Stray Kids Members

Stray Kids, one of the most popular South Korean boy groups, debuted in 2018. The group was formed by JYP Entertainment through a reality show called "Stray Kids" aimed at getting together. The group consists of eight talented members, each with their own unique talents and personalities.

Members Profiles:


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



A Closer Look at Group Members:

Bang Chan

Born on October 3, 1997, in Seoul, South Korea, Christopher Bang, better known as Bang Chan, moved to Sydney, Australia, with his family when he was eight years old. He attended Cheongdam High School and later Newtown High School of the Performing Arts in Sydney. In 2010, at just 13 years old, Bang Chan took a significant step towards realizing his dream of becoming a musician by participating in the JYP Entertainment Global Audition held in Sydney. Bang Chan is part of a music production trio within Stray Kids called 3RACHA, which also includes members Changbin and Han

Bang Chan, a member of the K-pop group Stray Kids, has a younger sister named Hannah and a younger brother named Lucas. Born in Australia, he is fluent in English and Korean and can also speak basic Japanese and Chinese. He trained for seven years before debuting with Stray Kids in 2018. Bang Chan is a multitalented artist who can play various instruments such as guitar, piano, and drums. He is also known for his athletic abilities, having participated in various sports like swimming, soccer, and taekwondo. Standing at 171 cm (5'7") tall, he is one of the taller members of Stray Kids. Fans and fellow members often call him "Kangaroo" due to his Australian background and energetic personality. In his free time, Bang Chan enjoys listening to music, surfing, and exercising. He also loves cooking and trying out new recipes. Bang Chan loves trying different cuisines, with sushi, pizza, and Australian snacks like Tim Tams among his favorites. Some of his favorite bands are Nirvana, Coldplay, and Radiohead, and he looks up to artists like Justin Bieber, G-Dragon, and 2PM's Jun.K for their musical talent. His dream collaborations include working with Billie Eilish, Post Malone, and BTS. Bang Chan's favorite colors are black, white, and green. He is a sports enthusiast who enjoys playing soccer, basketball, and swimming. During his school days, he was part of a swimming team for four years.

Known for his kind heart, Bang Chan often participates in charitable activities, such as donating his handmade bracelets to a charity auction to help raise funds for children in need. In 2020, he and Stray Kids participated in the "K-pop Artists for Human Rights" campaign, which aimed to promote human rights awareness and education among young people. An animal lover, Bang Chan has a pet dog named Berry and often shares pictures and videos of his furry friend on social media. Despite his tough image, he has a fear of insects, especially cockroaches. He considers his father to be his role model and aspires to be as hardworking and caring as him. Bang Chan has a few tattoos, each with a special meaning, such as a compass on his arm symbolizing his desire to always find the right path in life. Bang Chan often shares his favorite songs and playlists with fans, introducing them to new music and artists. He even created a Spotify playlist called "Bang Chan's Room" featuring his current favorite tracks.

His motto is "Just enjoy the moment right now." He finds inspiration for his songs through personal experiences, emotions, and conversations with his fellow Stray Kids members. Bang Chan enjoys watching movies in his free time, with "Inception," "The Avengers," and "The Dark Knight" among his favorites. He has a close relationship with his younger sister, Hannah, often mentioning her in interviews and on social media. His dream vacation destinations include Iceland, New Zealand, and the Maldives. Bang Chan likes to wear fresh and light scents, such as citrus or aquatic fragrances. As of September 21, he became the youngest member of the top ten on KOMCA's credit list, with 138 songs accredited to him. His dedication to his craft and his group's success has earned him and Stray Kids numerous awards and accolades, including "Best New Male Artist" at the 2018 Mnet Asian Music Awards, "Rookie of the Year" at the 2019 Golden Disc Awards, and "Best 3 New Artists (Asia)" at the 2019 Japan Gold Disc Awards. CLICK for detailed information.

Lee Know

Born on October 25, 1998, in Gimpo, South Korea, Lee Min-ho, better known as Lee Know. While attending Gimpo Jeil Technical High School, he balanced his academic pursuits with refining his dancing abilities. Before becoming a member of Stray Kids, he gained invaluable experience as a backup dancer for BTS during their "Wings" tour. In Stray Kids, Lee Know holds essential roles as the lead dancer, vocalist, and visual member. 

