Mixnine Final Rankings (Male 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 Male team (from top to bottom ranking):

  1. Woo Jin Young (Happy Face Entertainment)

Name: Woo Jin Young

Stage name: Jinyoung

Birth date: May 31, 1997

Height: 173 cm

Weight: 51 kg


  1. Kim Hyo Jin (WM Entertainment)

Name: Kim Hyo Jin

Stage name: HyoJin

Birth date: April 22, 1994


  1. Lee Ru Bin (Liveworks Company)

Name: Lee Ru Bin

Stage name: Ru Bin

Birth date: August 16, 1995


  1. Kim Byeong Kwan

Name: Kim Byeong Kwan

Stage name: Jason

Birth date: August 13, 1996

Height: 174 cm

Weight: 57 kg

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  1. Choi Hyun Suk (YG Entertainment)

Name: Choi Hyun Suk

Stage name: Hyun Suk

Birth date: April 21, 1999


  1. Song Han Gyeom (Staro Entertainment)

Name: Song HanGyeom

Stage Name: HanGyeom

Birth Date: July 17th, 1996

Height: 175 cm

Weight: 62 kg


  1. Kim Min Seok (WM Entertainment)

Name: Kim MinSeok

Stage Name: Laun

Birth Date: August 12th, 1999


  1. Lee Dong Hun (Beat Interactive)

Name: Lee DongHun

Stage Name: DongHun

Birth Date: February 28th, 1993

Height: 176 cm

Weight: 58 kg


  1. Lee Byoung Gon (YG Entertainment)

Name: Lee ByoungGon

Stage Name: ByoungGon

Birth Date: March 5th, 1998

The Male team won the show against the Female team by 8114 over 7866. The scores was determined by 20% pre-broadcast online votes, 30% text votes during the live show, 20% pre-broadcast online preference rankings, and 30% judges’ scores. Although being crowned as the winner of the show, the members of the final and debut group was not able to debut due to disagreement on the contract details involving the producer company YG Entertainment and the other agencies where the trainees came from.

Read our post of the Mixnine female finalists here >