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BTS Confessions: J-Hope

Credit goes to and for the idea and ownership of these Confession posts:



Thoughts on Confession #1: ARMYs know all too well that J-Hope is our fluffy ball of sunshine. He’s the reason we have springs in our steps and smiles on our faces. But what happens when the fluffy ball of sunshine turns into a storm cloud? Boy, I can hear the thunder already.

I think a great example of J-Hope getting mad was in the dance battle they had on American Hustle Life. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, here’s the clip of it:

In a nutshell, the video is about BTS and a group of American dancers facing off. In the face of a challenge, it’s clear that J-Hope has a fire about him, especially when the challenge has to do with dancing – which in case you didn’t know, is totally his thing. It also helps that in the previous round, Jiminie was pushed off by that rude dancer dude.

So I guess what I’m trying to say is that I would have no problem with J-Hope showing more of his tough and dangerous side, as long as he remains our happy, joyful Hobi on the inside.



Thoughts on Confession #2: Funny enough, if you watch the video I mentioned above, you’ll see how good Hobi really is at dancing. It’s my understanding that him, Jiminie and Jungkookie actually form the Dance Line of BTS (not sure if this is an official thing, but it’s what I’ve heard). There’s no doubt in my mind that Hobi is a fantastic dancer, and BigHit knows it too, by giving J-Hope a bunch of dance solos in songs such as We Are Bulletproof Pt. 2, and even performed at the 2014 MAMA Awards show alongside Jimin:

When it comes to Hobi and dancing, is he underrated? I would say so. But there’s no doubt in my mind that those who know about his massive talents in dance are surely going to let others know about it. (;



Thoughts on Confession #3: I think this Confession post may have been written by me. Just kidding, it’s not mine. But I totes agree. (;



Thoughts on Confession #4: You said it, sister. Do you mind if I call you ‘sister’? Probably, my real sister thinks I’m annoying. 😂 She’d happily hand me over. Well, she’s not wrong.

Anyway, back to the Confession. 🙂

Hobi is our hope. ❤



Thoughts on Confession #5: Why is so adorkable? I actually love his hair in that picture, like when his forehead is showing. (One time, my friend told me people started a petition for J-Hope to show his forehead again and my first thought was, “Where do I sign up?” XD) But anyway, he’s always flawless, no matter what hair style he has, as long as our Hobi is smiling, I’m smiling.



Thoughts on Confession #6: I really hate the fact that not many people have Hobi as their bias is holding them back. But that’s the entertainment industry for you. Without fans – and I mean, hardcore fangirls (or fanboys, I don’t discriminate), you can’t really get anywhere and that’s the truth. I mean, you can be the most talented person on Earth but you won’t be able to get anywhere if you don’t have a strong fanbase. And that’s what I wish Hobi had going for himself. He’s a part of BTS, this K-Pop band that’s gaining more popularity by the minute so he’s definitely getting recognition. But in terms of trying to be known as an individual artist, it’s hard to be recognized for your own, unique talents. And that goes for everyone, not just J-Hope. Everyone is trying to make it in this world, one way or another. I just wish everything didn’t have to be a popularity contest.

But aside from his talents as a musician and dancer, Hobi is the type of person that anyone would be lucky to get to know. I wish more people could see that it’s not all about looks in the K-Pop industry. You have to have substance, too – which is exactly what Hobi is all about. He seems so genuine, down to Earth and trustworthy. I envy his future lover.


Majority of the Confession posts I found regarding J-Hope focused on the fact that he has such a positive outlook on life that influences and inspires (infires) many others. However, at the same time, he’s also one of the most underrated members of BTS, which I hope (see what I did there?) will change in the coming future. Yes, he’s got the looks (then again, don’t they all?), but how about we zero in on that shining personality of his, eh?





I’m extremely LGBTQ+ friendly and I love to read novels for young adults. I also like to dabble in Korean pop culture. I’m quite knowledgeable in (dead) memes and vines, and can usually be found bopping to the Wii channel music while doing calculus homework.

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