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Korean-American YouTuber Met BTS

So, one of my favorite YouTuber, Jun CurryAhn, met BTS. BUT not just that! They Recognized Him!!! Aaah!!
You guys might know Jun as JEUNGRI (the maknae) from the American K-Pop group, BgA that was recently formed.

I don't know why, but this makes me extremely happy that literally my heart started beating so fast. (Not tryna be cheesy, but yess!)

This is the song that BTS saw of Jun.

I was literally watching this video again yesterday and thinking if he would meet BTS either in the NY KCON or the LA KCON since he's going to both. I wonder if he danced 'Fire' with them or 'Run'. Oh man! I'm so happy for him!!!

By the way, go show some love to Jun's amazing violin covers, him teaching YouTubers do K-Pop, dance covers, and more!

I saw on his Snapchat and I was freaking out! I was like yes! My favorite YouTube's and BTS together that's like heaven! Then I was wondering if they saw him playing save me. And THEN I WAS LIKE OMG I WOULD HAVE WANTED TO SEE THEIR REACTION TO IT!!!!!😭😭😭😭
His blood type just says Korean, I'm dead. 😂😂👌
@tronnor17 OMG!!!
I'm so happy for him!😩😍 And he's 16 huh? Lol!
dude if I got to take a picture with Hobi I could die happy
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