BTS: What is The True Meaning Of Jungkook’s Name?

BTS: Each member of BTS has a different history and origins, their names can tell us more about these idols, what does Jeon Jungkook’s name mean? Bangtan Sonyeondan brings together the talent of 7 different idols, each one has a story to tell the world, from their childhoods and moments as trainees to today who have become world-renowned artists achieving unimaginable successes.

Jungkook is the youngest member of BTS, he was born in Busan, South Korea on September 1, 1997, since his adolescence he was very clear that he wanted to become an idol and participated in the Superstar K program where he managed to capture the attention of various agencies .

After having different offers, JK decided to join BigHit Entertainment, and the rest is history, as a member of Bangtan he has tried each and every one of his talents, shining with his singing, dancing and even with his incredible visuals.

Jungkook’s great impact is amazing and maybe everything was dictated from his name, do you know what it means? This idol was destined for success since his parents named him.

WHAT DOES THE JUNGKOOK NAME MEAN?

Jeon Jungkook is the full name of BTS’s maknae, his birth name is made up of ‘Jeon’, a Korean surname, the particle ‘Jung’ means ‘straight grain’ or ‘spindle tree’; While ‘Kook’ means country, this name could be translated as ‘From a smart / beautiful country’.

Although Jungkook himself has given a better interpretation to his name, during an interview he said that it is called that because it is the nickname given to him by his grandfather who passed away and its meaning is close to something like ‘the pillars of the nation’

This is the meaning of JK’s name, one that is now recognized in all parts of the world thanks to the work the idol has done in music.

Each member of BTS has a different history and origins, their names can tell us more about these idols, what does Jeon Jungkook’s name mean?

Bangtan Sonyeondan brings together the talent of 7 different idols, each one has a story to tell the world, from their childhoods and moments as trainees to today who have become world-renowned artists achieving unimaginable successes.

Jungkook is the youngest member of BTS, he was born in Busan, South Korea on September 1, 1997, since his adolescence he was very clear that he wanted to become an idol and participated in the Superstar K program where he managed to capture the attention of various agencies .

After having different offers, JK decided to join BigHit Entertainment, and the rest is history, as a member of Bangtan he has tried each and every one of his talents, shining with his singing, dancing and even with his incredible visuals.

Jungkook’s great impact is amazing and maybe everything was dictated from his name, do you know what it means? This idol was destined for success since his parents named him.

Jeon Jungkook is the full name of BTS’s maknae, his birth name is made up of ‘Jeon’, a Korean surname, the particle ‘Jung’ means ‘straight grain’ or ‘spindle tree’; While ‘Kook’ means country, this name could be translated as ‘From a smart / beautiful country’.

Although Jungkook himself has given a better interpretation to his name, during an interview he said that it is called that because it is the nickname given to him by his grandfather who passed away and its meaning is close to something like ‘the pillars of the nation’ : 0.

This is the meaning of JK’s name, one that is now recognized in all parts of the world thanks to the work the idol has done in music.

The correct way to pronounce the full name ‘Jeon Jungkook‘ is ‘Yon Yong Guk’, so it is pronounced in Korean and written in Hangul like this: 전 정국, as you can see, the first ‘K’ in ‘Jungkook‘ disappears, should not be pronounced when saying this name.

Now we know more about Jungkook and his name, perhaps it is difficult to adapt the pronunciations when dealing with different languages, but there is always someone who explains in the best way how to do it.

In other BTS news, learn more about their members, do you know where Jin was born? He makes his city proud with all his successes.

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What's in a name? BTS-Korean Grup

What’s in a name? BTS
While fans generally refer to the BTS members by their stage names, their Korean names are also equally popular. Like most Asian communities, the names have a distinct meaning or origin. They write their names in Hangul and Hanja. The latter is more difficult or precise. We found out that Jungkook, Jimin, Jin and Taehyung were all named by their grandfathers. Isn’t that sweet? Here is a look at all the meaning as revealed by Amino Apps, a BTS chatroom for ARMY members…

Kim Taehyung
Kim Taehyung’s grandfather was a naming master. The Hanja of his name is written as 金泰亨. The significance is that the name denotes someone whose all wishes come true, and one who can face situations. His grandfather gave him the name. Also Read – BTS‘ Suga LIVE: From Tattoo location, perfume habit to dismissing ARMY’s age difference – Yoongi’s revelations that’ll stay with us forever

Suga
Min Yoongi (민윤기) is adored by millions. He is someone who is not well-versed in Hanja but his name is written as 閔玧基. It seems his Hanja name as one character that spans across generations. He says he does not know the meaning/origin of it.

Jimin
Jimin’s full name is Park Jimin. In Hangul, it is 박지민 (Park Jimin), while the Hanja is written as 朴智旻. His grandfather named him. Jimin means ‘someone whose wisdom is higher than the sky’.

Jung Hoseok
J-Hope is his stage name, but fans know that it is Jung Hoseok. In Hanja, it is written as 鄭號錫. It seems his parents named their son after a trip to a temple. Doesn’t that sound somewhat desi? He says the name meant that he will be a famous man all over the country. The world adores Hobi and how.

Jungkook
Jeon Jungkook’s name is spelt in Hangul as 전정국. The Hanja version is 田柾國. It seems his name was given by his grandfather who is no more. He said he does not know the exact meaning but it like ‘pillar of a nation’. Given that millions identify South Korea with BTS, his little boy is surely national pride.

Jin
Kim Seokjin was named by his grandfather. His name in Hangul is written as 김석진 (Kim Seokjin), but Hanja is written like 金碩珍. The meaning is, “Be a great treasure”. Seokjin senior already foresaw that his grandkid was going to be a shining jewel for the nation.

RM
RM writes his name as 김남준 (Kim Namjoon) in modern Korean language (Hangul). His Hanja name is written as 金南俊. He admits that it is tough to write in Hanja. The meaning of his name roughly translates to ‘Genius from South Korea’. The ARMY will totally agree to it as he is indeed a complete package. And we know he has an IQ of 148.

Larry Brown

I graduated from Yale University, Department of Television. I have been a professional news writer for 3 years. I am continuing my career here by establishing amknews.com site 3 months ago.