When it comes to anime, BTS members are massive fans. Asides from their music influencing their fans with deep messages, their love for anime has also been adopted by their fans. BTS’s V and Jungkook are even considered otakus, as they regularly spot watching various anime during breaks. In this article, we’ll list down the favorite anime of BTS members.
1. Naruto – RM and Suga
RM, Suga, and Jimin, three BTS members, are massive fans of Naruto. RM even called Naruto his favorite anime. Suga showed his love for the anime in 2015 when he dressed up as Naruto for their Halloween party. Naruto is a coming-of-age tale of a boy named Naruto Uzumaki, who dreams of becoming the Hokage (leader) of his village to prove himself as a strong shinobi. Naruto is currently available on Netflix, iQIYI, Bstation, and Prime Video.
2. One Piece – Jimin
Jimin is known for his love for One Piece, especially Roronoa Zoro, who inspired Jimin to become a swordsman when he was young. He even trained in Kendo because of him. One Piece revolves around the adventures of Monkey D Luffy, who wants to become the Pirate King. One Piece has more than 1,000 episodes and still ongoing, making it a long journey for anyone who wants to catch up. One Piece can be watched on Viu, iQIYI, and Bstation.
3. Haikyuu!! – Jungkook
Jungkook’s favorite anime is the sports anime Haikyuu!!, which centers around Shoyo Hinata, who suddenly develops an interest in volleyball after watching a national tournament on TV. Together with his teammates, they set their sights on winning the upcoming high school volleyball tournament. Haikyuu!! is available on Netflix, Bstation, Viu, and WeTV.
4. Crayon Shin Chan – J-Hope
Unlike the other BTS members, J-Hope does not watch a lot of anime. However, he loves the seinen anime Crayon Shin Chan for its wacky dance moves, hysterical family, and comical adventures. Crayon Shin Chan is a funny tale of a 5-year old boy named Shinnosuke Nohara or Shin Chan and his activities with his family, pets, and friends. Crayon Shin Chan is available on iQIYI and Bstation.
5. Pokemon – RM and Jin
RM and Jin’s love for Pokemon needs no explanation, as they have shared their passion for the anime repeatedly on social media. Pokemon follows the journey of Satoshi (Ash Ketchum) and his friends as they travel throughout the world collecting gym badges and catching Pokemon. Pokemon can be watched on Netflix.
6. My Hero Academia – V
My Hero Academia is V’s favorite anime, and he enjoys watching the story of a young boy named Izuku Midoriya, who is born powerless in a world where everyone has superpowers. He later receives a Quirk from the world’s greatest hero, which initiates him into U.A High School for heroes. My Hero Academia is available on Crunchyroll, Hulu, and Funimation.
In conclusion, BTS members have excellent taste when it comes to anime. Whether you’re a fan or want to explore a new anime, their favorite lists are an excellent place to start. All of the mentioned animes guarantee to provide viewers with unique stories, exceptional plotlines, and memorable characters.