Stray Kids: Formation, Members, Discography, Awards, Facts and More



The Formation Process of Stray Kids

Stray Kids, a South Korean boy band, has rapidly gained popularity since its formation in 2017. The group was created by JYP Entertainment, a renowned entertainment company in South Korea. The group consists of eight members. The formation of Stray Kids began in 2017 when JYP Entertainment, a prominent South Korean entertainment company, decided to create a new boy band. The company held a reality show called "Stray Kids" to finalize the group's lineup. The show, which aired on Mnet, featured trainees from JYP Entertainment competing against each other to earn a spot in the final group. The trainees' performances were evaluated by a panel of judges, including JYP Entertainment's founder, Park Jin-young, and other industry professionals. After a series of challenges and evaluations, the final lineup of Stray Kids was confirmed with nine members: Bang Chan, Lee Know, Changbin, Hyunjin, Han, Felix, Seungmin, I.N, and Woojin. The group's leader, Bang Chan, played a significant role in the formation process, as he was involved in selecting and training the members. Unfortunately, in October 2019, Woojin left the group due to personal reasons, and Stray Kids continued as an eight-member group.

A Brief Overview of Members


Birth Name




Zodiac Sign


Blood Type

Chinese Zodiac

Bang Chan


Christopher Chahn Bahng

Chris, Channie, Kangaroo, Koala, Crispy

Leader, Songwriter, Composer, Producer, Lead Vocalist, Lead Dancer, Rapper

October 3, 1997


171 cm



Lee Know


Lee Minho

Unreachable Visual, Ya Hyungah, Lino, Lee Rino, Cat butler

Main Dancer, Vocalist, Rapper, Visual

October 25, 1998


172 cm





Seo Chang Bin

Mogi, Jingjingie, Teokjaengie, Binnie, Baby Changbin

Main Rapper, Sub-Vocalist, Producer

August 11, 1999


167 cm





Hwang Hyun Jin

Jinnie, Jin, the Prince, Night Fury, Flour Boy

Main Dancer, Lead Rapper, Sub-Vocalist, Visual

March 20, 2000


180 cm





Han Ji Sung

Squirrel, Quokka

Main Rapper, Lead Vocalist, Songwriter, Composer

September 14, 2000


169 cm 





Lee Yong-bok

Bbijikseu, Jikseu, Haengbok, Innocent Boy, Sunshine

Main Dancer, Lead Rapper, Sub-Vocalist

September 15, 2000


171 cm





Kim Seung Min

Snail, Cherry, Cherry Dog, Puppy, Dandy Boy

Main Vocalist

September 22, 2000


178 cm





Yang Jeong In

Desert Fox, Our Maknae, Spoon Worm Yang, Bean Worm

Vocalist, Maknae

February 8, 2001


172 cm



Bang Chan (Christopher Bang) - Born on October 3, 1997, in Sydney, Australia, Bang Chan is the leader of Stray Kids. He is a versatile artist, serving as a vocalist, rapper, dancer, and producer.
Lee Know (Lee Minho) - Born on October 25, 1998, in Gimpo, South Korea, Lee Know is a main dancer, vocalist, and rapper. Before joining Stray Kids, he was a backup dancer for BTS.
Changbin (Seo Changbin) - Born on August 11, 1999, in Yongin, South Korea, Changbin is a main rapper and vocalist. He is also a member of the group's producing sub-unit, 3RACHA, alongside Bang Chan and Han.
Hyunjin (Hwang Hyunjin) - Born on March 20, 2000, in Seoul, South Korea, Hyunjin is a main dancer, rapper, and visual of the group.
Han (Han Jisung) - Born on September 14, 2000, in Incheon, South Korea, Han is a main rapper, vocalist, and producer. He is a member of 3RACHA and is known for his impressive rapping skills.
Felix (Lee Felix) - Born on September 15, 2000, in Sydney, Australia, Felix is a lead dancer, rapper, and the group's mood maker.
Seungmin (Kim Seungmin) - Born on September 22, 2000, in Seoul, South Korea, Seungmin is a main vocalist with powerful voice. 
I.N (Yang Jeongin) - Born on February 8, 2001, in Busan, South Korea, I.N is the youngest member (maknae) and a vocalist. 

Former member Woojin (Kim Woojin) - Born on April 8, 1997, in Daejeon, South Korea, Woojin was a main vocalist. He left the group in October 2019 due to personal reasons.

Debut: Mixtape and District 9

Stray Kids made their pre-debut with the release of "Mixtape" on January 8, 2018. "Mixtape" is a compilation of seven tracks. These songs were previously performed on their reality show, "Stray Kids," and were re-recorded for this release. On March 25, 2018, Stray Kids made their official debut with the release of their first extended play (EP) titled "I Am NOT." The EP features seven tracks, including the title track "District 9," which served as their lead single. The music video for "District 9" quickly gained attention and broke the record for the most views on a K-pop group's debut music video within 24 hours, with over 4 million views.

Stray Kids' Discography

Stray Kids' discography includes a variety of studio albums, extended plays (EPs), singles, and more.

