When BTS’ Jungkook revealed a childhood moment that turned him into a shy person

The BTS members are generally quite outgoing and often speak their mind while interacting with their fans on public platforms. And it would surprise you to know that Jungkook, the youngest member of the seven boy band, is the most quiet and shy person in the group. You may wonder why. Well, Jungkook had recalled a childhood moment that turned him into a shy person. Also Read – His home, his shoes, his coat — the cost of the 5 most expensive things owned by BTS’ Jungkook will pop your eyeballs out

Like any other guy, Jungkook was quite an outgoing person. He would do all kinds of stuffs. From playing outside with kids to trying his hands at b-boy competition, Jungkook was rather a mischevious kid. But the moment he started auditioning for singing, Jungkook got intimidated by strangers around and made him retreat into his shell. Also Read – Indian Idol 12: From Rithvik Dhanjani crushing over Arunita Kanjilal to contestants having fun on the sets; a look at the BTS pictures

“I was a very mischievous boy when I was young. I loved playing outside as a kid. I really hated studying though. I got in trouble by my mom a lot. I was the type of kid who would run down the hallway and eat lunch fast at school (laughs). I even tried out for a b-boy competition even though I wasn’t good at it,” Jungkook told Japan’s FC Magazine in an interview. Also Read – BTS, J Balvin, Justin Bieber and more come together for a one-of-its kind celebration and the reason is legit! – watch video

He further said, “I became intimidated by the large crowd. I started to shrink after being surrounded by so many strangers. This might be the time that I began being shy around people I didn’t know.”

In his 2019 interview with Paper Magazine, Jungkook had opened up about feeling pressurized because of his immense global fame. Revealing the greatest challenge of being famous, the youngest BTS member had said, “When something I said or did caused an issue or made people feel disappointed. I realized that I should think twice before I do anything, and not forget where I am, no matter what situation I may be in. The pressure [of being perfect] is always there. But I want to show them that I am improving.”

This year, the band earned their first Grammy nomination for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, but they lost out to Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande in the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance category.

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