BTS Jin Owns Up To Being 'Worldwide Handsome' As He Addresses 'Third Member From The Left' Moment
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BTS Jin Owns Up To Being 'Worldwide Handsome' As He Addresses 'Third Member From The Left' Moment

BTS member Jin recently caused an internet buzz when he went viral as “the third member of the left,” when the K-pop group attended magenta carpet of the Billboard Music Awards. Netizens who didn’t know who he was quickly made him a trending topic on Twitter as they inquired about who he was and described just how hot he was.

According to a post by Billboard News, the BTS boys had their fun teasing Jin about his viral moment. While they teased “the third member of the left” about his oozing appeal, Jin confidently owned up to the praise and blew kisses at his new fans.

“I am worldwide handsome so I am very handsome,” Jin joked about his newfound fame as blew kisses at the camera. Fellow BTS member Jimin supported his friend by saying “You’re handsome,” and Jin returned the compliment by telling his friend “You’re handsome too, but me, I’m more handsome.”

Fans of BTS member Jin would know that aside from being one handsome fellow, he is also the resident jokester of the group and his friends often get a kick of his creative antics. It can be recalled that Jin became viral during the awards ceremony when netizens started commenting about how good he looked. He also drew particular attention when he started blowing kisses to members of ARMY, the BTS official fandom, who came to the magenta carpet to support them.

This was not the first time for Jin to catch the attention of netizens at an awards show as he also caused quite a buzz at the MelOn Music Awards several years back. He also became a trending topic as the “car door guy” simply for looking good as he got out of the car.

BTS made history last May 21 when they became the first K-pop act to attend the Billboard Music Awards and win Top Social Artist category, beating international superstars like Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande and Shawn Mendes. While the boys received their baptism of fire from netizens who were unfamiliar with their music, they quickly bounced back and became the most searched topic on Google the following days, Kpopstarz reported.