Here’s What Happens When BTS Members Drink Alcohol

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The members of BTS, like many adults, like to have a drink once in a while. Some people like wine, while others prefer soju, and still others can’t drink alcohol at all! Here’s what J-Hope answered when asked by a fan to rate BTS’s alcohol tolerances from highest to lowest.

1. Souga

Although alcohol tolerance is normally proportional to weight, Suga demonstrates that this is not always the case. Suga is one of the shortest and lightest members of BTS, but J-Hope claims he can drink more than everyone else!

2. Jin

Jin has the second highest alcohol tolerance in BTS, according to J-Hope. He once tried to get Jimin to drink on camera by suggesting that alcohol would sterilize his throat!

3. Jimin

Jimin is another exception to the high weight = high tolerance rule, according to J-Hope. Jimin may be the sexiest member of BTS, but he can handle alcohol better than most other members.

4.RM

RM has a moderate alcohol tolerance. Because he’s the tallest member of BTS, it’s safe to assume he has the highest alcohol tolerance of the bunch!

5. Jungkook

Considering Jungkook’s height and stature, it may come as a surprise to learn that he is among the top three most alcohol-tolerant people, but it’s true! It only took a few glasses of red wine to get Jungkook drunk during this live show.

6.V

V is the second lightweight on J-Hope’s list.
V drinks, but because his tolerance is so low, he usually opts for soft drinks.

7. J-Hope

Who is the lightest of all lightweights? J-Hope, to be precise! J-Hope likes to drink with his friends, but it’s not Dionysus!

Source: Koreaboo

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