RM has lead BTS through five incredible years as a band – so its no wonder K-pop fans love him.
In a new poll, Kim Nam-joon has been voted the best leader in K-pop.
South Korean music channel Mnet ran a poll to find out who was the most loved leader in music, listing six options for fans to choose between.
And RM, 24, was the clear winner, gaining nearly 53% of the vote after 121,193 music lovers voted for the rapper.
RMs nearest rival was SHINEE star Onew, who achieved 31% of the vote.
In third place was SEVENTEENs S.Coups, followed by INFINITE leader Sunggyu.
Red Velvets Irene and Apink leader Chorong rounded off the voting – and while not all leaders in K-pop were included in the vote, we reckon RM can hold his head high after this win.
Namjoon was the first member to join BTS, and as he taught himself fluent English from watching Friends as a child, often speaks for his bandmates in interviews.
BTS are currently on tour in Europe, with just two dates in Paris before they head to Japan.
RM, Jimin, Jin, J-Hope, Jungkook, Suga and V visited the UK for the first time this month, selling out two dates in Londons O2 Arena.
Sadly, Jungkook was unable to perform choreography with the rest of the IDOL hitmakers after injuring his heel.
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