BTS pokes enjoyable at J-hope’s newest image with IU

On July 29, BTS’s J-hope  took to Instagram and posted an image with Common Korean music artist IU.   The submit drew BTS’s Jin’s sarcastic remark  to which J-hope replied in a  comparable method.

Not too long ago, J-hope made a visitor look on IU’s YouTube content material sequence IU’S Palette. The rapper spoke about his newest album Jack In The Field.

The caption of J-hope’s submit learn “Thanks noona (sister).”

 Within the feedback part, BTS’s Jin quipped, “Wow, it is a superstar.” 

BTS’s J-hope gave a humorous response which mentioned, “Wow, it is probably the most good-looking superstar that I do know.”

J-hope appeared in one of many latest episodes of  IU’s  sequence, carrying white, whereas IU additionally matched with him.

IU and J-hope  sang songs from every others’ albums. IU sang the highly effective vocal portion of J-hope’s Equal Signal and Security Zone whereas J-hope delivered the rap verses. Additionally they carried out a track Pierrot Laughs At Us from IU’s 2014 album A flower bookmark, each of them synced and danced to the beats.

IU additionally posted on social media a video of each of them performing Equal Signal.

Alongside the on-going YouTube sequence, IU can be gearing up for her live performance on the Jamsil Olympic Stadium, the primary feminine Korean musician to headline a live performance there, whereas J-hope will likely be acting at Lollapalooza.

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