The photo shoot was filmed with the concept of neutral colors, and JB received praise from the staff on set for his charismatic yet natural poses.
In the interview that followed the photo shoot, JB talked about his personality. When the interviewer pointed out he seemed to be free spirited but has a very strict standard in some aspects like discipline, JB explained, “I always have my own line. If that line is crossed by myself, my friends, or my members, I tend to calmly ask for that line to not be crossed.”
JB also talked about being in a multinational group with three members, BamBam, Jackson, and Mark, who are from different countries. He commented, “The members have always been good at Korean, so there was never a problem with language barriers. When we try to reach a consensus, we always ask each other, ‘So what do you want to do about this?’ and make a decision based on the majority. This method is the simplest and fairest.”
Lastly, JB defined what it means to have a “cool” attitude. He shared, “[I think if you have a cool attitude], you can hear about your problems and accept them with a mindset of ‘I see.’ It’s when you think about [your problems] again even if you can’t fix them right away and then are able to apologize. When you are able to discuss them, I think that is having a cool attitude.”
JB’s full interview with Nylon will be available in the magazine’s June issue.
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