ARMYs Have Fallen In Love With BTS Jungkook’s Dog Bam, And Here’s Proof Of How Famous He Really Is

He is the show’s newest star!

When BTS announced that they were taking a break with Run BTS!, ARMYs worldwide couldn’t hide their sadness. Luckily, BTS quickly came back with even bigger news after posting that In The SOOP was coming back for season two, and it was going to be bigger and better than ever!

BTS in “BTS In the SOOP 2” poster | HYBE

Yet, it quickly became clear that someone managed to steal the spotlight during the first episode, and that was Jungkook‘s dog, Bam (also known as Bahm)! From the minute he first appeared on the screen, fans were smitten.

BTS’s Jungkook and Bam | Weverse

As soon as the dog’s identity was revealed, both “Doberman” and “Jungkookie puppy” were trending in South Korea. “Jeon Bam” was also trending worldwide when the episode was released.

| @Jungkook_SNS/ Twitter
| @Jungkook_SNS/ Twitter

It seems as if his popularity has gone above and beyond the realms of social media and spread worldwide. As everyone knows, the best way to judge whether someone is famous is based on Wikipedia. Love it or hate it, accurate or not, it is a sure way to tell if someone is famous, and Bam has made his Wikipedia debut.

On social media, a user tweeted that Bam had been added to a list on Wikipedia of famous Doberman’s. Amongst the list of dogs, including army and police pups, Bam makes an appearance with the description, “A male Doberman owned by BTS’ Jungkook, as seen in BTS In the Soop Season 2.

Of course, after ARMYs found out about this, they went straight on Twitter to congratulate Bam. Although he doesn’t have social media, the sentiment is still there as Bam makes his deserved debut on the website.

With only the first episode aired, there is no doubt that Bam will continue to make his presence known on the show and fans will continue to fall in love with him, maybe as much as they love his owner! You can read more about Bam below!

Meet Bahm: Jungkook’s Adorable Dog And The Newest Star Of “In The SOOP”

Source: Wikipedia