BTS is known for living together for the past seven years, but members Jimin and J-Hope continue to be roommates even after all the other members have moved on to having their own rooms.
Although all seven members started out together in one room, they later branched out into their own rooms as the years went by. Uniquely enough, Jimin and J-Hope are the only members to still stay roommates to this day.
Although they share the same room, they use separate beds next to each other. The picture of their room below is from their house before moving to their current dorm. Fans found it cute that they had decorated it with cute stuffed animals.
Even in their most recent dorm, fans found it adorable that they still decorated it with the same accessories from their previous room.
Most recently, fans could see the state of their room through the “Life Goes On” music video, that was filmed inside their actual dorm.
Although they sleep next to each other in different beds, fans found that they had each other’s pictures across the room from their beds, allowing them to see each other’s face first thing in the morning.
Jimin also posted many Tweets revealing how much he misses J-Hope when he is not home.
In a past interview, J-Hope was asked who he felt had the most similar DNA to him. J-Hope responded, “I think out of all the members I am the most similar to Jimin. We are able to share a room because we match each other well. We both are the type to hold in our problems, so we like to share these thoughts with each other and find a solution.”
In another interview, J-Hope revealed his reason for continuing to share a room with Jimin.
Jimin is the type that likes to be together and I remember something he said a long time ago. He said that it was a relief that he was sharing a room with me. He felt that he would have been really lonely in the dorm. After I heard that, I knew that I wanted to continue to stay next by his side.
Jimin also once revealed that J-Hope was such an amazing roommate that he wasn’t jealous of the members that had their own rooms.