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  1. BTS Website | Japanese Website | YouTube (2) (3) Twitter (2) (3) | V Live | Fancafe | Instagram Weibo | Facebook | Soundcloud | Spotify | Blog
  2. terrible gfx by Maphisto40 J-Hope image credit
  3. © HOPE SMILING © VOLLMOND © Baidu J-Hope Bar // © hopefully © the ho’s
  4. In anticipation for the mixtape, let's discuss our favourite Hoseok parts on BTS songs. It would be great if you could explain why you love the part and what meaning it holds to you. His parts are a lot people's fav and its only fitting to discuss.
  5. Hoseok's Dimples Thread Because although RapMon's dimples are the deepest face-ditches I've ever seen, we need to spread some love for Hobi's mini dimples. And because I have a thing for guys with dimples. credits. Even science can't explain my love for Hobi's dimples.
  6. Edit: Updated with Eng Subs! Raws in spoilers below.
  7. Pre-debut w/ Jimin and Jungkook focus (March 2013) w/ Jimin and Jungkook (July 2013) (December 2014) BTS Begins solo practice (2015) (August 2015) (September 2015) w/ Jimin (October 2015) - 1 (video does work) (October 2015) - 2 (video does work) Solo w/ Jungkook w/ Jimin and V Practice for Boy Meets Evil
  8. So these are tear bags (aka "aegyo-sal" in Korean) Someone analyzed BTS's eyes a while back here & in the meantime, I also noticed that Jin, J-hope & especially Jimin (and sometimes jungkook?) have very prominent naturally-occurring tear bags, and therefore squishier eyesmiles >3< Jin J-hope Jimin (especially. It's what makes his eyesmile so squishy <3 ) Ft. the rest of BTS Not sure if anyone really would have collections of these maybe I'm just weird, but if anyone has more eye smile/tear bag pics, please share~ Fun fact, when i googled "taehyung tear bags" i just got a bunch of gucci bags. Wat...
  9. Alright... finally tackling J-hope! Rap line... why you gotta have so many hair colors lol. Here's a general thread of all the colors he's had that I could find. Though if you want a lovely thread of just forehead black haired Hobi, go visit KookieMochi's thread 8D [link] (^From x) Let's a go! 2013 2014 2015 2016 - Once again, thank you to blueyart's thread. 2017 2018 To be continued~ Do you know how many times I had to stop and sob at how aesthetic he was. I was blinded by sunshine FML Namjoon is next/final one... he hasn't had black hair since 2015... wish me luck...
  10. one of the 1000000 things that drives me insane about hobi is his face when he dances. i physically. can not. ex. 1: ex. 2: do i even need an ex. 3 here's one anyways i'm sure you haven't but remember rainsim? remember that stage? in conclusion j-hope is perfect and his looks can kill and if u have any gifs of hobi's expressions while he dances pls share them with me so i can cry more thank u he knows u can't resist ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
  11. Yep, it's exactly as the title says. You can blame @Israa and @Whalien for any issues with your heart due to this thread, because they're the ones who urged me to make it (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧ Let's take a moment to appreciate black-haired forehead!Hoseok. #FreeTheForehead And here's some more black-haired Hobi in general: Have fun~
  12. Former V stan Dispatch is now smitten with our hope, our angel, the one-and-only Jung Hoseok. Look how gorgeous he is on Dispatch's latest Instagram posts! Of course, who better to stan than the man who gave us the masterpiece that is Hope World? Check these out: Update: More content~ (1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9 - 10 - 11 - 12) Sources: dispatch news, @koreadispatch (1) (2) (3)
  13. BTS’s J-Hope Sets Even Higher Record For Korean Solo Artists As “Hope World” Rises On Billboard 200 J. K | March 13, 2018 J-Hope’s mixtape has soared to a higher spot on the Billboard 200 chart! Last week, BTS member J-Hope became the highest-ranking Korean solo artist on the Billboard 200 chart when his mixtape “Hope World” entered at No. 63, with less than a day of sales. The Billboard 200 ranks the most popular albums in the United States, and the chart is based on traditional album sales, track equivalent albums, and streaming equivalent albums. Billboard has now released its charts for the week ending in March 17, and J-Hope’s “Hope World” has risen to No. 38 on the Billboard 200! This means he’s set a new record for Korean solo artists. Meanwhile, “Hope World” remains at No. 1 on the World Albums chart for the second week in a row, while “Daydream” soars up to No. 1 on the World Digital Song Sales chart. “Hope World” also debuted on the Rap Albums chart at No. 19 this week and rose to No. 36 on the Canadian Albums chart. In addition, J-Hope has climbed to No. 91 on the Artist 100 chart and remains at No. 3 on the Emerging Artists chart. Congratulations to J-Hope! Original article at Soompi.
