What plastic surgeries did J-Hope do? The rapper typically looks splendid, but why not perfect the look with some cosmetic surgery? Below are all J-Hope’s plastic surgeries!
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Who is J-Hope?
J-Hope is a South Korean rapper, songwriter, music producer, and dancer. He is best known as a member of the boy band Bangtan Boys (BTS). The other members of the band are Jin, Suga, RM, Jungkook, V, and Jimin. They won a 2013 MelOn Music Award and 2014 and 2015 Golden Disk Awards, among others. They became the first Kpop group to win a Billboard award in 2017. In addition to BTS, J-Hope released his debut solo mixtape, Hope World, worldwide on March 1, 2018. Born Jung Ho-seok on February 18, 1994 in Ilgok-dong, Gwangju, South Korea, his family consists of his parents and older sister. He was educated at Gwangju Global High School and Global Cyber University. On June 2013, J-Hope made his debut as a member of BTS on Mnet’s M! Countdown with the track “No More Dream” from their debut single album 2 Cool 4 Skool.
He has a sister named Jung Da-won who has grown popular on Instagram.
He is joined by Kim Taehyung in the group Bangtan Boys.
J-Hope’s Plastic Surgeries
However, after seeing some photos from his days as a high school student, they realized that his visuals are actually all natural and that he was indeed blessed with a very long and well-shaped nose.
What plastic surgeries are lurking behind the facade? Whether it's a nose job or butt lift, or anything in between, here is a list of all the cosmetic enhancements J-Hope has done.
|Nose Job (Rhinoplasty)
|Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)
Plastic Surgery Pics
Sometimes pictures can reveal more than words. Check out these pics of J-Hope. Is there any plastic surgery involved?
"My fantasy had always been making a music video and performing with music that I had created."J-Hope
"It feels as if the world has acknowledged and accepted our sincerity."J-Hope
"The way I work uses a very on-the-spot flow, and I write the lyrics and the music when I feel them coming."J-Hope
"If we think something is not good, we'll openly say it. If there's choreography, for example, and it feels like it's going to be too taxing on our physical resources - as I said, we're not getting any younger - we'll say so, and then we'll make those changes."J-Hope
"I don't think you should feel too pressured about a mixtape. Just do what you want to do and show the music you want to show. You're not trying to win something big with it."J-Hope