Top 15 Most-Searched Male Idols On YouTube Worldwide For The 1st Half Of 2021

Top 15 Most-Searched Male Idols On YouTube Worldwide For The 1st Half Of 2021
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These are the boy group stars everyone wants to watch this year.

K-Pop gets bigger on YouTube every year, and 2021 is no exception. According to data collected between January and June this year, these male idols got the most searches on YouTube for the first half of 2021.

15. Jaehyun (NCT)

NCT’s Jaehyun ranked 15th for male idols (and 25th overall) with a YouTube search index score of 61.

One of Jaehyun’s most-watched videos on YouTube this year was his “24hr RELAY CAM” video, which has reached 2.5 million views in 5 months.

14. Chanyeol (EXO)

EXO’s Chanyeol ranked 14th for male idols (and 23rd overall) with a YouTube search index score of 75.

One of Chanyeol’s most-watched videos on YouTube this year was his “Tomorrow” music video, which has reached 4.3 million views in 3 months.

13. Jay Park

Jay Park ranked 13th for male idols (and 22nd overall) with a YouTube search index score of 77.79.

One of Jay Park’s most-watched videos on YouTube this year was a video of him doing the #WhatTypeofXChallenge with Jessi, which has reached 3.9 million views in 3 months.

12. Jackson (GOT7)

GOT7’s Jackson ranked 12th for male idols (and 21st overall) with a YouTube search index score of 88.89.

One of Jackson’s most-watched videos on YouTube this year was his “LMLY” music video, which has reached 15 million views in 3 months.

11. G-Dragon (BIGBANG)

G-Dragon ranked 11th for male idols (and 18th overall) with a YouTube search index score of 100.

One of G-Dragon’s most-watched videos on YouTube this year was a fan-uploaded video of him drawing on a Chanel bag, which has reached 1 million views in 3 months.

10. Taemin (SHINee)

SHINee’s Taemin ranked 10th for male idols (and 17th overall) with a YouTube search index score of 111.11.

One of Taemin’s most-watched videos on YouTube this year was his “Advice” music video, which has reached 22 million views in 1 month.

9. Cha Eunwoo (ASTRO)

ASTRO’s Cha Eunwoo ranked 9th for male idols (and 16th overall) with a YouTube search index score of 115.

One of Cha Eunwoo’s most-watched videos on YouTube this year was “Love So Fine” OST music video for True Beauty, which has reached 7.9 million views in 5 months.

8. Baekhyun (EXO)

EXO’s Baekhyun ranked 8th for male idols (and 14th overall) with a YouTube search index score of 122.22.

One of Baekhyun’s most-watched videos on YouTube this year was his “Bambi” music video, which has reached 37 million views in 3 months.

7. J-Hope (BTS)

BTS’s J-Hope ranked 7th for male idols and overall with a YouTube search index score of 144.44.

One of J-Hope’s most-watched videos on YouTube this year was his audio clip for “Blue Side”, which has reached 12 million views in 4 months.

6. RM (BTS)

BTS’s RM ranked 6th for male idols and overall with a YouTube search index score of 150.

One of RM’s most-watched videos on YouTube this year was his audio clip for “Bicycle”, which has reached 11 million views in 4 weeks.

5. Jin (BTS)

BTS’s Jin ranked 5th for male idols and overall with a YouTube search index score of 200.

One of Jin’s most-watched videos on YouTube this year was his “BANGTAN BOMB” birthday video, which has reached 9.1 million views in 5 months.

4. Suga (BTS)

BTS’s Suga ranked 4th for male idols and overall with a YouTube search index score of 335.55.

One of Suga’s most-watched videos on YouTube this year was “Daechwita” sword dance practice video, which has reached 10 million views in 5 months.

3. Jimin (BTS)

BTS’s Jimin ranked 3rd for male idols and overall with a YouTube search index score of 511.11.

One of Jimin’s most-watched videos on YouTube this year was helium balloons “BANGTAN BOMB,” which has reached 5.9 million views in 3 months.

2. V (BTS)

BTS’s V ranked 2nd for male idols and overall with a YouTube search index score of 560.

One of V’s most-watched videos on YouTube this year was his “#FlyToMyRoom” vlog, which has reached 10 million views in 4 months.

1. Jungkook (BTS)

And BTS’s Jungkook ranked 1st for male idols and overall with a YouTube search index score of 877.78.

One of Jungkook’s most-watched videos on YouTube this year was his “Life Goes On” video call version video, which has reached 7.9 million views in 4 months.

Curious about the rest of the ranking? Here are all the other male idols who made it to the overall top 100 most-searched K-Pop stars on YouTube this year so far:

16. Bambam (GOT7)
17. Hyunjin (Stray Kids)
18. Jaemin (NCT)
19. Taeyong (NCT)
20. Haechan (NCT)

21. Kai (EXO)
22. Rain
23. Doyoung (NCT)
24. Jonghyun (SHINee)
25. Lay (EXO)

26. Kang Daniel
27. Mark (GOT7)
28. Mark (NCT)
29. Mino (WINNER)
30. Heechul (Super Junior)

31. Bang Chan (Stray Kids)
32. Lucas (NCT)
33. Renjun (NCT)
34. Sehun (EXO)
35. D.O (EXO)

36. Suho (EXO)
37. Wonho
38. Taeyang (BIGBANG)
39. Chen (EXO)
40. Yeonjun (TXT)

41. Soobin (TXT)
42. Kyuhyun (Super Junior)
43. Yuta (NCT)
44. Minho (SHINee)
45. Sungjae (BTOB)

46. Jeno (NCT)
47. Chenle (NCT)
48. Felix (Stray Kids)
49. Bobby (iKON)
50. Jungwoo (NCT)

51. Jisung (NCT)
52. Ten (NCT)
53. Yugyeom (GOT7)
54. Jay B (GOT7)
55. Yunho (TVXQ)

And here’s the ranking for female idols!