BTS’s Taehyung and J-Hope went to a museum together and showed it off on Twitter, how did the idols get along?
The idols of BTS have created great bonds of friendship and they usually go out together and do many activities together, that’s how V and J-Hope had fun at the museum.
Since they were trainees, the members of Bangtan Sonyeondan shared a lot of time together, great experiences and moments that have remained in their minds and hearts; After more than 8 years of friendship, the ties between the BTS members are quite strong.
So we can see Bangtan idols together in different activities, even outside of the music and content they create for ARMY, these artists usually enjoy the company of their peers at any time, their beautiful friendship is invaluable and their closeness is always remarkable.
V and J-Hope are great friends within BTS, both are full of energy and tend to be very happy together, sometimes jokes are made, but at other times Hobi also scolds her younger brother when he should behave; but in small details is when both show their great affection.
This time, Tae and J-Hope went out to a museum and had a lot of fun, something they shared with ARMY and show us more of their moments together.
TAEHYUNG AND J-HOPE HAVE A FUN VISIT TO THE MUSEUM AND SHARE IT WITH ARMY
Through Twitter, J-Hope and Taehyung shared photos from their visit to the Leeum Art Museum, Samsung, they both had a lot of fun and admired the various works of art on display; The idols posed next to the pieces and were together having a good time.
In addition, they demonstrate their most intellectual and artistic side by going to these types of places where thousands of professionals expose their best work, something worthy of admiration from idols.
This is how Taehyung and Hoseok had fun times at this Art Museum together, and ARMY is always glad to see their idols spending more time together outside of their work hours.
BTS IDOLS ARE BIG MUSEUM FANS
Besides V and Hobi, RM, the leader of BTS, also loves to go to museums; Furthermore, the K-Pop group especially went to the MET Museum in New York as ambassadors for South Korea, an astonishing fact that further demonstrates Bangtan’s cultural impact.
BTS idols also love museums and seeing new artwork that could inspire their own work, plus they share it with ARMY, something the fandom loves to always see whether it’s via Twitter or Weverse.