If you're a fan of K-pop, you've probably heard of the newest group to hit the scene. It's called Stray Kids, and it's made up of 10 talented young boys. The group is under JYP Entertainment, which has been producing top-notch K-pop for decades. But what makes this group unique? What are they like? How did they get started? Read on to find out!
Stray Kids is a South Korean boy band formed by JYP Entertainment in 2018. The group consists of 10 members: Bang Chan, Changbin, Felix, Han, Hyunjin, I.N, Jaehyo, Seungmin, Taeil and Woojin.
Stray Kids' Humble Beginnings
What is so impressive about this group of boys is that they all come from humble beginnings and have managed to climb their way to the top of the charts. The members of Stray Kids were all born in 1999 and 2000, and they were discovered by JYP Entertainment at a street performance. The boys were originally five, but one member left the group in early 2018 for personal reasons.
Stray Kids' Growing Popularity
The group has been gaining popularity in Korea and internationally. They are the first idol group to be signed under JYP Entertainment's new sub-label, "JYPX". They released their debut EP "I Am Not" on November 19, 2018.
They made a comeback on November with their album "Christmas evel."
Stray Kids' Future
The group's future is unclear, but their company, JYP Entertainment, has said that they will continue to support them. Whatever happens, it's clear that the members of Stray Kids are not ready to give up. "I don't know what the future holds," says Bang Chan. "But I'm just going to do my best and keep working hard."