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Get To Know: Treasure

Treasure are a 12 member boy group under YG. They all participated in YG Treasure Box.

Members:


[Hyunsuk]

Full Name: Choi Hyun Suk
Position: Leader, Rapper
Birthday: April 21, 1999 (21 years old) - He's the oldest member.
Nationality: Korean

[Jihoon]

Full Name: Park Ji Hoon
Position: Leader, Vocalist (They have 2 leaders I believe, subject to change when more info is revealed as this info is relying on the fact that they were originally in two different sub-units)
Birthday: March 14, 2000 (20 years old)
Nationality: Korean

[Yoshi]

Full Name: Kanemoto Yoshinori
Position: Rapper
Birthday: May 15, 2000 (20 years old)
Nationality: Japanese

[Junkyu]

Full Name: Kim Jun Kyu
Position: Vocalist
Birthday: September 9, 2000 (19 years old)
Nationality: Korean

[Mashiho]

Full Name: Takata Mashiho
Position: Vocalist
Birthday: March 25, 2001 (19 years old)
Nationality: Japanese

[Jaehyuk]

Full Name: Yoon Jae Hyuk
Position: Vocalist, Rapper
Birthday: July 23, 2001 (19 years old)
Nationality: Korean

[Asahi]

Full Name: Hamada Asahi
Position: Vocalist
Birthday: August 20, 2001 (18 years old) - Will be 19 this month.
Nationality: Japanese

[Yedam]

Full Name: Bang Ye Dam
Position: Vocalist
Birthday: May 7, 2002 (18 years old)
Nationality: Korean

[Doyoung]

Full Name: Kim Do Young
Position: Vocalist
Birthday: December 4, 2003 (16 years old)
Nationality: Korean

[Haruto]

Full Name: Watanabe Haruto
Position: Rapper
Birthday: April 5, 2004 (16 years old)
Nationality: Japanese

[Jeongwoo]

Full Name: Park Jeong Woo
Position: Vocalist
Birthday: September 28, 2004 (15 years old)
Nationality: Korean

[Junghwan]

Full Name: So Jung Hwan
Position: Vocalist, Maknae
Birthday: February 18, 2005 (15 years old)
Nationality: Korean
(I can't even imagine this because he was 14 while competing on YG Treasure Box. It's crazy to see someone so young!! I'm older than all of them (roughly 3 years older than Hyunsuk) and seeing Junghwan makes me feel old!)

[Who is your bias?]

[Mine are Yedam and Yoshi. Hyunsuk wrecks though!]

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