Jungkook BTS is the most influential person in the world

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K-Pop group BTS continues to push for international records. Recently, one of the BTS personnel, Jungkook, was included in one of the 100 most influential people in the world.

Even Jungkook’s figure can compete with Prince Harry Meghan Markle, Jeff Bezos, to Elon Musk, really cool. How’s the article? Keep on reading.

Jungkook’s influence on the world

With BTS growing in popularity, its youngest member, Jungkook, is also enjoying new achievements as an individual.

In fact, he recently proved his influence by successfully reaching the stage of the most influential person in the world.

The Economic Times praised the 24-year-old singer as one of the Most Influential People in the World. He joins Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, Bezos, and Musk on the list.

The list reportedly honors people who bring recognition to the industry and help brands promote free stuff.

Jungkook BTS. Photo: Pinkvilla

According to the newspaper, Jungkook specifically helped Teazen Co. enjoyed the sale after drinking one of the kombucha products during its live broadcast.

As per World Hours 24, a company spokesperson noted export inquiries as soon as Jungkook pointed them out in his stream.

Recently, Jungkook even got excited about being reported for making LV shirts sold out a few minutes after the public saw him wearing them.

The jogger she wore during this month’s incredible “Butter” performance also quickly sold out.

As a result, he earned the nickname “King of Sold Out” because of his influence on world products regardless of the level of the brand.

Prince Harry
Prince Harry Photo: Instagram

Jungkook started helping small businesses

It’s not surprising how the members reached that level, as Jungkook has repeatedly helped small businesses in recent years.

Reported by the Music Times page, Jungkook confessed that he helps everyone because he believes they will use it for good.

“Restaurants are not doing well and there are a lot of closed shops in the market now, as you know. So if I have influence on just one person, it’s beneficial. And sometimes people I influence go make donations too,” he said.

K-pop groups continue to exert their influence by helping teens get through tough times.

Recently, BTS asked their fans to share their life stories through #YouthToday. They asked their fans to detail their lives two years ago and what they are like now.

The group is famous for working with the United Nations to promote projects that will benefit young people.

They also met with South Korean President Moon Jae-In after becoming the President’s Special Envoy for the country’s Future Generation and Culture. Wow, congrats Jungkook. Army, where’s the sound!!

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