Produce 101 S2

Produce 101 S2

Produce 101 Season 2 brings together 101 trainees from different entertainment companies in South Korea, and 11 trainees are selected through audience voting to form a boy band. The group will perform for 2 years together under YMC Entertainment (also the label of I.O.I from Produce 101). The top 35 also performed with the winning team at a finale concert. The winning group will disband after their contracts end, allowing the members of the final lineup to return to their agencies.
Country: Korean
Status: Completed
Airs: 2017

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  • BoA (1986)

    BoA (1986)

    Namyangju, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
  • Lee Seok Hoon (1984)

    Lee Seok Hoon (1984)

    Incheon, South Korea
  • Shin Yoo Mi (1987)

    Shin Yoo Mi (1987)

    South Korea
  • Kim Eun Yeong (Cheetah) (1990)

    Kim Eun Yeong (Cheetah) (1990)

    Busan, South Korea
  • Park Ga Hee (1980)

    Park Ga Hee (1980)

    South Korea
  • Kwon Jae Seung

    Kwon Jae Seung

    South Korea
  • Lee Yoo Jin (1992)

    Lee Yoo Jin (1992)

    South Korea
  • Park Seong Woo (1988)

    Park Seong Woo (1988)

    South Korea
  • Yoo Seon Ho (2002)

    Yoo Seon Ho (2002)

    Incheon, South Korea
  • Kwon Hyeon Bin (Viini) (1997)

    Kwon Hyeon Bin (Viini) (1997)

    Seoul, South Korea
  • Park Woo Jin (1999)

    Park Woo Jin (1999)

    Dadae-dong, Busan, South Korea
  • Ong Seong Woo (1995)

    Ong Seong Woo (1995)

    Guwol-dong, Incheon, South Korea
  • Hwang Min Hyeon (NU'EST) (1995)

    Hwang Min Hyeon (NU'EST) (1995)

    Gwangan-dong, Busan, South Korea
  • Kang Daniel (1996)

    Kang Daniel (1996)

    Yeongdo-gu, Busan, South Korea
  • Kim Jong Hyeon (JR - NU'EST) (1995)

    Kim Jong Hyeon (JR - NU'EST) (1995)

    South Korea
  • Park Ji Hoon (1999)

    Park Ji Hoon (1999)

    Masanhappo-gu, South Korea
  • Lee Dae Hwi (2001)

    Lee Dae Hwi (2001)

    Gangnam-gu, Seoul, South Korea
  • Kim Jae Hwan (1996)

    Kim Jae Hwan (1996)

    Banghwa-dong, Seoul, South Korea
  • Edward Lai (2001)

    Edward Lai (2001)

    Taiwan
  • Takada Kenta (1995)

    Takada Kenta (1995)

    Fujioka, Gunma, Japan
  • Bae Jin Yeong (CIX) (2000)

    Bae Jin Yeong (CIX) (2000)

    Jangchung-dong, Seoul, South Korea
  • Yoon Ji Seong (1991)

    Yoon Ji Seong (1991)

    Wonju-si, South Korea
  • Ha Seong Woon (1994)

    Ha Seong Woon (1994)

    Ilsanseo-gu, Goyang-si, South Korea
  • Noh Tae Hyeon (1993)

    Noh Tae Hyeon (1993)

    Seoul, South Korea
  • Kim Dong Han (JBJ) (1998)

    Kim Dong Han (JBJ) (1998)

    Daegu, South Korea
  • Kim Sang Kyoon (1995)

    Kim Sang Kyoon (1995)

    South Korea
  • Jin Long Guo (1996)

    Jin Long Guo (1996)

    Helong, Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture, China
  • Ahn Hyeong Seob (1999)

    Ahn Hyeong Seob (1999)

    Yongin-si, South Korea
  • Im Yeong Min (1995)

    Im Yeong Min (1995)

    South Korea
  • Kim Dong Hyeon (AB6IX) (1998)

    Kim Dong Hyeon (AB6IX) (1998)

    South Korea
  • Lee Eui Woong (2001)

    Lee Eui Woong (2001)

    South Korea
  • Son Dong Myeong (ONEWE) (2000)

    Son Dong Myeong (ONEWE) (2000)

    South Korea
  • Seo Seong Hyeok (RAINZ) (1999)

    Seo Seong Hyeok (RAINZ) (1999)

    South Korea
  • Byeon Hyeon Min ( RAINZ) (1999)

    Byeon Hyeon Min ( RAINZ) (1999)

    South Korea
  • Hong Eun Ki (RAINZ) (1997)

    Hong Eun Ki (RAINZ) (1997)

    South Korea
  • Lee Ki Won (RAINZ) (1996)

    Lee Ki Won (RAINZ) (1996)

    South Korea
  • Jang Dae Hyeon (1997)

