Now that BigHit Entertainment has a new boy group, BTS have a little brother, and Jungkook is no longer the company’s youngest member.
In 2013, Jungkook debuted at just 15 years old. This talented rookie won hearts with his adorable bunny looks and mischevious personality.
Six years later, the Golden Maknae is now a 21-year-old superstar. How time flies!
On January 8 (January 9 KST) fans trended #JKDAY to celebrate “Jungkook Day”.
Soon after, BigHit Entertainment dropped cryptic tweet, teasing about their new boy group, TXT. That’s when it hit ARMY: Jungkook has celebrated his last “Jungkook Day” as BigHit Entertainment’s maknae.
— yoongles (@peytopoteyto) January 9, 2019
Ever since then, BTS fans have been “mourning” the loss of Jungkook’s maknae status…and memeing it up.
dispatch: *following jungkook*
boss: any update?
dispatch: he's crying right now because he's not the maknae of bighit entertai—
jungkook: ˢʰᵘᵗ ᵘᵖ
— ًdanielle (@luvekth) January 10, 2019
— I am: Madzia♡ 📍 (@baby_jeonginie) January 9, 2019
New maknae : I'm going to be the maknae!!
Jungkook: NOT NOT TODAY! pic.twitter.com/jpkTTWTlar
— 🙏📌RT my pinned please (@Chocochipk00kie) January 10, 2019
Everyone knows that Jungkook isn’t a fan of being called “oppa”, so how will he react to being called “hyung”?
— Nayeon Alivia Park (@nayeon_sunshine) January 9, 2019
bighit's new maknae on his way to call jungkook "hyung" pic.twitter.com/rDDR7S503z
— stream promise ; tagalog au 📌 (@jiminyeta) January 9, 2019
For more about BigHit Entertainment’s new group, check out the first member!