Lee Know, a member of the K-pop group Stray Kids, is known for his unique and fun personality, often described as having a 4D personality. Born as an only child, his first name "Minho" means "vast sky." He can speak Korean, English, and basic Japanese, and his shoe size is 250/255 mm. Fans often call him by the nicknames "Bunny" and "Minnie" due to his cute and charming personality. Before joining Stray Kids, Lee Know participated in the "Stray Kids" survival show, where he was eliminated on the 4th episode but was later given a chance to come back. In addition to his work with Stray Kids, he has also appeared in various television shows and variety programs, such as "Idol Room," "Weekly Idol," and "King of Mask Singer." He has a close relationship with fellow Stray Kids member Han, as they both trained together before joining the group. Lee Know's passion for dancing began at a young age, and he started training in various dance styles, including street dance, contemporary dance, and ballet. He looks up to BTS' J-Hope, EXO's Kai, and SHINee's Taemin as his role models in dancing. Lee Know chose his stage name as a combination of his family name, Lee, and the word "know," which signifies his desire to be knowledgeable in various fields.

In his free time, Lee Know enjoys reading novels, watching movies, hiking, and choreographing. Some of his favorite movies include "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" and "Inception." He has mentioned that he would like to try acting in the future, following the footsteps of other K-pop idols who have ventured into acting careers. Lee Know is known for his love of animals, particularly cats. He has three cats named Soon-ie, Doong-ie, and Dori. He also has an older sister, with whom he shares a close bond and often discusses his experiences in the K-pop industry. When it comes to his personal style, Lee Know prefers comfortable and casual clothing, such as jeans, t-shirts, and sneakers. His favorite color is mint green, which he finds calming and refreshing.

Lee Know and Stray Kids have participated in several charitable activities, such as the Ice Bucket Challenge, to raise awareness and funds for various causes. They have also won numerous awards since their debut, including Rookie of the Year, Best New Male Artist, and Best Performance awards. Lee Know has developed close friendships with other K-pop idols, such as members from TXT, ATEEZ, and The Boyz, fostering a sense of camaraderie in the industry. He has mentioned that his ideal type is someone who is kind, understanding, and supportive of his career and passions. Lee Know also admires various fashion brands, such as Gucci, Balenciaga, and Off-White, which often inspire his personal style. CLICK for detailed information.


Seo Chang-bin, known as Changbin, was born on August 11, 1999, in Yongin, South Korea. Growing up, he found inspiration from artists like Eminem, G-Dragon, and Beenzino, which fueled his passion for music and dance. During his trainee days, Changbin forged a strong connection with Bang Chan and Han, leading to the formation of the sub-unit 3RACHA. In Stray Kids, Changbin serves as the main rapper and vocalist, significantly contributing to the group's overall sound and stage performances. His lyrics frequently touch upon themes like self-discovery, personal growth, and the struggles of youth. 

Fans affectionately call Changbin "dark rapper" due to his deep voice and intense rap style. He loves to eat bread, especially croissants. He has a fear of heights, also known as acrophobia. Changbin participated in a collaboration with singer Seori for the song "Love Me Harder" in 2020. In the Stray Kids dorm, Changbin shared a room with Hyunjin and Han. Besides his native Korean, Changbin can also speak basic English and Japanese. Changbin is skilled at playing the piano, which he has been learning since childhood. Changbin has a pet dog named Berry, which he often talks about during interviews and live broadcasts. Changbin, along with Stray Kids, has won numerous awards, including Rookie of the Year, Best New Artist, and Best Performance.

Changbin and Stray Kids have participated in various charitable events and campaigns, such as the Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS awareness and donating to children's hospitals. He trained for two years under JYP Entertainment before debuting with Stray Kids. He made a cameo appearance in the web drama "A-Teen Season 2" in 2019, showcasing his acting skills. Along with Stray Kids, Changbin was appointed as an ambassador for the Korean Culture and Information Service (KOCIS) in 2021. Changbin and Stray Kids have endorsed various brands, including Jambangee Jeans, Ivy Club, and Pro-Specs. He has appeared on several Korean variety shows with Stray Kids, such as "Idol Room," "Weekly Idol," and "Knowing Bros." His motto is "Let's live with a positive mind, enjoy the present, and be happy."

Changbin has a younger sister, which he has mentioned in interviews and fan interactions. His favorite color is black, which often reflects in his wardrobe choices and personal style. He enjoys watching action movies and has mentioned "Kingsman" as one of his favorite films. Changbin is a fan of coffee and enjoys trying different types of coffee drinks. He has participated in various reality shows with Stray Kids, such as "Two Kids Room" and "Finding Stray Kids," which give fans a glimpse into their daily lives and personalities. Changbin has shared that one of his dreams is to perform at a sold-out stadium concert with Stray Kids. CLICK for detailed information.


