Do You Know About STRAY KIDS’ Members MBTI Types? Find Out More Here!

STRAY KIDS’ Han – ISTP-T

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Stray Kids’ Han‘s MBTI type is ISTP-T. ISTP-T (introverted, sensing, thinking, perceiving, turbulent) is the personality of people who are generally known to spend time thinking alone and are very independent. An ISTP-T is also very fond of new things and trying new experiences. However, an ISTP-T can also get bored very easily.

An ISTP-T also has a tendency to like to disassemble various objects or items to find out their functions and how they work. People with the ISTP-T personality are very results-oriented. When there is a problem, they will immediately try to find the cause and try various solutions to find a way out. They can’t just sit back and wait. An ISTP-T can seem quiet but can be quite friendly and easy to make friends with.

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They like to try new things, are always eager to seek new experiences, and are not afraid to take risks. This is what makes it easy for them to get bored sometimes. So, they are always looking for various ways to try new things that make them excited again.

At certain times, an ISTP can appear very quiet and introverted when facing a crisis. However, at those times, they are actually trying to calm down and keep a clear head. They can seem very independent while trying to solve their own problems.

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To prove the MBTI’s test result from Stray Kids’ Han, there is some evidence from his personality that shows that he is an ISTP-T. Stray Kids’ Han who has the English name Peter Han is able to speak Korean, English, and Malay.

An ISTP-T likes to try new experiences and doesn’t hesitate to take risks. Similarly, Stray Kids’ Han was almost eaten by a crocodile while exploring a forest river by boat. He was dragged by the river current and fell in.

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When he looked back, he saw a crocodile. “At that time, I was young so the river water was about as high as my neck so I couldn’t move when I fell. Looks like I’ll be eaten by a crocodile if I let go of my grip on the rock…” Stray Kids’ Han said.

STRAY KIDS’ Felix – ENFP-T

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Stray Kids’ Felix‘s MBTI type is ENFP-T. People with the ENFP-T personality have the ability to quickly understand what other people are feeling. People with this personality also have a high concern for others. This is what makes them so passionate about helping others. When an ENFP-T individual is faced with a choice, they are more likely to follow their feelings while making decisions rather than logic or things that are objective.

The ENFP-T individual is an extrovert, which means they love spending time with other people. For people with the ENFP-T personality, socializing is a great source of energy and a great way to boost morale. While the ENFP-T loves being in social situations, they still need time to themself, which is usually used for thinking and reflecting.

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Flexibility is also one of the characteristics of the ENFP-T personality type. ENFP-T individuals tend to prefer having many options for something. In addition, people with the ENFP-T personality are generally spontaneous and adapt easily to changes in their lives.

Being an extrovert, of course, they are known for having a very high social spirit and look very energetic when in front of many people. The Stray Kids member who was born in Sydney, Australia, on September 15, 2000, has the name Lee Felix and Korean name Lee Yong-bok. His positions in the group are lead dancer, lead rapper, and sub-vocalist. Stray Kids’ Felix moved to South Korea after he passed as a trainee at JYP Entertainment, and he had already passed the trainee period for 1 year.

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Stray Kids’ Felix was also eliminated from the Stray Kids survival program. He was eliminated in episode 8, but at the end of episode 9, he was added back into the group. His hobbies are listening to music, dancing, shopping, traveling, and beatboxing. As a child, Stray Kids’ Felix practiced taekwondo and won many medals from the competitions he participated in. This soccer-loving idol chose G-Dragon as his role model.

STRAY KIDS’ Seungmin – ESFJ-A

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Stray Kids’ Seungmin‘s MBTI type is ESFJ-A. Discussing scientific theory or debating international politics doesn’t really hold the ESFJ-A personality type for too long. The ESFJ-A personality type is more concerned with obvious practical issues including improving their social status and observing other individuals. Keeping abreast with what’s going on around them is their daily necessity, but ESFJ-A personality types do their best to harness their strengths for good.

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The ESFJ-A personality type is altruist, and they take their responsibility to help and do good things seriously. Unlike idealistic personality types, ESFJ-A personality types will base their social guidelines on established traditions and laws, upholding authority and rules rather than drawing their morality from philosophy or mysticism. It’s important for the ESFJ-A personality type to remember that individuals come from a variety of backgrounds and perspectives, and what appears to be true to them may not necessarily be the absolute truth.

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As a personality type that strongly dislikes conflict, the ESFJ-A personality type spends a lot of time building social order and prefers organized plans and activities to activities that have no clear end or spontaneous friendships.

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Stray Kids’ Seungmin is known as the neatest member and loves cleanliness. He also admitted that he always writes down his training notes every day so he can evaluate his abilities. His hobbies are writing a diary, listening to music, and eating. If he didn’t debut in Stray Kids, he wanted to be a photographer or a prosecutor. One of the members who is included in the maknae line is also a member who studies diligently and has multilingual abilities. He also studied Japanese with Stray Kids’ Bang Chan.

STRAY KIDS’ I.N – ESFJ-T

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Stray Kids’ I.N‘s MBTI type is ESFJ-T. Individuals with the ESFJ-T personality type are passionate about service, enjoying any role that allows them to participate in a useful way as long as they know they are valued and appreciated. This is especially evident at home, and the ESFJ-T personality type is both loyal and loving.

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The ESFJ-T personality type respects hierarchy, and they do their best to position themselves with authority at home and at work which allows them to keep things clear, stable, and organized for all individuals. Supportive and sociable, the ESFJ-T personality type is always easy to spot at party venues– they’re the ones who find time to chat or laugh with the individuals! But, their devotion goes beyond just living because they have to.

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Stray Kids’ I.N has an extrovert personality and expertise in singing trot, a traditional South Korean music genre. He has been a child model since he was 7 years old. If I.N didn’t debut in Stray Kids, he wanted to be a singer or a kindergarten teacher. His hobbies are watching mukbang and listening to pop and rock songs. The idol who chose winter as his favorite season claimed Bruno Mars as his role model.


Well, that is all of the information about the MBTI of Stray Kids’ members and some things you should know about their personalities. Even though they are members of the same group, it turns out that they have different MBTI results even though some share categories. Even so, they can still work very well together, right? Let’s give support to Stray Kids’ members so that their careers can shine even more in the future!

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