BTS Jin’s Top 5 “Jin Hit” Moments Of 2020

5 of Jin’s best rebellious moments this year.

BTS‘s Jin lives life by his own rules — no matter what the company says! Here are 5 of his best “Jin Hit” moments in 2020, so far.

1. When the “Jin Hit Entertainment” meme came true

For years, ARMYs joked about Jin secretly taking over Big Hit Entertainment because of this photo. In 2015 Jin tweeted it with the caption: “Hello, because I’m handsome today, please change this Big Hit promotion sign.

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Fast forward to 2020. All seven BTS members are now shareholders for Big Hit Entertainment. That means Jin now owns part of the company for real. First step: shareholder. Next step: CEO?

2. When he told his idol how to do his job

In an episode of MAPLESTORY X BTS, Jin met Director Kang Won Ki at Nexon headquarters, aka the brain behind his favorite game, MapleStory.

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When Kang Won Ki dropped by for a visit, Jin greeted him by saying, “You took a lot of my money.”

Then he told the director what he should fix in the game!

3. Not for sale? Says who?

When BTS went shopping at their Map of the Soul pop-up store showcase, Jin tried to add a TV monitor to his basket.

RM interrupted Jin’s shopping spree…

…but that didn’t stop him from trying again!

4. His “broke rookie” side hustles

Jin comes from a family of entrepreneurs, so it’s no surprise that he’s business-minded. This year, he told Suga to sell Shooky‘s cookie friends to raise funds for BT21

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…and offered to sell the angel statue from BTS’s “Blood, Sweat & Tears” music video.

The statue is at director Lumpens’ company storage room, but he said he’ll give it to me. I’m selling – drop offers.

— Jin

He also thought about selling BTS’s appreciation plaques on Run BTS!

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5. His rebellious New Year’s resolution

One of Jin’s 2020 goals was learning the piano, but his busy schedule made that tough to do.

So, in true leJindary fashion, he decided to make a change. “I’ll fight harder with the company,” he said.

Fight with the company? Don’t you mean “negotiate”?

Oh, right. “Negotiate”. That’s definitely what he meant. Definitely.