Studio Albums:

GO生 (GO LIVE) (2020): "GO生" (GO LIVE) is the first full-length studio album by the Stray Kids. Released on June 17, 2020, by JYP Entertainment. The album features a total of 14 tracks, including the title track "God's Menu" (神메뉴). Other tracks on the album are GO LIVE, Easy, Pacemaker, Airplane, Another Day, Phobia, Blueprint, TA, Haven, TOP (Korean Ver.), Slump (Korean Ver.), Gone Days, and On Track. The album peaked at No. 1 on the Gaon Album Chart in South Korea and No. 3 on the Billboard World Albums Chart. Stray Kids actively promoted their album on numerous South Korean music shows, such as Mnet's M Countdown, KBS' Music Bank, MBC's Show! Music Core, and SBS' Inkigayo. They participated in interviews with popular media outlets, such as KBS World Radio, Arirang TV's Pops in Seoul, and Mnet's TMI News.

NOEASY (2021): Stray Kids made a powerful comeback with their second full-length album, NOEASY, released on August 23, 2021. Featuring the hit title track "Thunderous," the album showcases the group's diverse musical talents and styles across its 14 tracks. NOEASY is available in three distinct versions: two standard editions (A and B), a limited edition, and a jewel case version with eight individual covers. The album's tracks include CHEESE, Thunderous, Domino, Sick, The View, Sorry I Love You, Silent Cry, Secret Secret, Star Lost, Red Lights, Surfin', Gone Away, WOLFGANG, and Mixtape: Oh. The album has been a massive success, breaking Stray Kids' previous records by surpassing 930,000 pre-orders. Additionally, NOEASY reached #1 on the Gaon Album Chart and topped the iTunes Top Albums chart in 41 countries. To promote their latest album, Stray Kids delivered powerful and energetic performances on various South Korean music shows, including Mnet's M! Countdown, KBS's Music Bank, MBC's Show! Music Core, and SBS's Inkigayo. The group's hard work and achievements have been acknowledged through multiple award nominations and wins. Stray Kids earned their first music show win for "Thunderous" on M! Countdown on September 2, 2021, and also took home the "Best K-Pop" award at the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards. 

The Sound (Japanese-language album, 2023): "The Sound" is the debut Japanese-language studio album and third overall by Stray Kids. The lead single from the album, titled "The Sound," was released on January 28, 2023. The album was released on February 22, 2023, through Epic Records Japan. The album features an Instrumental and ten tracks. The tracks on the album are THE SOUND, Battle Ground, Lost Me, DLMLU, Novel, CASE 143 (Japanese ver.), CHILL (Japanese ver.), Scars, Thunderous (Japanese ver.), There, THE SOUND (Instrumental) Upon its release, the album achieved commercial success, topping the Oricon Albums Chart in Japan and breaking several sales records. The music video for the lead single, "The Sound," also garnered millions of views on YouTube.

★★★★★ (5-STAR) (2023): South Korean boy group Stray Kids is set to release their highly anticipated third studio album, ★★★★★ (5-STAR), on June 2, 2023. The physical release of ★★★★★ (5-STAR) offers three standard versions (A, B, C), a limited edition, and eight member-specific digipack versions, allowing fans to choose their preferred collectible. The album's announcement was made through an exciting trailer on April 27, 2023, building anticipation for the group's latest musical offering. The album's tracks include Hall of Fame, S-Class, ITEM, Super Bowl, TOPLINE, DLC, GET LIT, Collision, FNF, Youtiful, THE SOUND (Korean ver.), andTime Out.

Compilation Albums:

SKZ2020 (2020): SKZ2020, the debut compilation album from the South Korean boy band Stray Kids, was released on March 18, 2020, via Epic Records Japan and JYP Entertainment as the group's first venture into the Japanese market. The album consists of 27 tracks, with re-recorded versions of songs from their pre-debut EP Mixtape (2018) and singles like "My Pace", "Double Knot", and "Levanter" in Japanese. Additionally, SKZ2020 features three new songs: "Top", "Slump", and "Back Door". The album garnered positive feedback and achieved commercial success, reaching number 2 on the Oricon Albums Chart and number 6 on the Billboard Japan Hot Albums chart. It also earned a Gold certification from the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ) for selling over 100,000 copies. To promote the album, Stray Kids embarked on their first Japan showcase tour called "Stray Kids Japan Showcase Tour 2020 'Hi-STAY' in Japan". The tour brought the group to various cities, such as Osaka, Nagoya, and Tokyo. The album's tracks include Hellevator, BEWARE, Spread My Wings, YAYAYA, District 9, Mirror, Grow Up, My Pace, Voices, Question, M.I.A., Awkward Silence, I am YOU, Get Cool, MIROH, Victory Song, Boxer, Chronosaurus, 19, Side Effects, TMT, Double Knot (Japanese ver.), Levanter (Japanese ver.), My Pace (Japanese ver.), Top (Japanese ver.), Slump (Japanese ver.), and Back Door.

