On Sunday midnight BTS‘s J-Hope held a spontaneous live broadcast. It was 2 AM in the morning as he did a solo dance practice and hung out in his studio.
ARMYs thought that perhaps he had fallen asleep prior and realized he was left in the large HYBE building alone. As a result, he did a live broadcast so he wouldn’t be alone while he was there.
For the first hour of the live stream, he hung out in BTS’s practice room, warmed up, and danced to some music. Afterward, he turned off the lights before heading to his studio. As the room turned almost pitch black except for the glowing computer monitor, it appeared very ominous, and J-Hope commented that it seemed scary.
He took ARMY’s on the mini-tour through the building and the next stop ended up being quite unexpected as it turned out to be a bathroom!
He had taken ARMY with him so he would be able to continue the live stream while he washed his hands.
Afterward, he went to his studio via elevator. But, not without playing some of BTS’s latest song, “Permission to Dance.”
Having just been given a tour of the new building by J-Hope, ARMY asked him if perhaps he was scared, and that was why we were all along for the ride. At first, he denied it but then confessed that he was actually, and that is even why he started to play “Permission to Dance.”