Here’s What The BTS Members Look For In A Romantic Relationship, According To Their 2022 MBTI Results
Recently, the BTS members retook their Myers–Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) test and determined which of the 16 personalities suits them best. Check out what their results say about what they look for in a relationship below!
1. RM (ENFP)
An ENFP, known as the Campaigner, is someone with the Extraverted, Intuitive, Feeling, and Prospecting personality traits. In relationships, they can be very passionate and fall hard. They may approach their relationships optimistically, and spend time thinking about why things didn’t work out in past relationships.
They long to know and unconditionally accept everything about their partner, just as they long for that person to know and unconditionally accept them in return.
2. Jin and Jungkook (INTP)
An INTP, known as the Logician, is someone with the Introverted, Intuitive, Thinking, and Prospecting personality traits. Their ideal romantic partner isn’t just someone to pass the time with but someone who is an equal who can challenge their ideas. They may seem reserved at first but can show their playful and creative side once they let their guard down.
In their relationships, Logicians can use their ingenuity to keep things fresh and come up with clever, unexpected ways to make their partners feel special.
3. Suga (ISTP)
An ISTP, known as a Virtuoso, is someone with the Introverted, Observant, Thinking, and Prospecting personality traits. In relationships, they may need space as they are independent at heart. Nothing can be forced in their relationships, but with space, they will enjoy the comforts of a steady life partner.
When it comes to romantic relationships with Virtuosos, it’s a bit like nailing Jell-O to a tree. Dating Virtuoso personalities is a tango, complex and interesting, with alternating coldness and detachment, and passion, spontaneity and enjoyment of the moment.
4. J-Hope (INFJ)
An INFJ, known as the Advocate, is someone with the Introverted, Intuitive, Feeling, and Judging personality traits. They crave having the deepest connection possible in their relationships and take love seriously, just like they do with all connections in their life. Additionally, they look for ways to grow as individuals to strengthen their relationship.
As romantic partners, Advocates are warm, caring, honest, and insightful – and they patiently work to uncover their loved one’s innermost needs and desires.
5. Jimin (ESTP)
An ESTP, known as the Entrepreneur, is someone with the Extraverted, Observant, Thinking, and Prospecting personality traits. Their enthusiasm and unpredictability may make them thrilling dating partners. They are often adaptable, curious individuals, which helps keep the fire of their relationship alive.
Entrepreneurs’ relationships are far from boring. Their improvisational style creates a seemingly never-ending list of activities and hobbies to be involved in, and Entrepreneurs fully encourage their partners to partake.
6. V (INFP)
An INFP, or Mediator, is someone who possesses the Introverted, Intuitive, Feeling, and Prospecting personality traits. They are often considered hopeless romantics with an idealistic view of love and will never settle for less than their dream partner. When they fall in love, they are often devoted, passionate, and loyal.
Mediator personalities use their compassion and insight to understand the people they care about, and they draw on their creativity to make their partner feel special.
Watch how the members got their new results below!
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