SKZ2021 (2021): SKZ2021 is the second compilation album by Stray Kids. It was released on February 24, 2021, through Epic Records Japan and JYP Entertainment. The album serves as a follow-up to their first compilation album, SKZ2020, and features Japanese versions of their songs. The album includes 14 tracks: ALL IN (Japanese ver.), God's Menu (Japanese ver.), Back Door (Japanese ver.), Easy (Japanese ver.), Pacemaker (Japanese ver.), Airplane (Japanese ver.), Another Day (Japanese ver.), Phobia (Japanese ver.), Blueprint (Japanese ver.), TA (Japanese ver.), Ex (Japanese ver.), Slump (Japanese ver.), Top (Japanese ver.), and Levanter (Japanese ver.).

SKZ-REPLAY (2022): SKZ-REPLAY is the third compilation album by Stray Kids, released on December 21, 2022. The title track is FAM (Korean ver.). The album's tracks include FAM (Korean ver.), Connected (Bang Chan), Limbo (Lee Know), DOODLE (Changbin), Love Untold (Hyunjin), RUN (Han), Deep End (Felix), Stars and Raindrops (Seungmin), Hug Me (I.N), LoveSTAY, B-Side, ZONE (3RACHA), Close (Han), Streetlight (Changbin feat. Bang Chan), i hate to admit (Bang Chan), I GOT IT (Han), Miss You (Hyunjin), Maknae On Top (I.N feat. Bang Chan, Changbin), Alien (Han), Because (Changbin, Felix), Piece of a Puzzle (Changbin, Seungmin), Wish You Back (Han), HaPpY (Han), Up All Night (Bang Chan, Changbin, Felix, Seungmin), Drive (Bang Chan, Lee Know), ice.cream (Hyunjin).


IN生 (IN LIFE) (2020): "IN生" (IN LIFE) is the repackage of Stray Kids' first full-length album "GO生" (GO LIVE). It was released on September 14, 2020, and features 17 tracks, including 8 new songs and the hit single "Back Door": The Tortoise and the Hare, Back Door, B Me, Any, Ex, We Go, Wow, My Universe (feat. Changbin & Seungmin), God's Menu, Easy, Pacemaker, Airplane, Another Day, Phobia, Blueprint, TA, Haven. The album debuted at number 1 on the Gaon Album Chart and has sold over 400,000 copies. The lead single "Back Door" also achieved commercial success, earning the group several music show wins.

Extended Plays (EPs):

Mixtape (2018): "Mixtape" is a pre-debut extended play (EP) released by Stray Kids on January 8, 2018. The album features seven tracks, including songs that were previously performed on their reality show: Hellevator, Grrr Law of Total Madness, Spread My Wings, YAYAYA, GLOW, School Life, 4419. "Mixtape" is a representation of their early sound and style. The album debuted at number 2 on the Gaon Album Chart and has sold over 45,000 copies.

I Am NOT (2018): "I Am NOT" is the debut extended play (EP) released by Stray Kids on March 26, 2018. The album features eight tracks: NOT!, District 9, Mirror, Awaken, ROCK, Grow Up, 3rd Eye and Mixtape#1. The album debuted at number 4 on the Gaon Album Chart and has sold over 100,000 copies.

I Am WHO (2018): "I Am WHO" is the second extended play (EP) released by Stray Kids on August 6, 2018. The album's themes focus on self-discovery, identity, and the challenges faced during adolescence. The album features eight tracks: WHO?, My Pace, Voices, Question, Insomnia, M.I.A., Awkward Silence and Mixtape#2. The album climbed to the 2nd position on the Gaon Album Chart. Additionally, the album reached the 4th position on the Billboard World Albums Chart. Thanks to this album, Stray Kids won the "Best New Male Artist" award at the 2018 Mnet Asian Music Awards. They also received the "Best New Male Artist" award for their song "My Pace" at the 2018 MBC Plus X Genie Music Awards. The lead single of the album, My Pace's Youtube video garnered 4.2 million views within 24 hours.

I Am YOU (2018): "I Am YOU" is the third mini-album by the Stray Kids, released in 2018. I Am YOU features a total of 8 songs: You, I Am YOU, My Side, Get Cool, N/S, 0325, Mixtape#3 and Hero's Soup. The album reached the 3rd position on the Gaon Album Chart. Additionally, it claimed the 7th spot on the Billboard World Albums Chart. This album earned Stray Kids a nomination for the "Best New Artist" award at the 2019 Golden Disc Awards.

Clé 1: MIROH (2019): "Clé 1: MIROH" is a 2019 album by the Stray Kids. Released on March 25, 2019, it features a mix of musical genres, including hip-hop, electronic, and pop. The album consists of eight tracks: Entrance, MIROH, Victory Song, Maze of Memories, Boxer, Chronosaurus, 19 and Mixtape#4. The title track is "MIROH." The theme of the song revolves around breaking free from constraints and finding one's true self.  The word "MIROH" is derived from the Korean word for maze. Chronosaurus is a combination of "Chronos," the Greek god of time, and dinosaur. The track "Boxer" was co-produced by Earattack. The album debuted at number one on the Gaon Album Chart and peaked at number three on the Billboard World Albums Chart. The group won their first music show award with the title track "MIROH" on M Countdown, a popular South Korean music program. Additionally, Stray Kids received the "Rookie of the Year" award at the 2019 Asia Artist Awards.

