BTS’s J-Hope Wishes Jungkook A Happy Birthday Using Some Of The Most Iconic Hashtags Ever

J-Hope must be lurking on ARMY Twitter!

September 1 is a huge event in every ARMYs’ calender as it marks the birthday of BTS‘s youngest member Jungkook. Throughout the years, fans have watched Jungkook grow up in front of their eyes, so his birthday is a huge event for everyone.

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Along with the floods of messages from fans worldwide, BTS also treated ARMYs with a lot of content of Jungkook. All of the members celebrated Jungkook’s birthday in their own way, whether it was simple tweets, videos, or really handsome pictures of the idol.

One person who didn’t hold back when it came to treating ARMYs to content was member J-Hope. No matter which member or what occasion, the group’s “Happy Virus” always makes sure to find the best ways to celebrate!

BTS’s J-Hope | @uarmyhope/Instagram

J-Hope really treated ARMYs when he released unseen footage of Jungkook. He started by posting some adorable and handsome AF photos…

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Then, he shared some videos of Jungkook dancing during his iconic Jack in the Box solo debut album release party.

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He even sent the internet into meltdown with his last update after J-Hope found an old phone to bring back a pre-debut memory of the two together! He fittingly added the caption, “When we were young.”

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However, it was the post from the Jack In The Box viewing party that caught the attention of fans… all because of the hashtags.

While the first two were quite simple and appropriate, with “#jungkookbirthday” and “#JungkookThankYouForBeingBorn,” it was the next one that made them laugh. The last one read “# September_Husband_Who’s_Quicker_Than_Anyone_Else” and it quickly started a conversation with netizens.

At first, many thought J-Hope was referring to the fact Jungkook was his husband, but then others realized J-Hope was probably referring to the birthday polls that are common.

Even this year, in August, Jungkook won an online poll for a huge ad in Seoul. It was a fitting hashtag for the “Golden Boy” of K-Pop.

When the tweet was first shared, netizens couldn’t get over the fact that J-Hope wasn’t just using any hashtags and was making sure to use ones that fans had thought of.

While many made hilarious edits to show how happy they were that J-Hope was using the hashtags created by fans.

Shortly after, J-Hope surprised fans by replying to his own post, adding, “Sorry for my fault in #” before adding three new hashtags to his post, including, “#Thankful_ToBeNextTo_Jungkookie,” “#MasterJungkook_Please_LiveLongAndHealthily,” and “#Jungkookie_YouHaveToBe_Happy_Ok?”

When this tweet came out, netizens couldn’t stop laughing at J-Hope’s reply, even sharing past videos of the members saying, “Sorry for my fault.”

J-Hope is always someone that goes above and beyond for netizens, so it wasn’t surprising that he had to leave just one more tweet for fans. In the final reply, he wrote, “Just happend lol…” with a lot of cute emojis.

When it comes to social media, whether it’s Twitter, Instagram, or Weverse, J-Hope always goes above and beyond for ARMYs and his members. The thought in each post for Jungkook shows just how close the two members are, and hopefully, they got to celebrate together.

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BTS’s J-Hope Celebrates Jungkook’s Birthday With Never-Before-Seen Photos And Videos For ARMY

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