Punyawee Jungcharoen (Aom)
|Nickname||Aom (オーム, ออม)|
|Birthdate||September 20, 1995|
|Birthplace||Chiang Mai, Thailand|
|Current Age||24 Years Old|
|Social Networks||Facebook / Instagram|
|Idol Career Info|
|Debuted||April, 2018 / BNK48 2nd Generation|
Punyawee Jungcharoen is the captain of CGM48.
- Hobbies: Reading, watching movies
- Likes: Hello Kitty, bingsu
- Representative symbol: The piggy bank (her name 'Aom' means 'savings' in Thai).
- Oldest member of CGM48.
- Known for her mature, sweet & elegant older sister image.
- Is said to represent a classical Northern Thai beauty with pale skin & long dark hair.
- Is the oldest member of BNK48's second generation.
- Is said to be kind & sweet by her friends at university. They have never heard her cuss or say a bad word despite being friends for a long time.
- Has been a cheerleader every single year throughout her entire life ever since she was picked by the teacher in kindergarten.
- Is said to be a perfectionist.
- Despite her calm & subdued nature, she takes her responsibility as a senior seriously and will scold her junior if they do not perform up to standard (e.g. don't tie their shoelaces, if they are late, etc.)
- Is said to control a piggy bank that she collect money on behalf of BNK48 for any members who break the rules (e.g. wearing the wrong uniform, not following instructions, etc.)
- Despite her elegant image, she has an 'Aunty' alter-ego who loves to nag & complain about everything from traffic to young people nowadays.
- She's part of the ‘Pla Pao Gang’ (Grilled Fish Gang) consisting of Sumitra Duangkaew (Faii), Chanyapuk Numprasop (New), Nawaporn Chansuk (Cake), Sirikarn Shinnawatsuwan (Phukkhom)& Rachaya Tupkunanon (Minmin). This group of girls are close friends & likes to go eat grilled fish together after practice.
BNK48 Senbatsu Election
- 1st Senbatsu Election - Not Ranked
- BNK48 Trainee → CGM48
Punyawee Jungcharoen BNK48 1st Senbatsu Sousenkyo Poster (2019)
Punyawee Jungcharoen (November 2018)
Punyawee Jungcharoen (September 2018)
Punyawee Jungcharoen (May 2018)
Punyawee Jungcharoen (April 2018)