It is the Bangtan baby’s birthday and fans surely can’t keep calm! The K-pop star turns 25 on September 1 and ARMY have poured in wishes on social media platforms. Jungkook has always kept his audience enthralled with performances ever since he debuted in 2013 with RM, Jin, SUGA, J-Hope, Jimin, and V. Popular for his vocal prowess, he is set to impress his fans with an upcoming pictorial project, “Me, Myself and Jungkook: Time Difference.” The teasers have only whet ARMY’s hunger for more!
Besides being extremely talented, the maknae is also among the cutest K-pop idols we have. On the occasion of his birthday, here’s a look at six bloopers he made while speaking in English. But guess what? It left fans with that gushing Awww!!
Brachiosaurus: During iheart Radio’s AskAnythingChat, BTS members were seen candidly answering fans’ questions. However, what caught ARMY’s attention was Jungkook’s response to his favourite animal – which he said was “Brachiosaurus.” Now impressive as it sounds but… last heard Brachiosaurus roamed the Earth some million years ago!
Trusfrated: Remember the time when Jungkook wasn’t fluent in English but tried his best? Jungkook felt “frustrated” was the toughest English word to pronounce and instead said it as “trusfrated.” Well, well, well! That cutsie can get away with murder too.
Chicotle: This is probably the most iconic of them all. Jungkook mispronounced Chipotle as chicotle and the brand changed its Twitter handle to that soon after the video went viral.
Easy peezy lemon squeezy: Fans can never forget Jungkook’s iconic easy peasy lemon squeezy from BTS’s historic concert at Wembley during the “Love Yourself: Speak Yourself” tour. During the same, Jungkook said he “learnt” the English accent and to prove the same he said, “Easy peasy, lemon squeezy” with perfect delivery.
Party party yeah: Jungkook, among all members, has been a party junkie and his posts are definitely proof of it.
Brekkie: When Jungkook was asked about his favourite English word, he immediately responded saying brekkie, an abbreviation for “Breakfast.” In a later interview, group leader Namjoon shared how he was unsure about what it meant.