Officially Kmusic would like to wish BOYS24‘s Inho, K.A.R.D‘s J.seph, Miss A‘s Min and Super Junior‘s Ryeowook a very happy birthday!
Name: Min (Birth name – Lee Min Young – 이민영)
Group: Miss A
Year of Birth: 1991
Place of Birth: Seoul, South Korea
Things to know about Min:
- Her fan club’s name is “M&M’s.”
- At the age of 13, she and Girls’ Generation’s Hyoyeon formed a dance duo called “Little Winners.”
- For her U.S. debut, she collaborated with American producer, Jonathan Smith (otherwise known as Lil Jon).
- Her solo singles are “Boyfriend,” “Dance Like This” and “Go Ahead.”
Source: alwaysdreaminghigh | lvkpop
Name: Inho (Birth name – Hwang In Ho – 황인호)
Year of Birth: 1993
Place of Birth: South Korea
Things to know about Inho:
- He was a former SM Entertainment trainee.
- He was one of the 24 members that was selected by Produce 101 to participate on the reality survival show, BOYS24, in August of 2016.
- He was voted Top 1 with the score of 91.3 and thus becoming the leader of the blue unit.
- He was eliminated on episode 5, but was revived on episode 7 and placed into the white unit.
Source: famousbirthdays | 21pw
Name: J.seph (Birth name – Kim Tae Hyung – 김태형)
Year of Birth: 1992
Place of Birth: Chungju, Chungcheongbuk-do, South Korea
Things to know about J.seph:
- He was a trainee for five years.
- His role model is Beenzino and Simon Dominic.
- His favorite dessert is cheesecake.
- He was a dancer in a showcase for the girl group subunit, Rainbow Blaxx.
Name: Ryeowook (Birth name – Kim Ryeo Wook – 김려욱)
Group: Super Junior
Year of Birth: 1987
Place of Birth: Incheon, South Korea
Things to know about Ryeowook:
- His English name is Nathan Kim.
- When asked which Super Junior member he would marry if he was a girl, he chose Donghae.
- He attended Inha University where he majored in theater arts.
- His fan club’s name is “Ryeosomniacs.”
Source: kprofiles | alwaysdreaminghigh
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