Jungkook while shooting a video.

3 travel vlogs by Jungkook that you need to watch RIGHT NOW!

The ‘Golden Maknae’ of BTS, Jeon Jung-kook, has established himself as Mr. Perfect in the eyes of his admirers. From playing sports in real life to conquering battlefields in gaming, the singer also holds an eye for the aesthetic of filmmaking. His work with the Golden Closet Film is the proof you need to believe us. Read below to see his top viewed travel vlogs of all time!

  • Jungkook is one of the seven members of BTS.
  • He is estimated to have a net worth of $20 million.
  • Kookie has directed up to 7 vlogs under the production of Golden Closet Film.

1. G.C.F in Tokyo 

Ever wondered what it would be like to spend a day with Jimin? This vlog will make your dream come true. The dark sky and city lights of Tokyo will make you fall in love with the place. With over 23 million views, the video shows Jungkook and Jimin roaming around the city, eating delicious food, visiting the most magical place on earth. Can you guess what it is?


2. G.C.F in Osaka

Same country, different city, the second most-watched vlog with more than 13 million views is G.C.F in Osaka. The video has not one but two BTS members, Jimin and V. The boys take a stroll around the city, exploring the markets and the food. The cool tones of the video paired with V’s pastel shirt have our hearts!


3. G.C.F in Saipan

Missed going out this summer? Perhaps, this vlog will help you feel better! With over 12 million views the BTS boys took a trip to Saipan, the largest of the Northern Mariana Islands. One common thing between these videos is the love of food that the bandmates share. Wish my skin could be as clear as the water surrounding the island. Sigh! 

Jungkook trying out photography as a hobby.

What do you think about Jungkook’s direction, and which vlog did you like the most out of the three?

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