Qian Kun (Chinese: 钱锟) referred to as Kun (Hangul: 쿤) is a Chinese singer, born in Fujian on January 1, 1996. He made a special participation on NCT U but officially it is not part of it and is the leader and part of the lead vocalists of WayV.
History on NCT Edit
- April 10, 2016: Made a special participation on the sub-unit NCT U with the single "Without You (Chinese ver.)".
- March 14, 2018: Made his debut on the project unit NCT 2018 with the full album, NCT 2018 Empathy.
- January 17, 2019: Made his debut on the sub-unit WayV with the digital EP, The Vision.
- Stage Name: Kun (쿤)
- Zodiac Sign: Capricorn
- Leader (WayV)
- Lead Vocalist
- Nickname: Little Kun Kun, Xiaodan, Dandan, Kun-ge, Kun-mama
TV Shows Edit
|2019||Keep Running||ZJTV||Guest||Best Friend Special w/ Lucas|
|2018||Zhongjie 1946||with Winwin & Lucas|
- Hobbies: Listening to music, Studying Magic, Playing with Technology, Playing piano and guitar, Dancing, Taking photos of airplanes, Sleeping, Swimming
- Speciality: Singing, Magic, Piano, Cooking
- Beijing Contemporary Music Institute (Pop Vocal Performance) (Graduated)
- Favorite Numbers: 3 and 7
- Favorite Drinks: Coffee latte, orange juice
- Favorite Foods: Sweet and sour pork ribs, beef, chocolate, cheese cake, ice cream
- Favorite Genre: R&B
- Favorite Artists: Jay Chou and Jason Mraz
- Favorite Movie Genre: Comedy
- Favorite Accessory: Sunglasses
- He auditioned to be part of Tiger Boys 2.0, a spin-off of the super popular Chinese idol group Tiger Boys.
- He made it to the top 10 of the competition, but decided to drop out due to school.
- He got into S.M. Entertainment through 2015 S.M. Global Audition in Beijing.
- His current roommates are Xiaojun and YangYang.
- He likes cats.
- He has two dogs at home named Xiao Mi and Fei Fei.
- He is an only child.
- He and Ten adopted a kitten named Hutong who lives with them in WayV's dorm.
- When he was young, he wanted to become an astronaut.
- He wants to obtain a pilot license.
- He wishes to have a duet with EXO’s Chen one day.
- Was part of a Taiwanese group called CHANGE, but they didn't last long, unfortunately.
| To view the Kun gallery, click here.
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