Mixnine Final Rankings (Female Team)

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Mixnine is a South Korean program produced by JTBC broadcasting station, Director Han Dong Chul and YG Entertainment’s CEO Yang Hyun Suk. The program began with Yang Hyun Suk together with guest judges visited entertainment agencies in Korea to look for trainees for the program. The contestants of the show include both trainees as well as less-known K-pop idols. The final episode featured two teams (Male team and Female team) who battled out against each other to determine the debut group.

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Below are final lineup of contestants from Female team (from top to bottom ranking):

  1. Shin Ryu Jin (JYP Entertainment)


Name: Shin Ryu Jin

Stage name: Ryu Jin

Birth date: April 17, 2001

Role Model: Lee Hyori


  1. Lee Soo Min (FAVE Entertainment)


Name: Lee Soo Min

Stage name: Soo Min

Birth date: March 28, 1999


  1. Park Soo Min (IME Korea)

Name: Park Soo Min

Stage name: Soo Min

Birth date: September 7, 2001

Role model: IU


  1. Jeon Hee Jin (BlockBerry Creative)

Name: Jeon Hee Jin

Stage name: Heejin

Birth date: October 19, 2000

Role model: Lucia


  1. Nam Yu Jin (Bace Camp Entertainment)

Name: Nam Yu Jin

Stage name: Yu Jin

Birth date: December 8, 1995

Role model: She has many favorite artists but intentionally avoids having them as role models.

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  1. Choi Moon Hee (Maroo Entertainment)

Name: Choi Moon Hee

Stage name: Moonhee

Birth date: April 25, 1997


  1. Kim So Ri (Mole Entertainment)

Name: Kim So Ri

Stage name: Sori

Birth date: July 21, 1990

Role model: Kim Yuna


  1. Jang Hyo Gyeong (Star Empire Entertainment)


Name: Jang Hyo Gyeong

Stage name: Hyo Gyeong

Birth date: November 15, 1999

Role Model: Ariana Grande


  1. Lee Ha Young (Coridel Entertainment)


Name: Lee Ha Young

Stage name: Hayoung

Birth date: August 3, 1993


The Female Team consists of nine female trainees who were among the finalists who went against the Male Team to determine the final group of Korean reality show Mixnine. The girls were defeated by the Male Team with them only garnering 7,886 votes compared to the winning team who was able to win the show with 8,114 total points. The points were based on 20% pre-broadcast online votes, 30% text votes during the live show, 20% pre-broadcast online preference rankings, and 30% judges’ scores.

Check out our review of the Male Mixnine finalists here >