‘Running Man’ Kim Jong Kook Gets YouTube Silver Button with Just One Video

Credit: Kim Jong Kook Instagram

Kim Jong Kook’s personal YouTube channel “GYM JONG KOOK” became the hottest topic.

On June 16th, the singer personally announced that he would be launching his own YouTube channel. The following day, Kim opened up the “GYM JONG KOOK” channel with a short message, “The only license ‘Gym Jong Kook’ has is my body.”

“I will try my best to make this a helpful and relatable channel with various contents,” he continued. “Let’s work out together until the day we contribute a little bit to making a healthy Korea!” As of 8 PM KST on the 17th, “GYM JONG KOOK” gained 120,000 subscribers with just one video. As a result, the singer will be receiving the YouTube Silver Button.

Credit: Kim Jong Kook YouTube

Ha Ha and DinDin also left supportive comments on Kim’s first-ever YouTube video. Ha Ha wrote, “Your channel is ready to take off!” DinDin commented, “Everyone, I hope that you will not make the mistake of asking him, ‘let’s work out together,’ thinking that it might be fun. I’ve been attending FC Tigers for three years now. I learned here that exercise could cure a minor illness like a cold. Anything less than a fracture is a must-attend. I’m so happy every week.”

Meanwhile, Kim Jong Kook is starring in SBS’s Running Man and My Little Old Boy. Soon, his new show Seri Money Club will premiere on the 30th.

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