KEY POINTS

  • South Korean boy band BTS’s Jungkook becomes the most-watched K-pop idol
  • Jungkook earned the title "Fancam King" for having over 200 fancams with 1 million views
  • The Golden Maknae was also recognized as the celebrity with the most active fans in China

South Korean boy band BTS’s Jungkook becomes the most-watched K-pop idol, earning him the title "Fancam King."

BTS’s member Jeon Jungkook, who is popularly known by his stage name Jungkook, is the main vocalist and lead dancer of the seven-member band. He is also one of the most popular K-pop idols in the world.

With his amazing visuals, talents, and personality, there is no doubt that the 22-year-old is extremely popular and loved by fans all over the world.

Jungkook won over the hearts of millions of fans and had them spellbound with his passionate dance moves and mesmerizing visuals in the "Dynamite" music video.

Following the premiere of "Dynamite", the singer has become even more popular on social media platforms.

The K-pop star, who is has also established himself as a songwriter, recently became the first idol to have more than 200 fancams with over 1 million views. This remarkable achievement earned him the title "Fancam King," according to Somag

The Golden Maknae was also recognized as the Korean celebrity with the most active fans in China when the music videos of "Dynamite" and "B-Side" were released.

Moreover, Jungkook was also ranked No. 1 on the AIMAN China index’s daily rankings which comprises of the most active fans of Korean artists in China on Aug. 21 and Aug. 24. This showed that the singer certainly stands out the most amongst the band members, who are also insanely popular.

Jungkook was also the most searched idol on YouTube and the most-watched K-pop star on TikTok, and the first artist to gain over 10 billion views on his TikTok tag.

The heartthrob was also ranked as the most searched K-pop idol on Google during the first half of 2020, earning him the title "King Of K-pop." He had dominated Google search by remaining on top for 22 out of 25 weeks and had over 628.57 daily searches. He also held the record for being the most searched K-Pop star from 2017 to 2019.

Meanwhile, fans are looking forward to BTS’s first live performance of "Dynamite" at the 2020 MTV’s Video Music Awards on Sunday.

BTS Band Musical group BTS attends the Billboard Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 20, 2018, in Las Vegas. Photo: Getty Images/Frazer Harrison