He chose his stage name since he used to play basketball as a shooting guard. His CEO gave him the nickname “Suga,” which is a variation of the term “sugar,” because he is pale and has a pleasant grin. “I was given the name Suga because of my light skin, the way I smile, and how charming I am.

I chose this name because I want to advertise myself in a pleasant manner.” He is most stressed between the hours of midnight and 6 a.m., and he enjoys it.

He dislikes places where there are a lot of people or when there is a lot of noise. BTS members said Suga would be a turtle (Jungkook), a Lion trainer (Jimin), a Baseball player’s third batter/hitter (V), Candy (J-Hope), and a Rock (J-Hope) if he wasn’t human (Jin). Kanye West, Lupe Fiasco, Lil Wayne, and Hit Boy are his role models. He knows how to play the piano. Min Holly, his male dog, is his pet.


If he had to choose, RM’s dog, Rap Mon, would be the one Min Holly should date. He played Yoonji, a female transfer student, in Run BTS Episode 11. His parents were once the owners of a restaurant. He’s a fantastic cook.

He had slept for almost 20 hours the night before. He and Suran shared the Hot Trend Award for “Wine” at the 2017 Melon Music Awards. Kihyun from Monsta X, Heechul from Super Junior, and even Tablo from [Epik High] are among his close buddies.

In the Love Yourself Tour in Seoul DVD, he stated that he would like to become someone who spots and mentors fresh talent. Several rookies have stated that he has contacted them or provided flowers and encouragement.

Suga just began learning Judo, according to RM in Run BTS. He likes the character Kumamon, and the reason for this is because he thinks Kumamon is foolish. He bought his first album with his own money, which was an Eminem CD. Jimin saw him like a grandmother. Many supporters refer to him as a ‘Tsundere.’ Genius Lab’ is the name of his production studio.


She has five ear piercings in all. He prefers weather that allows him to wear short sleeves during the day and long sleeves at night. Due to very late hours working in his studio, he is frequently spotted napping. In his next life, he wishes to be reborn as a rock. In his lyrics, interviews, and the Burn the Stage documentary series, he has spoken openly about depression and social anxiety.

He hopes that talking about it will help to de-stigmatize it and normalize it. He’s had to choose between food and transportation expenditures because he couldn’t always afford both.

When he wrote songs and sold them, he wasn’t always paid. Sleeping, calm areas, and areas with no people are three things he enjoys. Dancing, noisy locations, and crowded locations are three things he despises. His interests include lying down, playing basketball and other sports, reading comic books, and shooting photographs. He possesses a valid driver’s license.


At one point, he desired a tattoo. He changed his mind, though, because he wants to perform humanitarian work in the future.

He’s not very good at Japanese. He has, however, been studying it on a regular basis and has really improved his skills. He has a straightforward personality. “Let’s live while having fun,” he says. It’s a big difference between doing music as a passion and doing it for a living.” He composes and writes songs on a daily basis.


What happened to Yoongi?

On November 3, 2020, the singer underwent shoulder surgery. On Saturday, January 9, 2021, the singer returned with the 35th Golden Disc Awards. At the awards event, the K-pop trio was also given the Bonsang Award for the Digital Song Division. “Everyone, I am Suga,” Suga stated at the same awards presentation. I’ve made it back.
I felt like I was being forgotten after not revealing my face for almost two months due to surgery. That is why I made every effort to return as quickly as possible.
So, yeah, Suga is returning to the stage. BigHit, BTS’ agency, had previously stated on November 6 that Suga had undergone shoulder surgery. On November 6 BigHit issued an official statement confirming that Suga had surgery on November 3 to repair his damaged shoulder labrum.
They stated that the surgery was successful, but Yoongi aka Suga is presently recovering and following all of the doctor’s instructions. Suga will also be unable to participate in the promotional activities for their new album BE, according to the agency.

Is BTS Suga royalty?

This idol rarely speaks about his family, but he did acknowledge one BTS fan rumor. Suga, true name Min Yoongi, is a member of the Yeoheung Min Clan, a powerful clan during the Joseon era, according to Pinkvilla. According to the story, Suga corroborated the information during a V-Live, adding that his family belonged to a high-ranking clan.
This clan produced Queen Inhyeon of King Sukjong, Queen Wongyeong of King Taejong, Empress Myeongseong, and Empress Sunmyeong, Korea’s last empress. Jin (Kim Seokjin) and V (Kim Taehyung) could be distant relatives if they are both members of the Gwangsan Kim Clan. These celebrities, on the other hand, have not confirmed their royal status.

Who is Suga’s wife?

Suga, a member of BTS, has released a romantic music video with his wife Emily Schneider.

Is Suga secretly fluent in English?

Suga may not speak English as frequently as the other members of BTS, but it does not imply he does not understand it. Suga contradicted RM (in English) by telling the interviewer how much he enjoyed watching her videos right after RM declared that none of the members could speak English. 

Summary of Yoongi:

Yoongi’s CEO gave him the nickname “Suga,” which is a variation of the term “sugar,” because he is pale and has a pleasant grin. “I was given the name Suga because of my light skin, the way I smile, and how charming I am.

He knows how to play the piano. In his next life, he wishes to be reborn as a rock. On Saturday, January 9, 2021, the singer returned with the 35th Golden Disc Awards. At the awards event, the K-pop trio was also given the Bonsang Award for the Digital Song Division.

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