On February 11, Seventeen's unit BSS appeared on Park So Hyun's Love Game radio show to promote their newest title track, Fighting featuring Lee Youngji.
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Radio host Park So Hyun asked Hoshi about his recent appearance on SUGA's show Suchwita.
Hoshi revealed what happened after the filming: Actually, Suga-hyung and I didn't have contact before, so that was the first time we got to have a conversation. Hyung took really good care of me, and because we are in the same company, we got to talk about stuff only we know about, and he gave me some advice. After it ended, we went up to hyung's studio, and he let me listen to his (unreleased) songs.
Park So Hyun also noticed that SUGA commented on Hoshi's Instagram post. It surprised ARMY and Carats because SUGA has never liked or commented on a post that didn't belong to a BTS member.
Seventeen members confirmed it and added: Actually, I didn't know he would do that. He isn't the type to usually do that.
Hoshi continued his story: He also bought me a meal. He brought me somewhere really tasty. I realized that he's a really warm-hearted person. We didn't have contact before, but he continued to take care of me after the show so I was really thankful.
The radio host ended Hoshi's story by thanking him: Suga-ssi, thank you, and we love you. And Hoshi himself added I love you, hyung!
Fans of both BTS and Seventeen were delighted to see how close the idols became in a short period of time.
Episode 4 of SUGA's show with Hoshi as a guest surpassed 3.4 million views on YouTube and has been trending on YouTube South Korea since the release.