Born on March 20, 2000, in Seoul, South Korea, Hwang Hyunjin, better known simply as Hyunjin. At the young age of nine, he moved to Las Vegas, Nevada, with his family, only to return to South Korea later to pursue his passion for performing arts. He enrolled at the School of Performing Arts Seoul (SOPA), where he honed his skills and even won the "Best Dance Performer" title. During his time at SOPA, Hyunjin caught the attention of JYP Entertainment, which led to his journey as a trainee. As a member of Stray Kids, he showcased his diverse talents, taking on the roles of lead dancer, lead rapper, and sub-vocalist. 

Known to his fans as "The Prince" or "Jinnie". His love for animals, particularly cats, has endeared him to fans even more. He often shares pictures and stories about his pet cat, Kkami, and supports animal welfare causes by participating in charity events for animal shelters. Before joining Stray Kids, Hyunjin made a brief appearance in the web drama "A-Teen" in 2018. He has mentioned that he admires G-Dragon from BIGBANG and Taemin from SHINee, and enjoys listening to various genres of music, including hip-hop, R\&B, and pop. Some of his favorite artists include Post Malone, Justin Bieber, and Billie Eilish. Hyunjin's love for food is evident in his participation in several mukbang (eating broadcast) sessions, where he engages with fans while enjoying a meal together. In 2021, Hyunjin and Stray Kids were appointed as honorary ambassadors for the Korea Culture and Information Service (KOCIS), promoting Korean culture and the Hallyu (Korean Wave) worldwide.

He took a four-month hiatus from his music activities due to a bullying scandal. He lived in Las Vegas for a short period during his childhood, where he went by the name Sam. Hyunjin has showcased his dancing abilities through a dance cover of "Play With Fire" by Sam Tinnesz on Stray Kids' official YouTube channel, receiving an overwhelmingly positive response from fans. In addition to his work with Stray Kids, Hyunjin has collaborated with other artists, such as Seungmin, on cover songs like "Mollado" by Seungri and B.I. His popularity has also led to numerous brand endorsements and ambassadorships, with Hyunjin and the other Stray Kids members working with various brands, including Jambangee Jeans, Ivy Club, and Pro-Specs. CLICK for detailed information.


Han, a talented member of the popular K-pop group Stray Kids, was born on September 14, 2000, in Incheon, South Korea. His full name is Han Ji-sung, but he is also known by his stage name, Han. Han began his educational journey at Incheon's Samsan Middle School in South Korea. Following that, he had the opportunity to study at the International School of Penang (Uplands) in Malaysia, where he acquired English language skills. Upon returning to South Korea, Han enrolled in Goyang Global High School to continue his studies. Han joined JYP Entertainment as a trainee in 2015. Later, Han attended the renowned School of Performing Arts Seoul (SOPA), a high school famous for cultivating talent in the entertainment industry. He successfully graduated in 2019. SOPA boasts an impressive list of alumni, including K-Pop stars such as BTS's Jungkook and EXO's Suho.

He has an older brother, and his family has been supportive of his dreams of becoming a musician. Han is the main rapper, lead vocalist, and producer for Stray Kids. He chose his stage name as a combination of his real name, Han Ji-sung, and the first letter of his English name, Peter. He is fluent in Korean and English, and he is also learning Japanese to better communicate with Stray Kids' international fans. Fans and fellow members affectionately call Han by various nicknames, such as "Squirrel," "Quokka," and "Honey Voice," due to his cute appearance and sweet singing voice. Han is inspired by various artists, including Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole, and South Korean rapper Beenzino.

Han loves to eat, and his favorite foods include pizza, chicken, and ice cream. However, he is allergic to seafood, so he avoids dishes containing fish or shellfish. He likes to wear oversized clothing, accessorizing with hats, and layering different pieces to create interesting outfits. Han is an animal lover and has a pet dog named Kkami. He often shares pictures and videos of Kkami on social media, showcasing their adorable bond. Since debuting with Stray Kids, Han has received numerous awards and accolades with the group. Some of their notable achievements include winning "Best New Male Artist" at the 2018 Mnet Asian Music Awards and "Rookie of the Year" at the 2019 Golden Disc Awards. Han and Stray Kids have appeared on various South Korean television programs, such as Weekly Idol, Idol Room, and Knowing Bros. CLICK for detailed information.


