Chan (IKON)

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Member of: iKON

Real name: 정찬우 / Jung Chan Woo

Stage name: Unknown

Gender: Male

Age: 24 years

Date of birth: January 26, 1998

Place of birth: Songpa-gu, Seoul, South Korea

Height: 182cm

Weight: 64kg

Bloodtype: A

Zodiac Sign: Aquarium

Chinese Zodiac Sign: Tiger

Jung Chan Woo Profile

About Chan

Chan (IKON) Facts

  • Group K-Pop iKON
    • Position: Vocalist, dancer and maknae.
  • Education
    • Seowon Elementary School
    • Seowon Middle School
    • Seowon High School
  • Hobbies: Swimming, hip hop dancing and playing video games.
  • Favorite food: Meat, fruits and sushi.
  • He plays the flute and piano.
  • He has played two young versions of some of the characters from Lee Min Ho as teenage Goo Jun Pyo in Boys Over Flowers and young Kim Tan in The Heirs.
  • He was part of the agency Kids Planet Ent. from 2005 to 2010.
  • Initially, he was an apprentice Fantagio Ent. and was preparing to make his debut in the group 5urprise however, in 2014 he decided to audition for YG.
  • During Mix & Matchwas asked what was the reason he had decided to become a singer, and he replied: “I am a singer. The first concert I went to was by BIGBANG since then it has always been my dream; to become a singer. It will be a long way to go but I want to get better and win this battle.
  • On June 27, 2017, he officially became part of the lineup of actors in YG STAGE.
  • Previously, he shared a room with Yun Hyeong.

Chan (IKON) Advertisement

  • Mou Englishinterview Worksheets
  • Doosan weve Apartments
  • LG Corporate
  • Prudential Life Insurance
  • Composite worm cast

Chan (IKON) Drama

  • The Heirs (SBS, 2013)
  • Athena (SBS, 2010)
  • Heading to the Ground (2009)
  • A Man’s Story (2009)
  • Boys Over Flowers (KBS2, 2009)
  • Cain and Abel (SBS, 2009)
  • Dae Wang Sejong (KBS, 2008)

Chan (IKON) Films

  • Russian Coffee (2012)
  • Sweet Lies (2008)

Chan (IKON) TV Programs

  • Weekly Idol (MBC, 2018) (together with iKON)
  • Idol School Trip (JTBC, 2017) (besides iKON)
  • Fantastic Duo 2 (SBS, 2017) (with iKON)
  • Weekly Idol (MBC, 2017) (with iKON)
  • Mix & Match (Mnet, 2014)

Chan (IKON) Music Videos

Chan Links

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