Clé 2: Yellow Wood (2019): Clé 2: Yellow Wood, released in 2019, is Stray Kids' fifth extended play (EP) and serves as a continuation of the Clé series. The album artwork features a mysterious forest, representing the challenges that come with making decisions. The "Yellow Wood" in the title refers to the famous poem "The Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost. Clé 2: Yellow Wood consists of seven tracks: Road Not Taken, Side Effects, TMT, Mixtape #1, Mixtape #2, Mixtape #3, Mixtape #4. TMT is an abbreviation for "Too Many Thoughts."

Clé: LEVANTER (2019): Clé: LEVANTER, released in 2019, is Stray Kids' sixth extended play (EP) and the final installment of the Clé series. The album's title, "LEVANTER," refers to a Mediterranean wind that signifies a new beginning and the winds of change. Clé: LEVANTER consists of eight tracks: STOP, Levanter, Double Knot, Booster, Astronaut, Sunshine, You Can STAY, Mixtape #5.

ODDINARY (2022): ODDINARY is the 10th extended play (EP) by South Korean boy group Stray Kids. It was released on March 18, 2022, through JYP Entertainment and Republic Records. The EP features a total of 7 tracks, including the title track "MANIAC." ODDINARY consists of 7 tracks: VENOM, MANIAC, Charmer, FREEZE, Lonely St., Waiting For Us (Bang Chan, Lee Know, Seungmin, I.N), Muddy Water (Changbin, Hyunjin, Han, Felix). The physical album comes in four versions: Frankenstein, Scanning, Mask Off, and Jewel case. The EP represents a blend of "odd" and "ordinary".

ALL IN (2020): ALL IN is a mini-album by the South Korean boy band Stray Kids, released on November 4, 2020, through JYP Entertainment and Epic Records Japan. This album marks the group's second Japanese release, following their successful debut compilation album, SKZ2020. The mini-album comprises eight tracks, including the title track "All In". The tracklist for ALL IN is as follows: All In, God's Menu (Japanese ver.), Back Door (Japanese ver.), Top (Japanese ver.), Slump (Japanese ver.), One Day, and FAM. One of the key contributors to the album's production is 3RACHA, a sub-unit of Stray Kids consisting of members Bang Chan, Changbin, and Han. 3RACHA played a significant role in crafting the album's title track, "All In," as well as the other original Japanese songs, "My Universe" and "One Day." The album debuted at No. 1 on the Oricon Daily Album Chart, a significant achievement for any foreign artist in the Japanese music market. Additionally, ALL IN secured a spot in the top 10 of the Oricon Weekly Album Chart, further showcasing its strong performance. The album has made an impact on international music charts, such as Billboard's World Albums Chart, where it debuted within the top 15. Stray Kids promoted the album through various live performances on Japanese music programs and events, such as TV Asahi's "Music Station" and the "2020 FNS Music Festival."

CIRCUS (2022): Circus is an extended play (EP) by South Korean boy band Stray Kids, released on June 22, 2022. The physical release comes in one standard version (Regular) and three limited versions (A, B, C). The tracklist for ALL IN is as follows: Circus (title), Fairytale, VENOM (Japanese ver.), MANIAC (Japanese ver.), Silent Cry (Japanese ver.), Your Eyes.

MAXIDENT (2022): Stray Kids have taken a fresh approach with their eighth mini-album, MAXIDENT, which explores the theme of love for the first time in their discography. Renowned publications like Teen Vogue and NME have praised MAXIDENT for its spirit, grit, and bravado. "MAXIDENT" has also achieved commercial success, with Stray Kids notching their second No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. MAXIDENT consists of 7 tracks: CASE 143, CHILL, Give Me Your TMI, SUPER BOARD, 3RACHA (Bang Chan, Changbin, Han), TASTE (Lee Know, Hyunjin, Felix), Can't Stop (Seungmin, I.N), CIRCUS (Korean ver.).


"Hellevator" (2017), "District 9" (2018), "My Pace" (2018), "Double Knot" (2019), "Miroh" (2019), "Levanter" (2019), Mixtape: Gone Days  (2019), "God's Menu" (2020), "Back Door" (2020), Mixtape: On Track (2020), ALL IN (Korean ver. - 2020), Mixtape : OH (2021), Mixtape : Time Out (2022), Scars / Thunderous (Japanese ver. - 2021), CASE 143 (Japanese ver. - 2022), Step Out of Clé (2020), Christmas EveL (2021)


Going Dumb (2021): "Going Dumb" is a 2021 track by the Stray Kids. This song is a joint effort with Alesso and CORSAK, and it was specifically crafted for the widely popular mobile game "PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds" (PUBG) Mobile.

JUST BREATHE (2022): "JUST BREATHE" is a musical collaboration between Stray Kids' sub-group 3RACHA, consisting of members Bang Chan, Changbin, and Han, and Japanese rapper SKY-HI. The track was released on February 21, 2022.

