BTS’s J-Hope Takes ARMY On A “Hobipalooza” Journey From Day 1 Of Practice To The Lollapalooza Stage

Here are 30+ HD photos showing his busy life leading up to the show!

BIGHIT Music just released some brand new photos revealing BTS J-Hope‘s hectic schedule leading up to his legendary performance at 2022 Lollapalooza. From his long grueling hours of practice, to rehearsing in Chicago, to finally gracing the main stage, check out his entire journey below!

1. Practicing in Korea

J-Hope diligently practiced every day for weeks leading up to his appearance at Lollapalooza.

Saturday, July 16

Saturday, July 16

Known as “Team Leader Jung” for his work ethic and focus in the practice room, J-Hope got right to work making the performance as perfect as possible.

Sunday, July 17

Sunday, July 17

2. Choreography Practice

During a livestream, he revealed that he would practice for around 5 hours a day.

Monday, July 18

Monday, July 18

Tuesday, July 19

Tuesday, July 19

From stage directing to live practice, J-Hope carefully participated in every detail.

Wednesday, July 20

Wednesday, July 20

Like a true professional, J-Hope would check the setlist music, arrangement, and sound.

Thursday, July 21

Thursday, July 21

Carefully monitoring his practice, he would review his progress and make the appropriate changes.

Thursday, July 21

Friday, July 22

Friday, July 22

Day after day, he diligently showed up to practice and gave it his all.

Sunday, July 24

Sunday, July 24

3. Rehearsing in Chicago

After 8 days of practice (7 days in a row, a day off, and then one more day of practice), he left for Chicago.

Wednesday, July 27

Wednesday, July 27

The practice venue with the band was the same location as where BTS performed in 2015.

Friday, July 29

Friday, July 29

4. Making a Dance Practice Video

Even during his busiest times, he shot a choreography video with the same flawless skills he eventually showed on stage.

Friday, July 29

Friday, July 29

Friday, July 29

Finally, one last rehearsal at the Lollapalooza stage!

Sunday, July 31

Sunday, July 31

Sunday, July 31

Sunday, July 31

5. Show Time

J-Hope takes the stage and makes history as Lollapalooza’s first Korean headliner.

Sunday, July 31

Sunday, July 31

Sunday, July 31

Sunday, July 31

He surprised fans with an extensive setlist, unique choreography, and unforgettable energy.

Sunday, July 31

Sunday, July 31

Sunday, July 31

Sunday, July 31

Sunday, July 31

Congratulations, J-Hope!

Sunday, July 31

Sunday, July 31

Source: Naver

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