At the end of 2021, BTS shocked fans when they created their own individual Instagram accounts. The members have set their comments to private, meaning only the rest of BTS can share their thoughts, and it’s led to some adorable interactions… almost as if ARMYs are witnessing the group’s personal chatroom.
Recently, the youngest member Jungkook gained attention after his activity on Instagram.
Jungkook has always sent the internet into meltdown with his activities on Instagram. Whether it’s deleting all of his posts to create a new aesthetic or having fun chatting with the members, Jungkook always makes an impact on social media.
Yet, many noticed that it’d been a long time since the youngest member had posted. His last photo was back in June after the release of his collaboration track with Charlie Puth. He didn’t even comment on any of his members’ posts…
BTS’s J-Hope recently stole the hearts of netizens after stealing the show during Lollapalooza and becoming the first ever Korean star to headline the festival.
After the show, J-Hope shared some images of the set with a heartfelt message about the show, thanking everyone for supporting him and sharing what the experience was like.
July 31, 2022 is going to be one of my greatest and unforgettable moments. Lollapalooza was one of the most important challenges of Jack in the Box. Preparing an hour-long show with me front and center was just one dread-filled moment after another, and I whipped myself forward as hard as I could, again and again, to practice for the show. Most of all, preparing every detail with so much attention and care made me learn along the way about who I really am.
As millions of ARMYs worldwide flocked to like the post, they noticed a change in the post on August 3 (KST). Rather than just showing the likes, there was a new comment from none other than Jungkook. In the comment, the idol couldn’t stop praising his hyung, adding, “You are awesome J-Hope.”
When the comment appeared on Twitter, ARMYs weren’t only excited to finally see Jungkook active on Instagram after 40 days, but that it was all because of his desire to support J-Hope.
One comment from jungkook on Instagram made us so happy it feels like finally we can breath he came on insta after 40 days
— Shru⁷ (@bangtinyboyys) August 3, 2022
jungkook opening instagram just to praise his hobi hyung oh there's tears in my eyes
— sen⁷ 🃏 slow (@sugatradamus) August 3, 2022
jungkook loves hobi so much
🐰 you’re cool jhope
🐰 jyahope lets goooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
🐰 so cool jhope let’s go
🐰 jyahope… pic.twitter.com/9fiGWvcxPV
— hourly jikook (@jikookhour) August 3, 2022
Yet, it isn’t the first time that Jungkook has used his Instagram to hype up J-Hope.
When it was first announced that J-Hope would be headlining Lollapalooza, J-Hope explained how much it means to him and that he’s ready to take on a new challenge. Of course, the idol always emphasizes his desire to put on a good show for ARMYs and it was no different for this event.
In the comments, Jungkook wrote, “Jya-hope let’s goooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!” and the number of exclamation marks proves that he’s just as excited to see his hyung perform on such a huge stage.
As always, Jungkook will always make sure to show his support for the members, even if it means finally returning to social media. J-Hope undoubtably made BTS and ARMYs proud and, although Jimin was the only one attending in-person, all the members would’ve been watching.
You can read more about Jungkook using his Instagram to be J-Hope’s personal “Hype Man” below.