So I actually started this last week and just now finished it because motivation flew away so sorry for the delay~ Leave comments and suggestions, let me know if you guys like it.
J-Hope, single, living life to its fullest and spreading joy to the world.
It least that's what Jung Hoseok's Instagram bio read. He had quite a large following on his social media, 3.7 million on his insta, a cool 23.4 million subscribers on his YouTube channel and hundreds of thousands of comments on all of his uploads that ranged from thought out paragraphs from fans to the oh so common "YAAAS daddy !!😍💦😩" to hateful comments that attacked his content, fans and looks but Hoseok took everything with a grain of salt anyway. These people followed and lusted after J-Hope, a sexy street dancer on the rise that made girls swoon and guys jealous, not Hoseok, a goofy and sunshine like boy.
He'd created this persona around the time he turned 15, after he started focusing more on a hip hop and b-boy dance style and less on contemporary dance. When his dance teacher had mentioned uploading videos of their class to the studio's YouTube channel, he and the other kids decided to give themselves stage names like all the professional dancers did. So when Hoseok, Taemin and Jongin uploaded a complicated choreography to a popular song that weekend under the names J-Hope, Ace and Kai, it had gone viral in hours, being shared by dance blogs, other dancers and the boy's families.
After a few videos of their class had been posted, they'd noticed comments that read things like "Where's J-Hope??", "Lol I'm here for Ace and Kai! They're so good!" "I want to see them do this song!" And various other praises, the boys decided to make their own YouTube accounts to show off their dance moves and hoped to use their new-found popularity to get them into dance competitions on a national level instead of the small ones they attended now.
The three boys went off in their own styles of dance, Hoseok in baggy grey sweatpants with weekly updates of his freestyles to hip hop tracks in a segment he called 'J-hope on the street', while Taemin danced mostly to dubstep and Michael Jackson songs in a very MJ fashion with sparkly suit jackets and a flare for drama with props and back up dancers, while Jongin stuck to RnB slow jams, sinful hip movements as he grinds against the floor and sometimes his female dance partner in a dimly lit room.