BTS’s Suga Makes An Unexpected Cameo In A Filipino Film

All of BTS appear as well.

BTS are no strangers to making cameos in various TV shows and movies.

BTS | @bts_bighit/Twitter

The group has been referenced countless times in K-Dramas like Business Proposal, Our Blues, My Liberation Notes, Sh**ting Stars, Love All Play, and Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area.

The group has also made other unexpected TV cameos, like in a CBS sitcom, a Disney show, and a famous Mexican television series.

Now BTS have once again proven their global impact by making an unexpected cameo in an independent Filipino film, Broken Blooms.

Broken Blooms | manilastandard

Broken Blooms depicts the story of “a relationship that bloomed during the pandemic.

Director Louie Ignacio believes the film can “resonate with audiences across the globe” because of its heartwarming relatability.

In their [the characters] poor community, life is filled with so many difficulties. But solidarity and warmth among members are evident. And that is what makes the film universal, that is what makes the film resonate with audiences across the globe.

— Louie Ignacio

Louie Ignacio showing an award from Brasília International Film Festival | manilastandard

The incredible cast includes Jeric Gonzales, Therese Malvar, Royce Cabrera, Jaclyn Jose, and more. Because of both the phenomenal acting and storytelling, the cast and film have already won several awards at different international film festivals.

Some of the Broken Blooms cast with Louie Ignacio | manilastandard

And BTS’s ARMY were surprised to see that Broken Blooms mentioned Suga in one of the scenes included in the film’s trailer, which also featured several BTS posters.

The scene seems to reference how one of the characters, like many K-Pop fans, decorates their walls with posters of their favorite group and talks about them enough that their family can even know their bias’s name.

BTS’s Suga

There is certainly no denying BTS’s global impact.

You can watch a trailer for Broken Blooms here.

Source: manilastandard