Let’s Learn More About the MBTI of Every Stray Kids Member
Lately, many K-pop fans are curious about the MBTI of each of their favorite members. MBTI or the Myers-Briggs Personality Test is a personality test that contains questions about a person’s preferences in four different domains. Research shows that a person’s tendencies can change and, of course, that the sixteen personalities are too few to explain a person’s highly complex personality.
So, what about the personalities of K-pop idols? What were the results of the MBTI test that Stray Kids‘ members and do the results match their personalities? Let’s see more detailed information in the article below!
STRAY KIDS’ Bang Chan – ENFJ-T
Stray Kids’ Bang Chan‘s MBTI is ENFJ-T. Like motivators, ENFJ-Ts are value and vision-focused and passionate about finding the good in others. ENFJ-Ts are true leaders, passionate, and charismatic. They are also a rare type- only 2% of people in the world are MBTI personalities.
With their natural influence, ENFJ-Ts are happiest when they are successful in guiding others to improve themselves. Everyone is attracted to strong humans, and ENFJ-Ts are that. ENFJ-Ts are straight, candid, and caring people. If they think something is wrong, they will get up and say it.
The ENFJ-T personality easily communicates with others, especially one-on-one. This is because their intuition (N) helps the ENFJ-T influence others. This skill can be through facts or simply by stirring up the emotions of the listener.
ENFJ-Ts have great concern for others and act without expecting anything in return. When an ENFJ-T sees potential in a person, they will do their best to help that person reach it. They also innocently think that others are as honest as they claim.
Born in Seoul as the eldest of three children, Stray Kids’ Bang Chan spent most of his childhood in Sydney, Australia, before moving back to South Korea at the age of 13. He passed a local audition in Australia for the K-pop label JYP Entertainment and began his training as a K-pop artist.
The time Stray Kids’ Bang Chan spent as a trainee is almost unheard of– eight grueling years. In December 2017, JYP Entertainment announced Stray Kids’ Bang Chan’s debut performance as Stray Kids’ leader on March 25, 2018.
“I think growing up there [Sydney] and being able to learn about a different culture was really helpful. Also, being fluent in English is probably one of the biggest reasons why we can communicate with STAY around the world conveniently. My being the team leader happened naturally. I think it’s because I’m the one who gathers everyone together so that’s probably the reason why,” Stray Kids’ Bang Chan said.
STRAY KIDS’ Lee Know – ESFJ-T
Stray Kids’ Lee Know‘s MBTI type is ESFJ-T. Individuals who have the ESFJ-T personality type, for lack of a better word, are popular which, of course, makes sense as this type is also a very common personality type making up twelve percent of the population. In high school, the ESFJ-T personality type is usually the cheerleader and quarterback setting the pattern, being in the spotlight, and leading their team to victory and fame.
The ESFJ-T personality type is always happy to support friends and loved ones, organize social gatherings, and do their best to make sure everyone is happy. By nature, the ESFJ-T personality type is a social being and is always up-to-date on what their friends are doing.
The ESFJ-T personality type really enjoys hearing about their friends’ relationships and activities, remembers the little things, and is always ready to talk about anything with warmth and sensitivity. If things don’t go well, or there’s tension in the room, the ESFJ-T personality type gets over it and tries to restore harmony and stability to the group.
The Scorpio zodiac guy who has a height of 172 cm is an only child, and Stray Kids’ Lee Know also has a hobby of traveling and watching movies. Stray Kids’ Lee Know can use his right and left hands simultaneously, aka is ambidextrous.
Stray Kids’ Lee Know said that memorizing the choreography by looking at people can make him unfocused. Because of that, he likes to memorize the choreography while looking at the floor. Another secret is to close your eyes, stay focused, and think about the choreography. Lee Know also choreographed for Stray Kids’ “Hellevator.”
His MBTI test result was also proven by a member of Stray Kids who revealed that Stray Kids’ Lee Know was the last member to join Stray Kids but his abilities were like a trainee for years. According to Stray Kids’ Seungmin, Stray Kids’ Lee Know is a good teacher because, if asked for help, Stray Kids’ Lee Know won’t hesitate to teach from the start.