    Jang Dae Hyeon (1997)

    South Korea
  • Joo Won Tak (1996)

    Joo Won Tak (1996)

    South Korea
  • Kim Seung Ri (RAINZ) (1994)

    Kim Seung Ri (RAINZ) (1994)

    South Korea
  • Choi Min Ki (Ren - NU'EST) (1995)

    Choi Min Ki (Ren - NU'EST) (1995)

    South Korea
  • Kang Dong Ho (NU'EST) (1995)

    Kang Dong Ho (NU'EST) (1995)

    Aewol-eup, Jeju-si, South Korea
  • Woo Jin Yeong (1997)

    Woo Jin Yeong (1997)

    Seoul, South Korea
  • Jeong Se Woon (1997)

    Jeong Se Woon (1997)

    Masan, South Korea
  • Kim Tae Min (1995)

    Kim Tae Min (1995)

    South Korea
  • Zhu Zheng Ting (Theo - NEX7) (1996)

    Zhu Zheng Ting (Theo - NEX7) (1996)

    Ma'anshan, China
  • Samuel Kim Arredondo (2002)

    Samuel Kim Arredondo (2002)

    Los Angeles, California, United States
  • Kim Chan Yul (Ri Han - JJCC) (1992)

    Kim Chan Yul (Ri Han - JJCC) (1992)

    South Korea
  • Justin Huang (2002)

    Justin Huang (2002)

    Rui'an, Wenzhou, China
  • Choi Ha Don (San Cheong - JJCC) (1993)

    Choi Ha Don (San Cheong - JJCC) (1993)

    South Korea
  • Joo Hak Nyeon (1999)

    Joo Hak Nyeon (1999)

    Daejeong-eup, Seogwipo-si, South Korea
  • Kim Yeon Kook (NOIR) (1995)

    Kim Yeon Kook (NOIR) (1995)

    South Korea
  • Nam Yoon Seong (NOIR) (1996)

    Nam Yoon Seong (NOIR) (1996)

    South Korea
  • Ryu Ho Yeon (1998)

    Ryu Ho Yeon (1998)

    South Korea
  • Yoo Hwe Seung (N.Flying) (1995)

    Yoo Hwe Seung (N.Flying) (1995)

    Jinjeop-eup, Namyangju-si, South Korea
  • Kim Jae Han (SPECTRUM) (1995)

    Kim Jae Han (SPECTRUM) (1995)

    South Korea
  • Lee Keon Hee (ONEUS) (1998)

    Lee Keon Hee (ONEUS) (1998)

    South Korea
  • Yeo Hwan Woong (ONEUS) (1998)

    Yeo Hwan Woong (ONEUS) (1998)

    South Korea
  • Lee Seo Ho (ONEUS) (1996)

    Lee Seo Ho (ONEUS) (1996)

    South Korea
  • Kwon Hyeop (1998)

    Kwon Hyeop (1998)

    South Korea
  • Kim Dong Bin (2001)

    Kim Dong Bin (2001)

    South Korea
  • Jeong Won Cheol (1996)

    Jeong Won Cheol (1996)

    South Korea
  • Jang Moon Bok (JMVOK - LIMITLESS) (1995)

    Jang Moon Bok (JMVOK - LIMITLESS) (1995)

    Daegu, South Korea
  • Seong Hyeon Woo (A.M - LIMITLESS) (1996)

    Seong Hyeon Woo (A.M - LIMITLESS) (1996)

    South Korea
  • Yoon Hee Seok (LIMITLESS) (1997)

    Yoon Hee Seok (LIMITLESS) (1997)

    South Korea
  • Jo Yong Geun (D1CE) (1995)

    Jo Yong Geun (D1CE) (1995)

    South Korea
  • Park Woo Dam (D1CE) (1995)

    Park Woo Dam (D1CE) (1995)

    South Korea
  • Yoon Yong Bin

    Yoon Yong Bin

    South Korea
  • Kim Shi Hyeon (1998)

    Kim Shi Hyeon (1998)

    Changwon, South Korea
  • Kang Shi Ra (1991)

    Kang Shi Ra (1991)

    South Korea
  • Choi Yoo Jeong (Weki Meki) (1999)

    Choi Yoo Jeong (Weki Meki) (1999)

    Guri-si, South Korea
  • Kim So Hye (1999)

    Kim So Hye (1999)

    Seoul, South Korea
  • Kim So Hee (Yeopso / NATURE / I.B.I) (1995)

    Kim So Hee (Yeopso / NATURE / I.B.I) (1995)

    Busan, South Korea
  • Kim Do Yeon (1999)

    Kim Do Yeon (1999)

    Bupyeong-gu, Incheon, South Korea
  • Lee Teuk (1983)

    Lee Teuk (1983)

    Sinsa-dong, Eunpyeong, South Korea

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