  14. Will edit with translations once there is one.
  15. 3/8/2018 by Xander Zellner Plus, Rich The Kid Holds at No. 1 & Blac Youngsta hits the top 10. BTS member J-Hope (full name: Jung Ho-seok) makes his solo debut on Billboard's charts, as he bows at No. 3 on the Emerging Artists chart (dated March 10). J-Hope's debut is powered by his first solo EP, Hope World, which arrives at No. 63 on the Billboard 200 with 9,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending March 1, according to Nielsen Music. Notably, he notches the highest rank ever for a solo K-pop artist on the Billboard 200; BTS, meanwhile, holds the overall record among K-pop acts, having hit No. 7 on Oct. 7, 2017, with Love Yourself: Her. Of the opening-week unit sum for Hope World, 8,000 were in traditional album sales, sparking the set's launch at No. 1 on the sales-based World Albums chart. J-Hope concurrently sends three tracks onto World Digital Song Sales, led by "Daydream" at No. 3. The Emerging Artists chart uses the same formula as the all-encompassing Billboard Artist 100, which measures artist activity across multiple Billboard charts, including the Billboard Hot 100, Billboard 200 and the Social 50. However, the Emerging Artists chart excludes acts that have notched a top 25 entry on either the Hot 100 or Billboard 200, as well as artists that have achieved two or more top 10s on Billboard's "Hot" song genre charts and/or consumption-based "Top" album genre rankings. J-Hope is the third member of BTS to reach the Emerging Artists chart. RM (full name: Kim Nam-joon) was the first, as he debuted and peaked at No. 46 on Jan. 3 on the strength of Fall Out Boy’s "Champion," on which he's featured. Agust D (who goes by Suga in BTS and whose full name is Min Yoon-gi) was the second, as he also debuted and peaked at No. 46 on the March 3-dated chart. Rich The Kid leads the Emerging Artists chart for a second week, as his breakthrough single "New Freezer," featuring Kendrick Lamar, jumps 46-42 on the Billboard Hot 100 and holds at its No. 22 high on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. His "Plug Walk" also vaults from No. 69 to No. 55 on the Hot 100. "Freezer" drew 18.2 million radio audience impressions (up 20 percent), 13.2 million U.S. streams (up 4 percent) and 5,000 downloads sold (up 4 percent) in the tracking week. Rounding out the Emerging Artists' top five are country acts Devin Dawson (3-2), Jordan Davis (8-4) and Walker Hayes (2-5). Among other Emerging Artists moves, Blac Youngsta vaults 29-6, entering the top 10 for the first time as his album 223 opens at No. 17 on Top Rap Albums, No. 22 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and No. 42 on the Billboard 200 with 12,000 units. He also makes his Hot 100 debut with "Booty" at No. 81. Check out this week’s full Emerging Artists chart here.
  16. Read more here. BTS' J-Hope followed in the footsteps of fellow bandmates RM and Suga by releasing his own mixtape on March 1, Hope World. The Billboard 200 for the week ending March 10 showed it entering at No. 63, and first singles "Daydream" and "Airplane" have been massive YouTube hits. "Daydream" keeps things light but super catchy, and as J-Hope awakens in the end, the shadow of an imposing airliner crosses his wall. Now we know that shadow was presaging the powerful bounce on "Airplane" which manages to be bumping and luxurious at the same time.
