Lee SeokHun (SG Wannabe) Facts
- Kpop Group SG Wannabe
- Position: Vocalist.
- He belonged to the agency of Jelly Fish Entertainment until 2013.
- He was a trainee at B2M Entertainment.
- He replaces member Chae Dong Ha, who left the group in 2008.
- Mnet media held an audition to fill the position of Chae Dong Ha.
- The competition was said to be 1:500.
- He joined SG Wannabe in 2008 and started his career as a member of SG Wannabe on the group’s fifth album “My Friend”.
- After joining SG Wannabe, he also released his own mini-album in 2010.
- He enlisted in the military service on January 22, 2013 for 21 months.
- In 2017, he was the vocal coach of the program “Produce 101 Season 2”. , in which he gained a lot of attention from viewers.
- On August 13, 2018, Stone Music Entertainment, revealed, “Singer Lee Seok Hoon has welcomed a healthy son at a hospital in Seoul on August 13 at around 4:30 p.m. Currently, the mother and baby are healthy, and Lee Seok Hoon stays by his wife’s side.”
Lee SeokHun (SG Wannabe) Career
He started his career as a member of SG Wannabe in the group’s fifth album, my friend. After joining SG Wannabe, he also released his own mini album in 2010.
Lee SeokHun (SG Wannabe) TV Programs
- PRODUCE X 101 (Mnet, 2019)
- Hello Counselor (KBS2, 2019) (22.04.2019) (Ep. 409)
- PRODUCE 101season 2 (Mnet, 2017)
- Oh My School (KBS)
- We Got Married (MBC) as Kim Na Young’s partner (Ep. 76)
Lee SeokHun (SG Wannabe) Collaborations
- Jo Yu Ri – Autumn Box (besides Lee Seok Hun) (2021)
Lee SeokHun (SG Wannabe) Awards
- 2021 Brand of the Year Awards: Best Vocal (Male)
Lee SeokHun (SG Wannabe) TV Drama’s
- Seoul, Here subject for Forest (2020)
- Come On theme for Rookie Historyn Goo Hae Ryung (2019)
- That Reason subject for Partners for Justice 2 (2019)
- Strange (together with Pink BnN) theme for I Hate You, Juliet! (2019)
- It’s Okay theme for Partners for Justice (2018)
- Story subject for Radio Romance (2018)
- Healing (besides Bubble Dia) theme for Money Flower (2018)
- You and I theme for Go Back Couple (2017)
- Today Was Better Than Yesterday theme for Romantic Doctor, Teacher Kim (2017)
- I’ll Be There theme for Oh Hae Young Again (2016)
- Shouldn’t Love subject for Missing You (2012)
- Let’s Stop Here theme for Thorn Birds (2011, with Beige)