Felix's full name is Lee Yong-bok, and he was born on September 15, 2000, in Sydney, Australia. He has two older sisters named Rachel and Olivia. Felix, a member of the South Korean boy group Stray Kids, is known for his skills as a lead rapper, vocalist and lead dancer. He also has a talent for beatboxing and playing the piano. Felix is fluent in both English and Korean. He grew up speaking English in Australia and learned Korean after joining JYP Entertainment to become a K-pop idol. He experienced a mental breakdown during a traditional Korean board game called Yut Nori, which the group played to celebrate Chuseok. The twist in the game was that the members were not allowed to speak English, which proved to be a challenge for Felix, who grew up with English as his first language. During the game, Felix struggled to communicate with his fellow members in Korean, which led to a series of misunderstandings and some frustration. As the game progressed, Felix was caught saying an English word, which resulted in a punishment of wearing a traditional Korean hat. During the "Stray Kids" reality show, Felix was temporarily eliminated due to concerns about his language skills and ability to adapt to the Korean entertainment industry. However, he was later brought back into the group before their debut.

Fans have given Felix several nicknames, including "Lix," "Yongbok," and "Happy Virus," the latter reflecting his cheerful and energetic personality. Some of Felix's musical inspirations include BIGBANG, G-Dragon, and BTS. Some of his favorite foods include Korean fried chicken, pizza, and spaghetti. Felix's favorite color is black, which he often incorporates into his fashion choices and personal style. He is known for his friendly personality and has formed close friendships with other K-pop idols, such as Bang Chan from Stray Kids and Eric from The Boyz. His personal style is a mix of streetwear, high-end fashion, and comfortable casual wear. He often experiments with different looks and trends. He is known for his cooking abilities and has showcased his skills on various variety shows and live broadcasts. He has mentioned that if he weren't a K-pop idol, he would like to be a chef. One of Felix's unique and charming features is his freckles, which fans adore. He often proudly shows off his freckles in photos and videos. Felix has mentioned in interviews that he has a fear of heights.

Before joining Stray Kids, Felix trained in various dance styles, including ballet and modern dance. He is a sports enthusiast and particularly enjoys soccer and skateboarding. Felix is known to be an animal lover and has a particular fondness for cats. He has mentioned in interviews that he would love to own a cat someday. Felix has shown his caring nature by participating in various charitable events and activities, such as donating to children's hospitals and supporting animal welfare organizations. In July 2021, Felix and Stray Kids donated 10,000 kilograms of rice to those in need, which was distributed through the Korea Social Welfare Community. He has been open about the importance of mental health and self-care, encouraging fans to take care of themselves and seek help when needed.

As an Australian-born K-pop idol, Felix plays a role in promoting multiculturalism and diversity within the K-pop industry. Felix has received numerous awards and accolades for their music and performances, including Rookie of the Year, Best New Artist, and Best Performance awards from various music award ceremonies. Felix and Stray Kids participated in the Mnet survival show "Kingdom: Legendary War," ultimately winning the competition. They have also made appearances on popular variety shows, such as "Weekly Idol" and "Knowing Brothers," where Felix has charmed viewers with his friendly personality and language skills. They have participated in KCON, a global K-pop convention, and various online concerts, reaching fans all around the world. CLICK for detailed information.


Seungmin, born on September 22, 2000, in Seoul, South Korea, is a talented member of the well-known K-pop group, Stray Kids. His full name is Kim Seung-min. He studied at Cheongdam High School, an esteemed school in Seoul, where he managed to juggle his academics with his love for music. Within Stray Kids, Seungmin takes on a crucial role as a lead vocalist and an MC. In various interviews and fan events, Seungmin has shared that he admires numerous artists in the Korean music scene. Some of his primary inspirations include renowned K-pop groups like SHINee and DAY6, as well as solo performers such as Park Hyo Shin and IU. Additionally, Seungmin has expressed his appreciation for Western artists like Sam Smith, Adele, and Charlie Puth.

Seungmin initially had aspirations to become a baseball player but had to stop due to an injury. He later discovered his passion for singing and even won a prize at a nursery rhyme contest in fourth grade, eventually joining a choir. Seungmin chose to audition for JYP Entertainment after his friend Lee Daehwi (AB6IX), a former JYP trainee, encouraged him to do so. As part of the group's vocal subunit, VOCALRACHA, he plays a significant role in the group's music. Seungmin is often referred to as "Sunshine" by his fans and "Snail" by his fellow Stray Kids members. He graduated from the School of Performing Arts Seoul (SOPA) in 2019. Seungmin is fluent in English, having learned the language through self-study and watching American TV shows. Before debuting with Stray Kids, Seungmin trained for 1 year and 11 months under JYP Entertainment. Seungmin is allergic to cat fur but still loves cats and finds them adorable.  Seungmin's favorite color is blue, which he finds calming and refreshing. Seungmin loves eating chicken, especially fried chicken.

