ARMYs may have missed J-Hope’s Hope on the Street from BTS. When the group’s rapper asked her fans for topic ideas, one suggested returning her dance show.
J-Hope has played a number of themes so far. Fans have seen him look like a boyfriend material, wearing retro styles and even donning the most fashionable OOTDs.
But in the midst of it all, fans want to see him as a 27-year-old dancer. Abbreviated as HOTS, it’s a series of dance videos that he usually livestreams or records to show off his freestyle moves.
Sometimes he has various guest appearances, including his BTS colleagues, as reported by Koreaboo. Now that the guys have their own Instagram accounts, fans want this dance series to return in the form of a video update.
It could be an Instagram story, a reel, or some other feature where you can see J-Hope get back on her feet. There are many ideas he has yet to explore and they want to see anything but the best of him.
Hope on the Street is produced by J-Hope himself. He makes street dance videos, which he usually uploads to the official BTS YouTube channel. Now the clips are mostly uploaded to their official Twitter page.
That just goes to show how creative the songwriter is. His hobbies reflect his personality. While dancing he can tell stories through choreography, while while writing songs he can express himself even more through words.
He also combines his musical interest with his other hobbies, which he mostly shows in YouTube videos, live streams and social media posts. Sometimes he also lets his fans take a look at his work in the studio or in the practice room.
J-Hope used to be a dancer before joining BTS, as reported by Elite Daily. He attended Joy Dance Academy when he was 10 and stayed there until he was 16.
At a young age he learned how to drive buses so that he wouldn’t miss a single lesson. He was so committed that he is now reaping what he has sown.
In middle school he was the youngest member of a Gwangju dance team called NEURON. He even showed his time with this group when he did a Chicken Noodle Soup cover in 2019.
He then became a background dancer for other artists such as GLAM and Jo Kwon. Who would have thought that from here they would become a member of the global K-pop phenomenon?
J-Hope now trains for hours for BTS, dances in his spare time and even films dance clips for Hope on the Street. He was also the mentor of a group of interns on the show UNDER NINETEEN.