Fans of the popular K-Pop group BTS have picked up on something a bit unique regarding the way the singers position themselves during media appearances. Apparently, the group always sits and stands in a particular order. This discovery led many to wonder what the significance of the order is and why they do it in the first place.

According to Showbiz Cheatsheet, there are a few reasons behind the decisions in placement. Ever since the group formed, they have stood in a similar order to have their picture taken. Typically, it goes V, Suga, Jin, Jungkook, RM, Jimin, and J-Hope from left to right. In rare cases, RM and Jimin will swap places, but usually, the boys are seen in this sequence.

While the group has not confirmed this theory, members of the BTS ARMY suspect that it is because repeating the same order makes it easier for new followers to individually identify each performer. This rule clearly does not pertain to live performances, but when getting ready for a photograph, the "Boy With Luv" singers will typically stand in that order.

The repetitive characteristics of their appearances also show themselves in the way they choose to introduce themselves as Jin often states that he's "worldwide handsome" and J-Hope often says, "I'm your hope, you're my hope, I'm J-Hope," which can be seen in the video below. However, the specific reasoning behind the repeated phrases is unknown. 

Additionally, the group tends to change up their arrangements during English-speaking media events as RM tends to make it known that he is the leader and translator of the group during live interviews. 

There you have it, ARMY. It seems as though many of the decisions regarding positioning and phrasing are made not only for continuity purposes but also for simplicity during certain events. 

BTS BTS performs onstage during the Billboard Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 20, 2018, in Las Vegas. Photo: Getty Images/Kevin Winter