BTS V’s MBTI Personality Type Has Officially Changed

Here’s everything it says about him!

Recently, BTS‘s V retook the Myers–Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) test to determine which of the 16 personality types he falls into. Previously, he shared he has an ENFP personality type, but according to his new results shared on Weverse, his MBTI type has changed!

V has become an INFP, also known as the “Mediator” personality type. The biggest difference from his previous personality type is that he is considered more introverted and needs some time to recharge his energy by being on his own.

INFPs are also known for their creativity and imagination, often losing themselves in their own daydreams.

V shows how easily he can come up with creative ideas when brainstorming unique ideas for Maple Story character designs, creating his BT21 character “Tata,” and spontaneously envisioning interior design ideas on Run BTS!.

This personality type is also empathetic and has deep relationships with loved ones. They can have “profound emotional responses to music, art, nature, and the people around them,” such as when he showed his appreciation for Jimin’s friendship during BTS Bon Voyage Season 2.

Mediators live for opportunities for creative self-expression as a means of showing their authentic selves (which shows why many famous people with INFP personalities are poets, writers, actors, and artists!). V’s love for art, photography, and fashion is a great example of this — not to mention his career as an idol!

Additionally, INFPs are often passionate about finding their life purpose, open-minded to new ideas, and driven to make the world a better place.

In terms of relationships, INFPs can often be considered “hopeless romantics.” They don’t just look for any partner — They search for their soulmate.

This dreamy personality type fits V perfectly and teaches ARMYs a little more about his creative, loving soul!

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