NO PROBLEM (2022): "NO PROBLEM" is a song featuring Felix from Stray Kids. It is the second track of the solo debut EP "Im Nayeon" by Nayeon of TWICE. The album was released on June 24, 2022. The song highlights the collaboration between Nayeon and Felix, blending their musical styles and showcasing their talents.

HEYDAY (2022): "HEYDAY" is a song by the South Korean sub-unit boy group 3RACHA, which consists of members Bang Chan, Changbin, and Han from Stray Kids. The track was released on September 20, 2022, and is featured on the digital compilation album "Street Man Fighter Original Vol.4 (Crew Songs). This album serves as a soundtrack for the dance competition show "Street Man Fighter (SMF)." 

Awards and Accolades

Stray Kids has received numerous awards at the Asia Artist Awards, including Rookie of the Year (2018), Groove Award (2019), Star15 Popularity Award (2019), Best Music Video Award (2020), Performance of the Year (Daesang, 2021), and Best Choice (Singer, 2022). Additionally, they won the "Album of the Year (Daesang, 2022)" award with their MAXIDENT album.

Stray Kids has also achieved significant success at the Gaon Chart Music Awards, winning awards such as New Artist of the Year (2018), World Rookie of the Year (2019), The Hot Performance of this Year (2020), and World K-Pop Star (2021). At the Genie Music Awards in 2018, Stray Kids was chosen as the Best New Male Artist.

Stray Kids did not leave the Golden Disc Awards empty-handed, winning several awards: Best New Artist (2019), Best Performance Award (2021), and Most Popular Artist (2023). Additionally, they won the Best Album (Bonsang) award in 2022 with NOEASY and in 2023 with MAXIDENT.

Stray Kids received several awards at the Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA), including Best New Male Artist in 2018, Worldwide Fans' Choice Top 10 in 2021, and Yogibo Chill Artist, The Most Popular Group, and Worldwide Fans' Choice Top 10 in 2022. At the Seoul Music Awards, they won Rookie of the Year (2019) and the Main Award (Bonsang, 2021) with their album GO LIVE. At the Soribada Best K-Music Awards, they won the New Hallyu Rookie Award (2018), Rising Hot Star Award (2019), and Global Hot Trend Award (2020).

They  also won numerous awards at The Fact Music Awards, including Next Leader (2018), Year Dance Performer (2019), Global Hottest Award (2020), Artist of the Year (Bonsang, 2021), Fan N Star Choice Award (Artist, 2021), Artist of the Year (Bonsang, 2022), and Fan N Star Four Star Award (2022).

Stray Kids won a variety of awards at different events, including the Hanteo Music Awards: Artist Award – Male Group (2021) and Artist Of The Year (Bonsang, 2023); MTV Europe Music Awards: Best Korean Act (2020); BreakTudo Awards: K-pop Male Group (2021); Japan Gold Disc Award: Best 3 New Artist (Asia, 2021); Prêmio Anual K4US: Choreography of the Year with "Thunderous" (2021); Asia Model Awards: New Star Award (2019); HallyuLife Awards: HallyuLife Global Fans' Choice (Top 10, 2021); Korean First Brand Awards: Male Rookie Idol Award (2019) and Hot Trend (2021); Soompi Awards: Rookie of the Year (2019); and V Live Awards: Global Rookie Top 5 and Global Artist Top 12 in 2019.


Han, born in Incheon, South Korea, has an older brother and is affectionately called "Squirrel" by his fellow members. He enjoys eating cheesecake while watching movies, is fluent in English, and has a special talent for imitating Doraemon's voice. A lover of animals, especially dogs, Han has a pet dog named Kkami and suffers from trypophobia.

Stray Kids' leader, Bang Chan, hails from Sydney, Australia, and is multilingual, speaking English, Korean, and some Japanese and Chinese. Known for his songwriting and producing abilities, he trained for seven years before debuting with Stray Kids. Bang Chan is an avid swimmer and was part of an Australian swim team before joining JYP Entertainment. He also has double-jointed arms.

Lee Know, the group's main dancer and vocalist, was born in Gimpo, South Korea. Before joining Stray Kids, he was a backup dancer for BTS during their "Wings" tour. Lee Know is a cat enthusiast with two cats named Soon-ie and Doong-ie and has a unique talent for folding his ears. He enjoys watching anime in his spare time.

Born in Yongin, South Korea, Changbin is the main rapper and vocalist of Stray Kids. He is part of the producing trio "3RACHA" alongside Bang Chan and Han. Changbin loves dark chocolate and is a fan of horror movies. However, he is afraid of heights.

Hyunjin, the lead rapper and visual of the group, was born in Seoul, South Korea. Known for his striking looks, he is a fan of Chris Brown and enjoys painting and dancing to various music styles. Hyunjin is ambidextrous and lived in Las Vegas for some time as a child, where he went by the name Sam Hwang.

