Jeon Jung-kook, better known mononymously as Jungkook, is a South Korean singer, songwriter and record producer. He is a member and vocalist of the South Korean boy band BTS.
|Born:||Jeon Jung-kook, September 01, 1997, Busan, South Korea|
|Occupation:||Singer, songwriter, record producer|
|Awards:||Hwagwan Order of Cultural Merit (2018)|
Youngest member of the Kpop group Bangtan Boys who is the main singer of the hip-hop boy group. They became the first Kpop group to clinch a Billboard award in 2017.
He joined the other 6 members of the group to debut in June of 2013 with their first title song "No More Dream."
He and the Bangtan Boys were named New Artist of the Year at the 2013 MelOn Music Awards, 2013 Golden Disk Awards, 2014 Seoul Music Awards, and 2014 Gaon Chart K-Pop Awards.
His full name is Jeon Jeong-guk. He was born in South Korea and has an older brother named Jung Hyun.
Information related to Jungkook
- South Korean child singers
- Recipients of the Order of Cultural Merit (Korea)
- School of Performing Arts Seoul alumni
- South Korean singer-songwriters
- South Korean male singers
- King of Mask Singer contestants