In a recent photo shoot and interview with 'The Star,' BTS showed their vibrant, optimistic sides.
When asked about being head of dance, j-hope said, "Honestly, it was really hard during our trainee days. I thought that forcibly making four people dance when they never danced before would make them feel burdened, so I worked hard to help them naturally feel that dancing is fun. We diligently practiced together until daybreak, too, so I'm grateful to the members who followed along well. I always had a bright personality. The name 'hope' became even brighter after debut thanks to fans' love. However, I want to show that I'm a sincere man when I'm being sincere."
Jin talked about being the oldest yet acting like the youngest and more. He said how he did not want to scold the younger members and felt that because Rap Monster and Suga acted as the dependable hyungs to the others, he wants to focus on making a lighter and brighter atmosphere. "I'm following the belief that the younger you act and think the younger you look," he said. "Cooking is hard so I gave up on that. I realized the others like delivered food more than my cooking. Honestly, before debut, I really wanted to act, but seeing as how I enjoy our concerts, I don't want to as much as before. I'll stay faithful to the main business and would like to try acting when the chance comes."