Seungmin shares a room with I.N, another member of Stray Kids, in their dormitory. Seungmin has a dog named Dori, who he loves and often talks about during interviews and live broadcasts. Seungmin enjoys playing soccer and was a member of his school's soccer team before joining JYP Entertainment. Seungmin, along with fellow Stray Kids member Hyunjin, co-hosted the radio show "SKZ's Room" on Naver NOW. Seungmin has mentioned that his ideal type is someone with a bright and positive personality, who can make him laugh and feel comfortable. Seungmin, as part of Stray Kids, has won numerous awards, including Rookie of the Year, Best New Male Artist, and Best 3 New Artists (Asia) at various award shows and ceremonies. Seungmin has showcased his hosting skills as a special MC for various music shows, such as Mnet's "M Countdown" and SBS MTV's "The Show." Seungmin has participated in various Korean variety shows, such as "King of Mask Singer" and "Idol Room," showcasing his humor and wit.

Seungmin is known to have close friendships with members of other K-pop groups, such as TXT's Beomgyu and AB6IX's Daehwi, whom he met during their trainee days and school years. Seungmin can play the guitar and has occasionally showcased his skills during live performances and broadcasts. Seungmin and Stray Kids have participated in various charitable activities, such as the Ice Bucket Challenge, to raise awareness and funds for causes like Lou Gehrig's disease (ALS). Seungmin has a casual and comfortable fashion sense, often opting for jeans, t-shirts, and sneakers. He also likes to accessorize with hats, such as beanies and bucket hats. Before debuting with Stray Kids, Seungmin appeared in the music video for the song "Hellevator," which was released in 2017 and served as the group's pre-debut single. Seungmin's blood type is A, which is often associated with a calm and composed personality in South Korean culture. Seungmin is known to be an early riser, often waking up before the other Stray Kids members to prepare for their schedules and activities.

Seungmin's favorite season is autumn, as he enjoys the cool weather, colorful foliage, and cozy atmosphere that the season brings. Seungmin is a member of Stray Kids' vocal line sub-unit, which includes other members with strong vocal abilities like Woojin, I.N, and Han. Seungmin has expressed his desire to visit countries like Italy, Japan, and Australia, where he can experience their unique cultures, landscapes, and cuisines. Seungmin enjoys watching various movie genres and has mentioned that some of his favorite films include "La La Land," "Begin Again," and "The Avengers" series. Seungmin's personal motto is "Let's be a person who knows how to be thankful". CLICK for detailed information.


I.N, whose real name is Yang Jeong In, was born on February 8, 2001, in Busan, South Korea. He is the youngest member of Stray Kids and was raised in a loving family, alongside his older brother.  I.N, as the main vocalist and maknae of the group, quickly gained recognition for his powerful vocals and charming personality.

Fans often call I.N "Desert Fox" because of his cute and charming appearance. I.N attended the School of Performing Arts Seoul (SOPA), where he studied Practical Music. I.N is known for his powerful and stable vocals. He can also play the piano and has a unique ability to imitate the sound of a mosquito. I.N admires his fellow Stray Kids members, especially Bang Chan, as well as other K-pop artists like EXO's D.O. I.N loves to eat various types of food, but some of his favorites include chicken, pizza, and tteokbokki (spicy rice cakes). I.N's favorite color is yellow, which he believes represents his bright and cheerful personality. In addition to his native Korean, I.N is also learning English and Japanese to communicate better with international fans. I.N has a pet dog named Kkami, who he often shares pictures of on social media. I.N has mentioned that he is afraid of water, particularly deep water and swimming pools. I.N's fashion style is typically casual and comfortable, often featuring hoodies, jeans, and sneakers. I.N has collaborated with other Stray Kids members on various projects, such as participating in the OST for the Korean drama "Extraordinary You" with Seungmin.

I.N has formed friendships with other K-pop idols, such as TXT's Beomgyu and ENHYPEN's Jay, showcasing the camaraderie among artists in the industry. With Stray Kids, I.N has received numerous awards and accolades, including the "Rookie of the Year" award at the 2018 Mnet Asian Music Awards. I.N has cited various artists as his musical influences, including the legendary Michael Jackson, Bruno Mars, and K-pop icon G-Dragon. I.N and the rest of Stray Kids have starred in their own reality shows, such as "Finding Stray Kids" and "SKZ-Talker," giving fans a glimpse into their daily lives and behind-the-scenes moments. I.N has mentioned that his role model is his father, who has always been supportive and encouraging of his dreams and aspirations.

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