On the BANGTANTV YouTube channel, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook of BTS have been taking part in a video segment called “MBTI Lab.” For the special YouTube videos, the BTS members sit down and go over their MBTI types. While doing so, Jungkook revealed to the BTS members that he hates texting and talking on the phone.
The BTS members went over their MBTI types
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) questionnaire is used to assess different personality types. There are 16 different personality types possible from the assessment.
Eight of the types begin with the letter E to represent extrovert types, and eight introvert types start with the letter I. The following three letters correspond with more specific personality traits.
In the first session of “MBTI Lab,” Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook took the assessment to find out their MBTI type.
BTS’ MBTI types:
- Jin: INTP
- Suga: ISTP
- J-Hope: INFJ
- RM: ENFP
- Jimin: ESTP
- V: INFP
- Jungkook: INTP
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Jungkook of BTS does not like texting or talking on the phone
Of the BTS members, only RM and Jimin are considered to be extroverts based on their MBTI type. Both Jin and Jungkook were assigned the same MBTI type of INTP.
Later in the “MBTI Lab” session, the members of BTS went through different scenarios and answered how they would personally handle them. While discussing their communication styles, Jungkook revealed he does not like texting or receiving phone calls.
“Taehyung video calls a lot,” J-Hope said.
“I like video calls,” V admitted. “I hate texts and calls, but I do like video calls.”
As the members shared how they prefer to contact people, Jungkook admitted he doesn’t like any method.
“I hate both texts and calls,” Jungkook said with a laugh.
The members of BTS then picked on Jungkook for not answering their calls and joked about why he even has a phone.
BTS will release a new album in June
The “MBTI Lab” videos are a great way for ARMY to get to know the members of BTS, especially since the band will be releasing a new album soon.
On June 10, BTS will release an anthology album called Proof. The album’s lead single is titled “Yet to Come,” and the album will contain a total of 3 CDs.
The tracklist for Proof includes hit singles, solo and sub-unit songs, previously unreleased demos, and new songs.
A press release about Proof reads, “The anthology album Proof celebrates the nine years of BTS’ journey since their debut, and opens a new chapter upon their 10th year as artists. The new album will include various tracks that presents BTS’ thoughts on their past, present and future including three new tracks.”
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