VICTON’s Han Seung-woo
Han Seung-woo, who is usually called Seung-woo, is the leader of X1, and he was a member of X1 who was ranked third in the final episode of the Produce X 101 program with a total vote count of 1,079,200 votes.
Before becoming a member of X1, Seung-woo made his debut as a member of the boy group VICTON in November 2016 under PLAN A Entertainment. In VICTON, Seung-woo was also appointed as the leader.
After the disbandment of X1, Seung-woo returned to his original group, VICTON. Together with the other six members, Seung-woo made a comeback with the mini-album titled CONTINOUS with the title track “Howling” released on March 9th, 2020.
Not only that, but just three months after their comeback, the group also surprised fans by releasing the mini-album Voice To New World, with the title track, “Mayday,” on June 2nd, 2020.
Wow, two comebacks in a year! It’s perfect for those of you who missed Seung-woo’s activity, right?
Cravity’s Song Hyeong-jun & Kang Min-hee
Kang Min-hee was the member who secured the 10th place in the final episode of Produce X 101 with a total vote count that reached 749,444. In X1, Min-hee had the position of vocalist.
Meanwhile, Song Hyeong-jun, or familiarly called Hyeong-jun, was a member who successfully secured the 4th position in the final episode of Produce X 101, collecting as much as 1,049,222 votes.
On April 14th, 2020, they both debuted under a group named CRAVITY along with nine other members under Starship Entertainment.
and released the music video on the same date as their debut. In just two days, their music video surpassed 4.5 million views on YouTube, successfully attracting the attention of fans.
Check out their super MV below!
Cho Seung-youn was a member who was ranked fifth in the final episode of Produce X 101 with a total vote count of 929,311 votes. He filled the position as the main vocalist and lead rapper of X1.
Seung-youn was also known as a producer even before participating in Produce X 101. He also has participated in other survival programs, such as Show Me The Money 5 and Unpretty Rapstar 3, both of which also aired on Mnet. Before debuting as a member of X1, Seung-youn had debuted as a member of UNIQ under Yuehua Entertainment and had the stage name WOODZ.
With his unique voice, WOODZ has successfully stolen the attention of music lovers with several solo songs such as “Pool,” “Meaningless,”and “Different” in 2018. And on June 29th, 2020, this Woodz also officially released his first mini-album titled EQUAL with the main song titled “Love Me Harder.”
There are two versions of the EQUAL album that show itself, the EARTH version is the softer side, while the COSMIC version depicts its charisma. Woodz describes the song “Love Me Harder” as the song that gives a different meaning to love. “Love is usually red, but I want to talk about the kind of love that is unbelievably blue. The color blue symbolizes the love between my fans and me, so it also has that meaning,” said Woodz when explaining the meaning of the song.
Check out the MV below!