Felix, another Sydney native, is the lead dancer and rapper of Stray Kids. Fluent in English and Korean, he is known for his deep voice, cooking skills, and a unique freckle on his right cheek. Felix has a penchant for collecting scented candles and has a background in taekwondo.

Seungmin, the group's main vocalist, was also born in Seoul, South Korea. A fan of DAY6, he enjoys photography and is known for his bright smile. Seungmin has a unique ability to mimic the sound of a mosquito but is afraid of insects, particularly spiders.

I.N, the youngest member and vocalist of Stray Kids, hails from Busan, South Korea. Known for his sweet voice, he loves chicken, is a fan of Bruno Mars, and enjoys playing video games. I.N is an admirer of the Harry Potter series, with Hermione Granger being his favorite character. He also enjoys cooking and is nicknamed "Chef I.N".

Stray Kids initially debuted with nine members, including Woojin, who left the group in October 2019 for personal reasons.

The producing trio "3RACHA," comprised of Bang Chan, Changbin, and Han, has written and produced many of Stray Kids' songs, showcasing their immense talent and dedication to their music.

With a diverse discography that includes powerful tracks like "District 9" and "God's Menu" as well as emotional songs such as "Chronosaurus" and "Levanter," Stray Kids has captivated fans worldwide.

In 2021, Stray Kids participated in the reality show "Kingdom: Legendary War," where they competed against other talented boy groups and showcased their outstanding performance skills.

The group's fandom, known as "STAY," symbolizes the close bond between Stray Kids and their fans.

Stray Kids actively engage in philanthropic activities, participating in initiatives like the "Ice Bucket Challenge" for ALS awareness and donating to charities such as ChildFund Korea.

The group has also made inroads into the Japanese market, releasing their first Japanese single, "TOP," in 2020, which served as the opening theme for the anime "Tower of God."

Stray Kids has appeared on numerous reality shows and variety programs, including "Finding Stray Kids" and "SKZ's Room."

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the group has held several online concerts and fan meetings, such as "Beyond LIVE - Stray Kids 'Unlock: GO LIVE IN LIFE'" in 2020, allowing them to connect with fans across the globe.


Is SKZ disbanding in 2030? Will Stray Kids disband soon?
Their contract has been extended until 2030. There is no concrete information about their disbandment in 2030, and any news or rumors regarding this topic should be taken with caution.

Who is most popular in Stray Kids?
According to various sources, the most popular member in Stray Kids is Felix. But if we consider Google search results for 2023, the most popular member is Hyunjin, with Felix coming in 2nd place. Of course, this may vary according to the years.

Why did Stray Kids lose 1 member? When did SKZ lose a member? Did Stray Kids lose members? Who quit Stray Kids?
Stray Kids lost one member, Woojin, in October 2019. JYP Entertainment stated that Woojin left the group due to personal circumstances and terminated his exclusive contract. The exact reasons behind his departure remain undisclosed.

Is BTS or Stray Kids more popular? Is Stray Kids famous than BTS? Did Stray Kids surpass BTS? Is Stray Kids as famous as BTS? Does Stray Kids have more fans than BTS?
BTS is more popular than Stray Kids, as they have a more extensive international fanbase and have achieved numerous milestones in their career. When we researched Google search results for 2023, we found that BTS (14M) was 7 times more curious than Stray Kids (2M). However, this may change in the coming years.

Is TXT or SKZ more popular? Is TXT bigger than Stray Kids?
According to a source from IWMBuzz, it is difficult to determine which group is more popular as both have achieved significant success in the K-pop industry. However, according to the total Google search volumes for 2023, Stray Kids (2M) is much more popular than TXT (1.1M). Stray Kids is very popular in Indonesia, the US and Mexico, while TXT is more popular in Japan and India.

Which SKZOO is most popular?
A look at search engine search volumes shows that Felix Fox is the most popular SKZOO character.

Who is Stray Kids best leader?
Stray Kids has only one leader, Bang Chan.

Are Stray Kids allowed to date? Who is flirty in Stray Kids?
Stray Kids, may have a dating ban or restrictions in place, as is common with many K-pop idol groups. K-pop companies have different viewpoints on dating, and the specific rules for Stray Kids have not been explicitly mentioned. However, there were dating rumors involving Hyunjin and aespa's Karina, which became viral in September 2021.

How long is Hyunjin suspended?
Hyunjin was suspended indefinitely in February 2021. However, after a four-month hiatus, it was announced that he would be returning to the group in June 2021.

Who is least popular in SKZ?
According to search engine analysis, I.N. is the least popular member of the group.

Will Stray Kids become the next BTS?
It's possible. But to become the next BTS, Stray Kids must first beat Blackpink.

Is Stray Kids popular in the US? Is Stray Kids popular in America?
According to our search engine analysis, Stray Kids is most popular in United States.

Is Stray Kids the most popular 4th gen? Is Stray Kids 3rd or 4th gen?
Search engine statistics show that Stray Kids is definitely and unquestionably the most popular 4th generation K-pop group.

Who is the CEO of Stray Kids?
The CEO and founder of JYP Entertainment is Park Jin Young. Although Park Jin Young is not the CEO of Stray Kids specifically, he is the CEO of the company that manages and produces the group.

