Hoshi (SEVENTEEN) Facts
- Group K-Pop SEVENTEEN
- Unit: Performance Team
- Position Vocalist, Dancer and Leader of the Performance Unit.
- Sub Units sVT LEADERS
- Sub-unit BSS
- Position Vocalist and Dancer.
- Training period: 4 years.
- Mashok Elementary School (Graduate)
- Mashok Middle School (Graduate)
- Mashok High School (Graduate)
- Dong-ah Institute of Media and Arts
- Language: Korean, Japanese (Fluent) and Mandarin (Basic).
- Favorite colors: Black and white.
- Hobbies Taekwondo (Black Belt)
- Specialties choreography and Dance.
- Template to follow : Keone Madrid.
- He did not audition to join the company as he was recruited in a dance competition.
- His stage name, Hoshi, was chosen because he is one of the most charismatic of the group, besides meaning “tiger eyes” it also means “star” in Japanese.
- He practiced taekwondo when he was younger and even attended several competitions; he also did choreographed taekwondo through which he discovered his love for dancing.
- Next to Seung Kwan is MC in “Hoshi and Seungkwan’s Andromeda” program.
- On August 19, 2017, he announced that Hoshi will take a temporary break from his activities due to being diagnosed with enteritis (Inflammation of the small intestine).
- He choreographs with the Performance Team for all of the songs of SEVENTEEN.
Hoshi (SEVENTEEN) Music
Hoshi (SEVENTEEN) Radio Programs
- (SBS) Park Sohyun’s Love Game Radio (besides Woozi) (04.07.2020)
Hoshi (SEVENTEEN) TV Programs
- Idols Above Quizzes (KBS2, 2020) besides Joshua, Jun, DK, The8, Seung Kwan, Vernon and Dino (20.07.2020)
- Radio Star (MBC, 2020) (06.24.2020)
- Carefree Kickers (JTBC,2020) besides Seung Kwan, S.Coups, Dino, DK and Jeong Han (14.06.2020)
- Player 7 (tvN, 2019) besides Seung Kwan, Jun, S.Coups, Won Woo, Dino and DK (20.10.2019)
- Dancing High (KBS2, 2018) (Ep.7&8)
- King of Mask Singer (MBC, 2018) (Ep.153-154)
- Hello Counselor (KBS, 2018) Along with. Seung Kwan (Ep.365) (21.05.2018)
- Baek Jongwon’s 3 Kings (SBS, 2015) besides Min Gyu and The8 (Ep.12) (20.11.2015)
- Weekly Idol (MBC, 2015)