BTS’s J-Hope Proves He’s Also A HYYH Era Fan In Recent Weverse Response

Fans of the HYYH era are not alone!

BTS has been steadily releasing content ahead of their comeback on June 10.

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Fans have been looking for any signs that could reveal hints about what to expect from BTS’s anticipated comeback.

BTS’s HYYH, or “Most Beautiful Moment In Life,” era is beloved by ARMYs, who have been hoping for more related content. Luckily, a few signs point to BTS’s return to the legendary era. ARMYs were thrilled when they found an HYYH era hint in Suga‘s “door version” concept photo.

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In his photo, Suga holds a compass in his hand. Fans could link the symbol of a compass back to an illustrated lyrics book BTS released in their HYYH era, where Suga was seated next to a compass. Suga also referenced a compass in a fancafe post in 2016.

Before the “door version” concept photos were released, the BTS members were posting subtle hints that could be traced back to the HYYH era.

With the clues lined up, fans hope to see a continuation of the HYYH storyline. The HYYH era is one that fans have not been able to be able to let go of, even when RM said fans should move on from it.

There is another fan of the HYYH era, and it’s none other than J-Hope! The idol spent time answering fans’ questions on Weverse today and commented on the beloved era.

BTS released a new dance practice video from their archive of their song “Butterfly.” The song was released on “The Most Beautiful Moment in Life, Pt. 2,” an HYYH era mini album. The throwback prompted a user to post about the nostalgia on Weverse.

The fan originally posted that they were captivated by the HYYH era once again, “ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ I caught the Most Beautiful Moment In Life disease again after watching Butterfly today hoo ㅠㅡㅠㅠㅠㅠ

J-Hope revealed he related by replying, “What about me who already binge-watched it yesterday….. Legendary songs…“Proving that fans are not alone in their love of the era.

You can check out the throwback dance practice video below!