BTS V and Jungkook are the world’s most popular K-Pop idols

South Korea: BTS boys are extremely popular around the world and now a UK magazine has released a list naming the most popular K-pop idols in the world. Guess who tops this list? Obviously BTS. Also Read – BTS ARMY Slams Chinese Smartphone Brand After Using K-pop Group Name For Promotion

British magazine Nubia Magazine published a list of the 10 best K-pop idols in the world. At the top of the list is the V from BTS followed by Jungkook from BTS. The magazine analyzed that BTS V’s fan base is unlike any other in K-pop history. While the magazine mentioned that V fans are spread across all seven continents, it also mentioned that V “wants to crash the internet with his fame and popularity.” Also Read – Best Album BTS Breaks Record Becomes Number 1 on Orion’s 2021 Sales Chart

This list was put together after analyzing over 70 popular social media platforms and trends from Google. The list also mentions BTS’s Jungkook, J-Hope, and Jimin. Take a look at the full list here: Also Read – BTS 2021 Muster Sowoozoo Day 1: Jungkook Tattoos Leave Fans Completely In Awe, Will This Be The New ARMY Trend?

  1. V from BTS
  2. Jungkook from BTS
  3. Lisa from BLACKPINK
  4. Jimin from BTS
  5. BLACKPINK Jisoo
  6. J-Hope from BTS
  7. Jennie from BLACKPINK
  8. EXO’s Baekhyun
  10. Cha Eun Woo from ASTRO

V aka Kim Taehyung is one of the most beloved K-pop stars. Earlier in May this year, BTS V ran the popular Japanese ranking site Nehan for eight consecutive weeks. In March of this year, V was selected as the most requested actor in South Korea. He also appeared in a drama series called “Hwarang” in 2016. V’s style has also been in the headlines of his fashion and style since the release of Butter.

Meanwhile, after BTS ‘Butter, now the band’s last album BTS, the best dominates the leaderboards and is widely loved by ARMY members around the world.

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