Gallup is an organization dedicated to analytics and consumer trends, which is used to conduct presidential election surveys, which is different from recording entertainment trends.
Jamin topped the 2019 rankings for Korean idols in 2019, after several surveys to find out which artists, consumers, and music lovers paid the most attention to Gallup in 2019.
According to Elkup, he was ranked number one for women in the 13–18 age group, number one for women aged 19–29, number one for men aged 13–18, and number 19–29.
Number two for men, giving them number one for rank. The overall survey is 19.1% of respondents (Koreans aged 13–29) chose Jimin.
This is not the first time Gemini has topped the Gallup Poll. Last year, she topped when 12.8% of respondents (Koreans aged 13–29) chose Jemin as their favorite idol for 2018.
She is the only idol to top the rankings for two consecutive years.
Here are the top 20 of 2019 Korean sculptures:
1 – Ground of BTS
2 – IU
3 – BTS ‘Jungkook
4 – BTS ‘V
5 – Twin Anyone
6 – Irena of Red Velvet
7 – Tyrone of Girls’ Generation
8 – Jenny of BLACKPINK
9/10 (tie) – Mamamu’s Havas / BTS Yonge
11/12 (tie) – Chunga / BTS ‘R.M.
13/14 (tie) – BTS ‘Jin / Kang Daniel
15 – Red Velvet Selfie
16 – Jeongyeon twice
17 – The Bliss of Blank
18/19 (tie) – Couple of Exo / Sankhyun’s Sana
20 – Red Velvet Joy
Last December, Jemin broke the Drake SoundCloud record for most streams on the first day of release after dropping his first film.
The South Korean star released ‘Promise’ on 31 December, which reportedly staged 8.5 million plays within 24 hours.
Meanwhile, BTS fans wanted Disney to land as Prince Eric in the upcoming live-action remake of The Little Mermaid.