Here’s Why It Was So Meaningful For “Street Dance Girls Fighter” Dancer Nain That BTS’s Jungkook Chose Her YouTube Name
As a K-Pop fan, nothing is better than the idea of living your dream and being noticed by your favorite idol, whether it is in person, online, or through a video call.
One person who actually lived that dream recently was Street Dance Girls Fighter dancer Jo Nain when she got help from one of her influences, BTS‘s Jungkook!
While the Mnet show was airing, Jungkook and fellow member RM showed their support for the show on Instagram. Yet, even after the show finished, Jungkook was still showing his support for the contestants, and netizens couldn’t get enough after he personally helped Just Jerk dancer Nain.
Earlier in the month, Nain explained that she wanted to create a YouTube channel, and she asked her followers for suggestions for a name.
She was in for the shock of her life when it turned Jungkook personally helped her select a channel name! In response to her question on Instagram, he suggested the name, “have a good Nain.“ The name is a pun on the phrase, “have a good night.”
As expected, Nain was unsurprisingly excited and posted a screenshot of his viewing her story along with an “excited” emoji.
Although it showed her as excited, a video was recently released where Nain sat down with her fellow dancer Song Hee So from the show and discussed different topics.
As expected, they had to bring up the moment Jungkook answered her Instagram question, and she was even more excited, and her expression was relatable AF.
Yesterday, Jungkook-nim…to make a YouTube channel, I received recommendations for my channel name and he left a recommendation there.
She then explained why it was such a big deal for someone like her who had been a fan from a young age.
Actually, I’ve been a fan for about six years since I was in elementary school. At home, I have all their albums and he is someone that I poured all the days of my youth sentiments into.
If that wasn’t enough, Nain then explained how Jungkook influenced her growing up and that she even covered the group maknae’s part when she would do the group’s songs.
He also had an influence when I first started dancing. It was when BTS’s “I NEED YOU” was out. While learning the choreography from the practice video, I became more interested in dancing. I covered Jungkook-nims part back then as well.
Of course, Nain took Jungkook’s recommendation and named her channel accordingly, and there isn’t anything more envy-worthy than having your channel named by one of your favorite idols.
However, it isn’t the first time Nain has proved she is a true ARMY. Over the years, she has been involved in covers of BTS songs, such as J-Hope‘s solo track “Chicken Noodle Soup”…
It’s SGF Finale Day! To commemorate this special day, here’s a special video of Mentor Leejung with Turns’ Nain and Heesoo dancing to “Chicken Noodle Soup” by j-hope and Becky G back in 2019!#LEEJUNG #YGX #리정 pic.twitter.com/hE5AwHzoQB
— LEEJUNG INTERNATIONAL (@Leejung_INTL) January 4, 2022
There is no denying that Nain is a successful fan. As much as ARMYs are jealous, they’re also happy that Jungkook noticed her and that she has a special memory with the BTS member.
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BTS’s Jungkook Personally Helps “Street Girls Fighter” Dancer Jo Nain Name Her YouTube Channel