What It Would Be Like To Date BTS’s Jimin—According To His MBTI Personality Type
Even though you’ll never date a BTS member, it’s still fun to imagine what it would be like. Luckily, the members have all taken the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator personality test (also known as MBTI), which reveals a lot about how a person would act in a relationship. Jimin’s personality type is ENFJ, also known as the Protagonist—here’s what it would be like to date a Protagonist like him.
Of all the 16 MBTI personality types, few are more eager to settle down in a loving relationship than ENFJs. According to his personality type, Jimin would feel at his best when he’s in a relationship, which is why he’d take the process seriously and look for long-term commitment from the start.
From the moment you start dating a Protagonist, they’ll start showing their commitment and effort. The beginning of a relationship can be an emotional rollercoaster, but ENFJs like Jimin can handle that—as long as the two of you always talk things out.
When Protagonists like Jimin have problems in a relationship, it’s often because they’re too eager to please their partner. Sometimes Protagonists can be a little needy, but most people wouldn’t mind a guy like Jimin being clingy with them!
When you’re dating an ENFJ, as long as you’re happy, they’re happy. Personality theory says Jimin’s main focus would be helping you achieve your dreams, no matter how much effort he needs to put in. Of course, you’d have to remind him not to forget about his own needs.
MBTI says that as long as you appreciate the unique qualities of a Protagonist like Jimin, you’ll enjoy a long and passionate relationship based on mutual happiness.
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