  17. BTS' J-Hope Enters the Billboard 200, Earns Highest Entry for a Solo K-Pop Act 3/5/2018 by Jeff Benjamin Peter Ash Lee - J-Hope photographed on Jan. 19, 2018 at Korea House in Seoul. The rapper's "Hope World" mixtape soars into the charts in less than one day of sales. Fans were eagerly awaiting to enter J-Hope's Hope World, and now the BTS member has the chart stats to prove it. J-Hope's solo release Hope World debuts at No. 63 on the Billboard 200 with 9,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending March 1, according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 8,000 were in traditional album sales, helping it open at No. 1 on the sales-based World Albums chart and at No. 16 on Top Album Sales. The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week in the U.S. based on multi-metric consumption, which includes traditional album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA). The new March 10-dated chart (where Bon Jovi's This House Is Not for Sale returns to the No. 1 spot) will be posted in full on Billboard's websites on Tuesday (March 6). J-Hope now becomes the highest-charting K-pop solo act on the Billboard 200. To date, only four other solo acts have broken into America's definitive album chart with BoA (whose self-titled album hit No. 127 in 2009), Taeyang (whose Rise peaked at No. 112 in 2014 and held the record for highest-charting K-pop LP until now), Jonghyun (whose posthumous release Poet/Artist bowed at No. 117) and G-Dragon (who has sent three entries to the chart since his 2012 debut with One of a Kind at No. 161). As the long-awaited latest solo release from BTS (following leader RM's eponymous mixtape in 2015 and Suga's Agust D release in 2016), Hope World and its enthusiastic response are expected but still odd-defying in many ways. The first comes from the timing with BTS' official Twitter account sharing the music video to lead single "Daydream" on Thursday, March 1, at 10:00 a.m. EST, and the full mixtape released minutes later. The timing means that Hope World had mere hours before Nielsen Music ended their sales tracking for the week in the U.S. that Friday. While G-Dragon also accomplished a similar feat -- earning his best U.S. sales week yet with Kwon Ji Yong's one day of sales last year -- he didn't do so with a tape that was also available for free. Hope World was released for free download, as well as on streaming and digital download platforms with the latter platforms helping the release sell thousands of copies and further proving BTS fans' famously loyal support. Past the albums charts, J-Hope also sends three tracks to the World Digital Song Sales chart led by "Daydream" at No. 3, the anthemic intro track "Hope World" at No. 16, plus trap cut "Hangsang," featuring Supreme Boi, at No. 23. But the chart accomplishments don't just extend to albums and songs but to the man himself. J-Hope also makes his debut on the Artist 100 chart at No. 97 to become just the fifth K-pop act and second solo K-pop act (after PSY) on the weekly ranking of the top 100 artists on the charts. The 24-year-old also debuts at No. 3 on the Emerging Artists chart where his fellow band mates RM and Suga (as Agust D) have both peaked at No. 46. BTS' success on the Billboard charts was already boundary pushing, but the fact that the support continues with its individual members further indicates the BTS guys hitting a new level of superstardom. source
  18. Pre-debut Graduation Song (cover of Young, Wild & Free) w/ Jimin and Jungkook Lyrics Beautiful (cover) w/ Jimin, V, and Jungkook Lyrics 안아줘 Hug me (cover) w/ V Lyrics 1 Verse (first solo song) Lyrics Boy Meets Evil (WINGS Intro) Lyrics MAMA (WINGS solo) Lyrics Hope World (2018 mixtape) Get the mixtape here: Lyrics:
  19. BTS FANS TREND #WHEREISHOSEOK WORLDWIDE WHEN HE DOESN’T SHOW UP WITH JIMIN AT THE AIRPORT #WhereIsHoseok Ever since BTS‘ North American partner Eshy Gazit, posted this on his Instagram, fans have been anxious to see what he was hinting at, especially since they’ve all been waiting for J-Hope to drop his mixtape “Hixtape”. https://twitter.com/Koreaboo/status/960805834518183938 Since February 15 marks 9 days, fans are anxiously watching J-Hope’s every move, so when Jimin returned from his Japan trip without J-Hope everyone was on edge. https://twitter.com/eeileenguzman/status/963672526487506945 And fans went on a frenzy trending #WhereIsHoseok to try and get some answers. https://twitter.com/explicitlymyg/status/963678946477912066 In fact, they were more concerned with finding J-Hope than finding a Valentine’s date. https://twitter.com/Sugaa_ful/status/963676678915547137 https://twitter.com/kookieeness/status/963678806060994562 Some ARMYs thought they had found him… https://twitter.com/gottajungk00k/status/963680727085830146 https://twitter.com/overflowingsin/status/963683953524772867 But alas the photos were old, and the search is still on for J-Hope! https://twitter.com/bangtan4ever95/status/963689108617998338 From: https://www.koreaboo. com/news/bts-fans-trend-whereishoseok-worldwide-twitter/