Who is best friend in Stray Kids? Who is Felix closest to?
Hyunjin and Felix from Stray Kids are known to have a close friendship. While each member may have different friendships within the group, Hyunjin and Felix's bond stands out as particularly strong.

Did Stray Kids donate for Turkey?
Yes, Stray Kids members Hyunjin and Changbin each donated 100 million KRW for Turkey-Syria. Their donations were part of a larger effort by K-pop idols and groups to help the victims of the Turkey and Syria earthquakes.

What is Stray Kids ranked in Kpop?
Although Stray Kids trails behind BTS and Blackpink as of 2023, this ranking is likely to change in the coming years. 

Does Stray Kids like BTS?
Yes, Stray Kids have shown admiration and respect for BTS. In a recent episode of Chan's Room, Stray Kids' leader Bang Chan praised BTS, calling them "legends". Of course, despite this apparent respect, there is an unspoken sense of competition and rivalry.

Who is the richest member of Stray Kids?
The richest member of Stray Kids is Kim Seungmin, whose net worth is estimated at $1.4 million.

Who is the most introvert in SKZ?
Han is considered the most introverted member of Stray Kids.

What is Skz fandom color?
There isn't a specific fandom color for Stray Kids. However, blue hearts have been used by fans to represent love and confidence for the members.

Who are Stray Kids?
Stray Kids is a South Korean boy group formed by JYP Entertainment. The group debuted in 2018 and consists of eight members: Bang Chan, Lee Know, Changbin, Hyunjin, Han, Felix, Seungmin, and I.N.

What is the meaning behind the name "Stray Kids"?
The name "Stray Kids" represents the group's determination to break free from the constraints and expectations of society, paving their own path in the music industry.

What are some of the internet's most searched questions about Stray Kids?
Stray Kids participated in the WIRED Autocomplete Interview, answering popular questions such as their age, height, and favorite food.

What languages do Stray Kids members speak?
Stray Kids members are multilingual, with some members fluent in English, Korean, and other languages. For example, Bang Chan and Felix are from Australia and speak English, while Han lived in Malaysia and speaks basic Malay.

What is the Stray Kids' lightstick called?
Stray Kids' official lightstick is called "SKZOO," which features cute animal characters representing each member.

What is the Skzoo?
Skzoo is a collection of adorable character mascots created by Stray Kids members, inspired by their own personalities and traits. The Skzoo characters are featured on official merchandise and have their own social media presence.

Have any Stray Kids members pursued acting or other solo activities?
Some Stray Kids members have pursued individual activities, such as Seungmin hosting the radio show "NCT's Night Night" and I.N appearing in the web drama "A-Teen."

What is the producing trio "3RACHA"?
"3RACHA" is a producing trio within Stray Kids, consisting of members Bang Chan, Changbin, and Han. They are responsible for writing and producing many of the group's songs.

What inspired Stray Kids' album "GO生" (GO LIVE)?
The album focuses on the idea of living life to the fullest and embracing challenges, reflecting Stray Kids' journey as artists.

How did Stray Kids celebrate their first music show win?
Stray Kids achieved their first music show win with the song "MIROH" on M Countdown in April 2019. They celebrated by thanking their fans, STAY, and expressing their gratitude through social media and live broadcasts.

What is the meaning behind Stray Kids' lightstick design?
Stray Kids' lightstick, known as the "SKZOO Lightstick," is designed to resemble a compass, symbolizing the group's guidance and support for their fans. The lightstick features the Stray Kids logo and can change colors during concerts and events.

How do Stray Kids members stay fit and maintain their health?
Stray Kids members maintain their health through regular exercise, healthy eating habits, and taking care of their mental well-being. They often share their workout routines and health tips with fans on social media.

What is Stray Kids' role in JYP Entertainment's NFT project?
Stray Kids participated in JYP Entertainment's NFT project, "JYPn," which features digital content, such as music, photos, and videos, as non-fungible tokens (NFTs). Stray Kids' involvement in the project further expands their presence in the digital space and allows fans to collect exclusive content.

How do Stray Kids choose their roommates in their dorm?
Stray Kids' roommates in their dorm are generally assigned by the members themselves, often based on personal preferences and compatibility. The members have occasionally switched roommates, and they sometimes share their living arrangements with fans through live broadcasts and interviews.

Have Stray Kids collaborated with any other artists?
Stray Kids have collaborated with various artists, such as Alesso and CORSAK for the song "Going Dumb" and with Steve Aoki for a remix of their song "MIROH."

What is Stray Kids' fandom called? Who are Stray Kids fans?
Stray Kids' fandom is called "STAY," which signifies the close connection between the group and their fans.

What is the meaning behind Stray Kids' fandom name, STAY? Why is Stray Kids fandom called stay?
The fandom name "STAY" was chosen by Stray Kids to represent the strong bond between the group and their fans. The name signifies that the fans will always "stay" by the group's side, supporting and believing in them.