Stray Kids’ Lee Know is also known as 4D Bundle Boy, a nickname he got because he wrapped his clothes using fabric bundles when he was about to move to the dorm to live with the other members. Fans thought he was doing it as a joke, but he’s been doing something like that for a long time and was inspired by his parents. Another nickname he has is 4D which he got from his friends because of his good personality, politeness, humor, and unpredictability.
STRAY KIDS’ Changbin – ENFP-T
Stray Kids’ Changbin‘s MBTI type is ENFP-T. The ENFP-T personality is 1 of the 16 personality types classified by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). People with the ENFP-T personality are described as creative, enthusiastic, charismatic, energetic, and independent. An estimated 5–7% of the world’s population belongs to the ENFP-T personality.
ENFP-T is an acronym for extroverted, intuitive, feeling, perceiving, and turbulent. Individuals with the ENFP-T personality are very fond of gathering positive ideas that can reflect their hopes and good intentions towards others. They are also able to channel positive energy into the people around them. Therefore, ENFP-T individuals are often referred to as motivators.
ENFP-T individuals typically have excellent communication skills, both oral and written. They also generally have the power to encourage and assist others in realizing positive ideas. This is what makes them ideal leaders.
The first time you see Stray Kids’ Changbin, you will feel that he is an arrogant and rigid figure. But, after getting to know him more, he is a gentle and cute figure like Hello Kitty. In fact, he is known as the aegyo machine of his group.
Stray Kids’ Changbin likes many things with a dark impression from clothes to collections and songs. Even when he is on stage, his dark impression increasingly appeared until he was nicknamed The Dark Rapper.
The characteristics of ENFP-T that are owned by Stray Kids’ Changbin are evident from his great rapping skills. Changbin once showed his prowess on Show Me the Money 5. Even though it was only brief, his appearance was impressive.
No wonder he can rap perfectly to every beat. Stay must also be familiar with 3RACHA, a trio of producers who often make cool songs for Stray Kids, where Changbin has the stage name SPEARB.
STRAY KIDS’ Hyunjin – INFP-T
Stray Kids’ Hyunjin‘s MBTI type is INFP-T. Introverts are not always quiet and avoiding socializing. People with INFP-T personalities are introverted figures who tend to have a caring nature and like to help others.
INFP-T stands for introvert, intuition, feeling, perception, and turbulent. The INFP-T personality is one of 16 personality types classified according to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). People with INFP personalities tend to be known as introverts who are idealistic, creative, and have a high human spirit. Among their close friends, they are loyal, sensitive, and loving.
People with INFP-T personalities tend to be known for being quiet, but that doesn’t mean they’re shy and don’t want to hang out. They prefer to interact with close friends or be alone because social interaction can make them feel tired. When working on something, INFP-T personalities tend to rely on their intuition rather than looking at facts and focus on the big picture rather than the details. However, they can be very meticulous when working on something that is very important to them.
Whenever considering a decision, people with the INFP-T personality prioritize the feelings involved in the decision rather than thinking about objective things. People with the INFP-T personality do not like conflict and try to avoid it as much as possible. However, when other people are involved in a conflict, an INFP-T figure is very suitable to be a mediator because they are able to realize and express feelings that cannot be expressed by the people in the conflict.
When talking about Stray Kids’ Hyunjin’s personality, he is one of the members who is famous for his charisma but is also shy at the same time. Since he was in school, Stray Kids’ Hyunjin has been known for his handsome looks. He even had the nickname Prince while attending the School of Performing Arts Seoul.
Just for the record, this is a school for K-pop idols including Park Ji-hoon, NCT 127’s Mark, Bae Suzy, BTS’ Jungkook, etc. However, in an interview in 2018, he denied being called Prince by his friends. “I have to explain this. The kids in my class say, ‘Why are you a prince?’ They never call me that!” he said.