  20. j-hope of K-Pop Sensation BTS Has His Own Story to Tell on New Solo Mixtape By RAISA BRUNER 5:02 PM EST Allow j-hope to introduce himself — and to welcome us to Hope World, the K-pop superstar’s debut solo mixtape. J-hope, 24, born Jung Ho-seok, is one of seven members of BTS, one of the most popular boy bands in the world. But the release of his independent project doesn’t spell any kind of end of the BTS reign. In fact, he is the third member of the group to put out an individual mixtape, giving their army of global fans a taste of his own artistic vision — without fracturing the boy band unity. “The team always comes first, so I focused on our projects as BTS and tried to make time in the hotel room, on the airplane, and whenever I could find a few minutes,” he says of the two-year-long process of developing Hope World, which he considers “my calling card to the world.” Best known in BTS for his rapping and his background as a former competitive street dancer, the young star was discovered by BigHit Entertainment’s founder and CEO Bang Si-hyuk thanks to his sharp moves. On Hope World, he gets to flex his own voice, crafting a set of songs that fans of rap and pop can enjoy even if they don’t speak a word of Korean. The mixtape opens with an adventure inspired by Jules-Verne, then delves into his personal reflections on fame and success, anthems for positivity and party tracks, all layered over a mix of instantly catchy trap, dance and tropical beats. Here, j-hope shares exclusively with TIME the stories behind this collection of solo tracks, whose messages — despite the language difference — certainly don’t get lost in translation. TIME: Why did you want to release a mixtape? What sets this apart from BTS music? j-hope: My fantasy had always been making a music video and performing with music that I had created. I also wanted to put my own story to music and share it with the world. [BTS members] RM and SUGA releasing their own mixtapes was the motivation for my own project. I have been and continue to be deeply influenced by them, from the day we began to where we are today, and I always thought it was awesome that they were telling their own personal stories and making music in their own styles. I started dancing first, but felt I could also tell my story through my music. There are elements of trap, EDM, Caribbean beats and futuristic funk-soul mixed together across the mixtape. But most of all, you’re clearly leaning in to all forms of rap. What artists and sounds inspired you most? I actually don’t preoccupy myself with “I’m going to do this kind of rap in this kind of genre” kind of thinking when I work. I went with and got my beats from what appealed to me, what drew me in and what felt good. The way I work is very on-the-spot flow, and I write the rap and the music as I feel them coming. I drew inspiration for this mixtape from artists like KYLE and Aminé. I also have to mention the heavy influence of Joey Bada$$. These are all artists I highly respect, and I’d love to do projects with them in the future. The first song, “Hope World,” opens up with a water splash sound, and the lyrics mention being under the sea. What’s the journey you’re taking? I remember being captivated by Jules Verne’s Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea when I read it as a kid. I think I took myself back to that place for new inspiration and brought back a part of it as the motive to start writing Hope World. It’s an introduction to people who are brand new to [me] with me as Captain Nemo showing you around just as the submarine in the book cruised around the world’s oceans. I know this might sound really corny, but I invite you to pretend to be Professor Aronnax as you listen to this song and take a journey through my world [laughs]. What does it mean to be a “Piece of Peace,” which is the title of one of the songs? I thought it would be hugely meaningful for me if I can become, like my namesake, hope for someone in the world — not even some grandiose peace but just a small shard of it. I first started out by thinking, “It’d be fantastic to become a part of someone’s personal peace through my music,” and while working on the beats thought about the kind of message I can send out to my own generation living with their worries and burdens. I wanted to talk about peace even though I knew that it was a weighty topic, and I tagged on “pt. 1” to the title because I want to keep talking about it. The voices of the other BTS members appear on “Airplane.” Did they contribute in other ways? It was so special. I felt that group vocals for “Airplane” coming from all the BTS members who’ve been together through this journey would create an even more heartfelt