BTS is one of the most successful and popular bands in the world. In a recent interview with BBC, J-Hope revealed one habit he picked up from living with the members. He said that he’s picked up the habit of eating fast. You might be thinking that they eat fast as they have busy lives but that’s not the case. J-Hope said that if a member doesn’t eat fast, there won’t be any food left for him. Isn’t that quite funny?
In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, South Korean pop band BTS member J-Hope revealed how he strikes a balance between his consistently hopeful image with the ups and downs he faces in his life. He revealed how his outlook towards life has changed and he has begun seeing the bright side of his life. As an artist, he said that he has started showing more of his complex emotions through his music.
The singer added that things are really different from how they used to be. He said that he just tries to show who he really is. “I think that’s the most comfortable for me. Everybody has, you know, different sides from what they show. Of course, I do have a burden and pressure as an artist. I just take them in for what they are. I just try to express that I’m going to overcome these difficulties,” said J-Hope.
He went on say that all BTS members have become more natural throughout the years and have started showing real-life emotions. He even said, “Before we tried to only show [the fans] the good side, the bright side of us. As my name is J-Hope, I only tried to show the bright side of our group and myself. But as time passes by, one cannot feel the same way forever so I also felt other emotions.” He added that he tried to express those emotions through music or dialogue, to express them in a very beautiful way.”
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