Jungkook’s Opening Scene in ‘Dynamite’ Reinforces His Love for Milk and Banana Milk
Each of the BTS members have their own special moment in the K-pop group’s latest music video. For Jungkook, the youngest member of the boy band, that means a scene alone in a room with a glass of milk.
This wasn’t surprising for most BTS fans — Jungkook loves his banana milk and isn’t afraid to share his reviews with the world.
Jungkook is an unapologetic fan of banana milk
Even when BTS was just starting out, Jungkook could often be seen with a banana milk in his hand. His passion since inspired a number of fan drawings and even memes from the BTS ARMY of the Golden Maknae. Just because it’s a childhood drink doesn’t mean it’s only for children.
As Jungkook got older, his love for banana milk stayed the same. During July 2020, BTS had a guest appearance on Waktu Indonesia Belanja, thanks to their partnership with the company Tokopedia. There, Jungkook enjoyed a container of banana milk, even giving his honest review to the other BTS members.
“It’s delicious, it’s delicious,” he concluded, after some of the other members held up their microphones for some ASMR slurping content, according to one translation. “I’ll drink it while doing the interview.”
Jungkook drank a glass of milk during the ‘Dynamite’ music video
The K-pop idol even showcases his love for milk in BTS’ latest, colorful, playful music video, titled “Dynamite.” As a groundbreaking and chart-topping song for BTS, it was performed entirely in English, including the vocals of the youngest member.
One of the first scenes in the “Dynamite” music video featured Jungkook alone in a bedroom. He reached for his milk and took a sip, getting a mini-milk mustache along the way. This part matched the lyrics perfectly, where Jungkook sings, “Shoes on, get up in the morn’ / Cup of milk, let’s rock and roll.”
There are a few other food items scattered throughout the BTS music video
After downing some milk in his “room,” Jungkook headed to a donut shop for the “Dynamite” music video. Right before he was about to take a bite, he ran into the other BTS members, tipping his donut towards them.
This wouldn’t be the first time food appeared in a BTS production. In the “Lights” music videos, a few of the BTS members hung around a theater concession stand. Suga even threw a piece of popcorn directly into J-Hope’s mouth. For J-Hope’s solo song, “Ego,” there was one scene where he held a birthday cake.
The “Dynamite” music video is now available on YouTube. Music by BTS, including the single “Stay Gold” and Map of the Soul: 7, is available for streaming on platforms like Spotify and Apple Music.