song. I first asked our member and my friend RM to do the hook for the song. He agreed and worked really hard to make the recording, but we kept talking and came to the agreement that building the hook with just my voice and ending the song on it would create a deeper emotional impact. I could see it too, so unfortunately our leader’s voice had to stay behind in the editing room. I want to take this chance to thank once again [RM] and all the members. I have the gang vocals and RM’s rap on my phone, and I can’t wait for a chance to put it up on social media and share it with everyone! Also on “Airplane,” near the end you brush off the haters: “Don’t give a damn, I’m just happy / I made it.” Do you feel that you’ve “made” it as an artist now? I think “making it,” as you say, means different things to different people. I was sitting in an airplane when I was writing these verses, a first-class seat no less, and it dawned on me that I was in the airplane, in the seat and living the glorious life I’d only dreamed about when I was young, and had somehow gotten used to now. But then and now, I’m still the same person, the same j-hope. My thoughts on life haven’t changed very much. But my world has gone through incredible changes. I think it was that experience of being with my fans around the world and stepping back on Korean soil that it hit me, “Man, I think I’ve made it…” For me, the joy that I have right now and the amazing love I’m getting is how I define my success. “Base Line” is an intense rap track that sees you flexing over record-scratch sounds. What does this song mean to you? What is your “base line”? To be honest, I didn’t expect a lot from this track. I was thinking in terms of an interlude between songs, and I think I was as relaxed as I could be writing this song, but then I heard the mix master track and it floored me. It might not be all that to anyone else [laughs]. I just wanted to give a story about how I started, the “baseline” of my life. People don’t really know how I got into music. These days, the baseline that’s behind my life is my deep gratitude for my life and my work. You can see that too in the lyrics. Everything I am comes from this deep gratitude I have. “Daydream” seems like a particularly personal song — but it’s also a fun beat to dance along with. What story does it tell? People know me, and I know I’m a person in the public’s eye. I wanted to show that behind this public figure is an ordinary guy named Jung Ho-seok. I wanted to use this as an outlet to talk about the desires and wishes that every person in the world has but that I have to hold down and cover up because of having chosen this line of work. Daydreaming is, of course, dreaming while wide awake about things generally outside our reach. But even if these dreams might never become reality, lining these dreams up in my head still gave me comfort. I thought expressing this topic in the wrong way might make it way too heavy, so I wanted to put it to something bouncy and fun. You’re now the third BTS member to put out a mixtape after RM and SUGA. Who’s going to be next? First, it’s such an honor to have the opportunity to make this mixtape. All of our members are interested in creative work and have the deepest passion for music, so I wouldn’t be surprised if we see a mixtape from anyone. Right now, we’re all focused on the new BTS album. We’re always working on and creating new things, and I hope you can continue to show us your love and stay with us in our exciting journey. source
  21. I am making a gallery of Hobi, please send photos of this ray of sunshine.
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  23. BTS’s J-Hope Gains Amazing Number Of Views In 24 Hours On “Daydream” MV J. K | March 2, 2018 BTS member J-Hope’s new MV has achieved an impressive number of views in the first 24 hours! J-Hope released his mixtape “Hope World” on March 2 at midnight KST, as well as a music video for his new song “Daydream.” As of March 3 at midnight KST (only 24 hours after its release), the music video had reached 12,181,987 views! To put the number in perspective, BTS’s “DNA” holds the record for the highest views on a K-pop group MV within the first 24 hours with 20,975,068 views. BTS also achieved the second most views in the first day by a K-Pop group MV, with 13,987,276 views on their “MIC Drop” remix. J-Hope’s MV would not be included on this list as he is a solo artist for this release, and PSY continues to hold the record for the most views in 24 hours by a solo K-pop artist with 38.4 million on “Gentleman.” However, achieving over 12 million views in the first day is an amazing achievement for any artist! In addition, the “Daydream” MV now has over 2.2 million likes on YouTube. Watch J-Hope’s “Daydream” MV here, and see if you can find the hidden BTS member that J-Hope told fans to look for! Source (1) Original article at Soompi.