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Jung Kook is celebrating more than just a decade in BTS and the new docuseries on Disney+ — the K-pop star also reached a billion streams on Spotify with his hit single “Seven,” which was also the fastest song to do so in Spotify history, according to a press release. To commemorate the moment, the “Standing Next to You” singer joined Spotify’s fifth episode of Billions Club: The Series to discuss the achievement over some of his favorite Korean snacks.
Whether you’re looking for BTS merch for the fan in your life or want to indulge in some of the singer’s favorite foods, Jung Kook showed off some of his go-to choices during the episode, and you can snag them for yourself. Some of his choices included Homerun Ball crackers that he included tips for the best way to eat.
“An air fryer makes these taste better,” he explains in the video.
For those with a sweet tooth, the “3D” singer has a combination he loves to pair: banana milk with Castella, a type of Japanese-styled sponge cake.
“These two taste great together. That’s why I chose it,” he said.
Keep reading to shop the foods.
Jung Kook’s Favorite Snacks
Binggrae Banana Flavored Milk
Binggrae’s six-pack of banana milk will bring you a sweet creamy texture inspired by milkshakes. You can choose between four other flavors — including strawberry, taro, coffee and melon — that’ll act as a sweet afternoon snack or dessert.
Homerun Ball Crackers
This box is filled with 12 bags of crunchy ball crackers that feature a flaky, crunchy shell and a chocolate filling you’ll most likely want to snack on morning, noon and night.
Nong Shim Shrimp Crackers – Hot & Spicy
Add some spice to your life with this two-pack of spicy shrimp-flavored crackers you can dip into — and for less than $20.
My Mother Braised Quail Eggs In Soy Sauce
My Mother’s quail eggs come soaked in soy sauce for some extra flavor and include more than four ounces of snackable eggs you probably won’t want to share with anyone.
Check out the full video of Jung Kook’s interview below.