BTS’s J-Hope Reveals Why He Wanted His “Lollapalooza” Performance To Be Perfect For His Fellow Members

He tirelessly practiced with one goal and his six groupmates in mind.

HYBE Labels recently partnered with Disney+ to bring fans around the globe two new projects with BTS.

(From left to right) BTS’s V, Suga, Jin, Jungkook, RM, Jimin, and J-Hope | Weverse

The popular streaming platform will release two documentaries, one featuring BTS as a group and another focusing on the making of J-Hope‘s debut solo album, Jack in the Box, along with his journey to his 2022 Lollapalooza performance.

Promotional photo from J-Hope’s documentary “J-Hope In The Box” | Weverse

The 85-minute film will reveal special never-before-seen details behind J-Hope’s solo debut, including footage from the legendary and star-studded Jack in the Box listening party.

J-Hope In The Box will be available to purchase for viewing on Weverse and will be available to subscribers on Disney+ on February 17.

Ahead of the film’s release, J-Hope gifted ARMYs a special interview, which he conducted himself.

In his J-Hope Meets Jung Hoseok interview with Disney+, the BTS member spills on his musical influences, his thoughts on the past, present, and future, saying goodbye to his twenties, and his feelings about his Lollapalooza performance.

BTS J-Hope’s “J-Hope meets Jung Hoseok” interview | Disney Plus Korea/YouTube

The interview was filmed shortly after J-Hope’s solo debut performance as the first Korean artist to be a headliner at the famous Lollapalooza music festival.

In his first major performance without his six fellow BTS members, J-Hope rocked the stage and attracted over 100,000 people to watch him in person and over 14.9 million people to tune in online.

J-Hope performing at “2022 Lollapalooza” | Weverse

J-Hope wanted the performance to be perfect, from the stage to lighting details, the setlist, and every dance move.

While he tirelessly worked to meet his own high standards, there was one thing that was most important to him, and it showed J-Hope’s true personality.

Even while preparing for his historic solo venture, he only had BTS in mind, wanting everything to be perfect to live up to BTS’s hard-earned reputation.

He emotionally revealed that he didn’t want to tarnish BTS’s name, which led him to practice until his moves became second nature.

Of course, J-Hope gave an incredible performance with fans and locals raving, making ARMYs and his fellow members proud.

For more on J-Hope’s upcoming documentary, check out the article below!

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