BTS Jungkook Google’s ‘Most Popular K-Pop Idol’ 1st

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Jungkook, a member of BTS, is collecting topics by setting consecutive records on Google.

The ‘World Music Awards (WMA) posted a list of rankings under the title ‘Google World’s Most Searched K-Pop Idol TOP 100 in the First Half of 2021’ on the official SNS on the 29th, and BTS Jungkook ranked first.

The list lists the top 100 male and female K-pop idols, and Jungkook took first place with a search index of 600.

While Jungkook has solidified his position as the most searched K-pop idol on Google for four consecutive years from 2017 to 2020, the US media focused on Jungkook’s popularity, which appeared in a recent Google search.

The media prefaced Jungkook’s appearance as the most popular K-pop idol in Google searches, proving his ‘Worldwide It Boy’ status and establishing himself as one of the most popular superstars.

Then, if you search for ‘Most Popular K-pop Idol’ on Google, the media revealed that BTS ranked first and Jungkook ranked first as an individual. In addition, according to the data cited by the press, when searching for ‘Most Popular K-pop Idol’ on Google for the past five years, Jungkook was ranked 1st in the highest rating as an individual in a related topic. It proves that they consider him the most popular K-pop idol.”

Jungkook explained that he was the most searched K-pop idol on Google for five years from 2017 to 2021, ranked first as a K-pop star on Tumblr for three consecutive years (2018 to 2020), and his hashtag on TikTok is 55 billion, the most views in the history of the platform. Jungkook’s powerful social media record was also added, saying that he broke the idea.

Meanwhile, Jungkook is the most searched K-pop idol on YouTube for two years in a row, and on Twitter, ‘Most Retweeted People in Korea’ in 2017 and 2018, and ‘World’s Most Retweeted Tweet’ in 2019. BTS is taking the lead in conquering the world by taking over major social media worldwide with overwhelming popularity, such as being ranked 1st and 2nd in the ‘World’s Most Retweeted Tweet’ in 2020.

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