How do Stray Kids address mental health issues in their music?
Stray Kids address mental health issues in their music by discussing topics such as self-doubt, anxiety, and depression. Their songs often convey messages of hope, resilience, and self-acceptance, encouraging listeners to face their struggles and find strength within themselves.

What are some of Stray Kids' musical influences and inspirations?
Stray Kids draw inspiration from various musical genres and artists, including hip-hop, rock, electronic, and pop. They have cited musicians such as Kendrick Lamar, Eminem, Coldplay, and BTS as some of their influences.

What is the meaning behind Stray Kids' logo?
Stray Kids' logo features a combination of their initials "SKZ" in a unique design that resembles a maze. The logo symbolizes the group's journey towards self-discovery and their pursuit of finding their own path in the world.

What is the Stray Kids UNVEIL series?
The Stray Kids UNVEIL series is a showcase event where the group presents their new music and performances to their fans before an official comeback or album release. These events allow fans to get a first glimpse of the group's new concepts and songs, as well as interact with the members.

Have Stray Kids released any Japanese songs?
Yes, Stray Kids released their first Japanese single, "TOP," in 2020, which served as the opening theme for the anime "Tower of God."

How do Stray Kids engage with their fans during the COVID-19 pandemic?
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Stray Kids have held online concerts and fan meetings, such as "Beyond LIVE - Stray Kids 'Unlock: GO LIVE IN LIFE'" in 2020, to connect with fans worldwide.

Are Stray Kids involved in any philanthropic activities?
Yes, Stray Kids actively participate in philanthropic activities, including the "Ice Bucket Challenge" for ALS awareness and donating to charities like ChildFund Korea.

How do I contact SKZ?

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What are some of the individual members' hobbies and interests?
Bang Chan enjoys swimming, Lee Know likes watching anime, Changbin is a fan of horror movies, Hyunjin enjoys painting and dancing, Han loves eating cheesecake and watching movies, Felix collects scented candles, Seungmin is into photography, and I.N enjoys playing video games and cooking.

Do the members of Stray Kids have any special talents?
Yes, many Stray Kids members have unique talents. Han can imitate Doraemon's voice, Lee Know can fold his ears, Seungmin can mimic the sound of a mosquito, and Bang Chan has double-jointed arms.

What perfume does Stray Kids use?
Some members have mentioned their favorite perfumes:
Bang Chan: Jo Malone's Wood Sage & Sea Salt
Lee Know: Jo Malone's English Pear & Freesia
I.N: Jo Malone's Peony & Blush Suede

Who is the most romantic in skz?
Felix having moments where he is very romantic, but this is based on a tarot reading and should be taken lightly.

Who speaks good English in Skz?
Bang Chan and Hyunjin are known for speaking good English. Bang Chan was born in Korea and raised in Sydney, Australia. Hyunjin lived in Las Vegas for a bit and speaks a moderate amount of English with good pronunciation.

Who sings the best in Stray Kids?
Seungmin is often considered the best singer in Stray Kids. He has the most vocal stability, a gorgeous and clean voice tone, and works hard on his vocals according to the group members.

Who is the best dancer in Skz?
Lee Know is considered one of the best dancers in Stray Kids and holds the title of Dance Leader. He is the main dancer of the group and has a background as a professional dancer, as well as a history as a backup dancer for BTS.

Who is the most introverted in Stray Kids?
Han Jisung is considered to be the most introverted member of the group. Despite being one of the loudest members, Han has anxiety and can be very introverted. In an interview, he mentioned that people often think it's weird for a celebrity to be an introvert.

Who gets the least lines in SKZ?
Felix is among the members with fewer lines in Stray Kids, with about 9-10% of the total lines going to him.

Who joined Stray Kids first?
Bang Chan was the first member to join Stray Kids, as he was part of the original lineup revealed during the reality show with the same name. He is also the leader of the group.

Who has a 4D personality in Stray Kids?
Lee Know is known for his quirky and unpredictable behavior, which some fans may interpret as a 4D personality.

Who has the deepest voice in Skz?
Felix from Stray Kids is known for having the deepest voice in the group.

Who has the biggest shoulders in Stray Kids?
Hyunjin is known to have the broadest shoulders among Stray Kids members, with a measurement of around 60 cm (23.6 inches).

What MBTI types are Stray Kids?
Bang Chan: ENFJ, Lee Know: ISFP, Changbin: ISTJ, Hyunjin: ESFP, Han: ENFP, Felix: INFP, Seungmin: ESFJ, I.N: INFJ

Who writes most of Stray Kids songs?
Bang Chan, one of the members of Stray Kids, is known to be the primary songwriter for the group.

Who is Stray Kids visual?
Hyunjin is referred to as "The Visual" of Stray Kids due to his great looks.

Who in Stray Kids like anime?
Several Stray Kids members have expressed their interest in anime. Changbin, Han, and I.N are known to be fans of anime, and they have mentioned watching popular series like "Naruto," "One Piece," and "My Hero Academia".

Who is the kindest member in Stray Kids?
I.N has been described as a sweet and caring member of the group. It is important to note that kindness is subjective, and each member may have their own unique qualities that make them kind in different ways.

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