• Jungkook told fans on Weverse that his MBTI personality type is ISFP-A, known as the “Adventurer” or “Curious Artist”
  • Jungkook first took the personality test in 2017 as part of BTS’ Festa celebrations
  • Based on Jungkook’s personality type, he is someone who experiments with his looks and behavior

BTS' Jungkook recently returned to Weverse after a brief hiatus to share the results of a personality test he took.

Sharing a selfie of him lounging on a bed, Jungkook told his fans that his personality type is now ISFP-A after retaking the Myers–Briggs Type Indicator questionnaire. This is known as the “Adventurer” type in English or the “Curious Artist” type in Korean.

“Hello, I am an artist,” he wrote on the fan community platform.

Some fans captured the post and shared it on Twitter.

When Jungkook first took the personality test back in 2017 as part of BTS’ FESTA celebrations, an event celebrating BTS’ debut, Jungkook’s personality type was INFP or “Mediator.”

Other famous “adventurers” include Michael Jackson, Lana Del Rey, Kevin Costner and Avril Lavigne, 16 Personalities revealed.

The website describes adventurers are “true artists” who “use aesthetics, design and even their choices and actions to push the limits of social convention.” They also like to experiment with their looks and behavior, something that Jungkook is known for.

For instance, Lim Sung Soon, the director of the Korean Language Research Institute, has praised Jungkook for helping redefine beauty standards.

“BTS is now the most popular group in the world,” wrote Lim in an article about the Korean wave, AllKpop reported. “Korea’s handsome men & women are at the center of the world’s beauty. Jungkook is replacing the beauty of James Dean.”

Jungkook is known to prefer genderless fashion and anything he wears or endorses sells out immediately.

Last year, the website of a clothing brand named Zijangsa crashed briefly due to immense traffic after Jungkook wore its hanbok.

Recently, a clothing brand called A Nothing also saw a spike in its social media followers after Jungkook wore its clothing on his birthday. The clothing brand, which took two years to garner 1,000 followers, saw an increase of over 8,000 followers in just one day after Jungkook wore its apparel, AllKPop reported.

Jungkook and his fellow BTS members have been busy promoting their first all-English single, “Dynamite,” which has been breaking records.

BTS is also gearing up for the release of its new album, “Be,” on Nov. 20.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 21: (L-R) Jimin, Jungkook, RM, J-Hope, V, Jin, and SUGA of the K-pop boy band BTS visit the "Today" Show at Rockefeller Plaza on February 21, 2020 in New York City. (Photo by Cindy Ord/WireImage) Photo by Cindy Ord/WireImage