BTS’s J-HopeFj Gets His First Tattoo: Following ARMYs’ snatches of information and hearsay, it appears that BTS’ J-Hope has formally declared that he has finally gotten his friendship tattoo and is ready to show it off to the world.
It seemed that all ARMYs can speak about right now is the friendship tattoos that BTS has been promoting for a few months. ARMYs are always on the lookout for fresh ink, especially if it’s the “friendship tattoo,” whenever the members make an appearance.
V was the first member to reveal the group’s plans for matching tattoos when replying to a fan on Weverse earlier this year.
ARMY: Don’t get a tattoo!!!!!!!!!!
V: That’s something I’ll decide on my own, and the members and I always talked about getting a friendship tattoo. We’re going to get a friendship tattoo one day. Look forward to it 🥰🥰
After uploading a photo of his ankle with a little seven, leader RM was the first to display his.
Since the announcement, fans have been wondering if all of the members have had them done, and if so, where! In a recent Instagram photo, J-Hope appears to have finally shown his first-ever tattoo.
J-Hope shared a series of photos on Instagram on June 15 (KST) with the phrase “Yet To Come,” referring to the group’s latest music video from their album PROOF. BTS’s J-Hope posted photos from the music video shoot in the photos.
However, the first photograph stood out the most since it was so unlike the others. It revealed a little “7,” which appears to be J-friendship Hope’s tattoo, which is visible just above his ankle.
Korean ARMYs revealed that while the members of BTS were prerecording for the music show Inkigayo, J-Hope had shared his tattoo with them while they weren’t performing. However, this will be the first opportunity for most ARMYs to witness the tattoo in its entirety.
Many people now believe that the designs have a pattern, which they believe is linked to each member’s unique handwriting from Map of the Soul: 7.
Given that the members had revealed that they would be focused on solo projects, for the time being, the unveiling of the “7” tattoo seemed especially significant, demonstrating that BTS will always be present. As a result, when the photographs were shown to the ARMYs, they were understandably excited and emotional.
It would’ve been a huge issue for J-Hope, especially in comparison to Jungkook and Jimin, because it’s his first tattoo. V also said that the significance of the friendship tattoo and where to get one contributed to him not getting one yet.
BTS appears to be gradually showing their tattoos, and because they have the same design and have it in the same spot, J-Hope and RM have them in different places. With everything going on, it’s a good reminder that BTS is always “7” and will always be there for each other and their ARMYs.