Recently, boy group BTS participated in the Myers-Briggs personality test. The last time BTS took this quiz was in 2017.
Let’s see if BTS’s personality has changed after 5 years.
The results of the leader RM remained the same as the ENFP (inspirational) type has about 7% of the population with this personality type. Accordingly, RM is passionate, warm, imaginative, confident, proactive and flexible. These are all perfect qualities for a leader and showcase RM’s strengths as a musician and artist.
Jin is the next member. Like RM, he has the same result as in 2017 as INTP (thinker). Accordingly, Jin is always logical, calm, adaptable and focused, but he can also be skeptical, critical, and analytical.
Suga is the first member whose results changed, from INFP to ISTP (master artist). Again, these traits appear to be prominent when the results describe a person who is generous, flexible, and efficient. It also adds that ISTP is very observant and that is shown when Suga notices the needs of the members and tries to help them.
The biggest change is definitely for J-Hope. His test result for 2022 is INFJ (mentor). Traits that show J-Hope is knowledgeable, has strong values, and is organized. These are the perfect ways to describe the main dancer of the group.
Jimin also maintained his results with the ENFJ (teacher) personality type. As one of the younger members of the group, Jimin fits the dynamic and spontaneous characteristics. Like the rest of the members, he is also generous and down-to-earth when it comes to the group and performing on stage.