BTS’ J-Hope Instagram Post Confirms He’s a Fan of Toothless From ‘How To Train Your Dragon’

Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook recently created individual Instagram accounts with BTS’ J-Hope even introducing ARMYs to some of his favorite stuffed animals. Here’s what we know about the “Outro: Ego” rapper and some of his latest Instagram posts. 

BTS’ J-Hope created an Instagram account — ‘uarmyhope’

J-Hope of BTS during BTS's New Album 'BE (Deluxe Edition)' Release Press Conference
J-Hope of BTS during BTS’s New Album ‘BE (Deluxe Edition)’ Release Press Conference | The Chosunilbo JNS/Imazins via Getty Images

He’s your hope and you’re his hope. Although all seven members of this K-pop group made individual Instagram accounts, J-Hope is the only BTS member with an ARMY-themed username. J-Hope’s Instagram username is @uarmyhope.

The “Hope” from this username comes from the rapper’s stage name, J-Hope, with his real name being Jung Hoseok. One fan on Twitter pointed out that this username reads as both “you are my hope” and “ARMY,” giving the Instagram account an extra special meaning for fans. Since its creation, J-Hope posted several pictures matching his polaroid theme. 

BTS’ J-Hope posted Instagram pictures in 2021, including one of Toothless from ‘How To Train Your Dragon’

Since creating their individual Instagram accounts, the BTS members shared unique pictures and videos with fans. For V, that included a story of his dog Yeontan. RM posted pictures from his New York City “Namjooning.” 

After his trip to Hawaii, J-Hope shared some pictures from his home in South Korea. That included a set of pictures with the first being a plush Toothless from How To Train Your Dragon wearing a Christmas headband. 

The second picture featured this artist wearing black and green and holding his Toothless plush. J-Hope captioned this Instagram post, “Holiday Toothless,” earning over 9 million likes in the process.

“Have a drink with me on Christmas Eve,” Jin commented on the post, according to a translation, also getting into the holiday spirit. 

J-Hope shared other pictures of the Christmas-y headband on other stuffed animals. One post he captioned “holiday dog,” according to a translation, and featured a white dog wearing the green accessory. The set of pictures earned over 7 million likes from ARMYs.


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Of course, the BTS members mentioned a few of their favorite Disney and Pixar characters, even doing voiceovers during one Bangtan Bomb. J-Hope voiced a sloth from Disney’s animated film Zootopia, while Suga appeared as Woody from the Disney-Pixar classic, Toy Story.

According to Teen Vogue, J-Hope mentioned that one of his favorite movies is Jennifer Love Hewitt and Paul Nicholls’s 2004 fantasy rom-com If Only. The website reported, “​​he’s been saving the second season of the K-drama Kingdom, which recently premiered its second season on Netflix, for some future air travel.”

The BTS members also share their love for musicians. During a video interview with The Hollywood Reporter, J-Hope shared that he “hearts” Drake. “J-Hope’s Favorite Tracks” Spotify playlist included “Peaches” by Justin Bieber featuring Daniel Caesar and “Up All Night” by Khalid.