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Meet P1Harmony (SF9's Little Brother Group)

P1Harmony is a 6 member boy group under FNC Entertainment who debuted today!

They debuted with a banger called 'Siren,' listen to it below:

Members:


[Keeho]

Stage Name: Keeho
Real/Full Name: Yoon Kee Ho
Nationality: Korean-Canandian
Birthday: September 27, 2001 (Age: 19)
Position: Leader, Vocalist

[Theo]

Stage Name: Theo
Real/Full Name: Choi Tae Yang
Nationality: Korean
Birthday: July 1, 2001 (Age: 19)
Position: Vocalist
Theo is the oldest member.

[Jiung]

Stage Name: Jiung
Real/Full Name: Choi Ji Ung
Nationality: Korean
Birthday: October 7, 2001 (Age: 19)
Position: Rapper, Vocalist

[Intak]

Stage Name: Intak
Real/Full Name: Hwang In Tak
Nationality: Korean
Birthday: August 31, 2003 (Age: 17)
Position: Rapper

[Soul]

Stage Name: Soul
Real/Full Name: Haku Shota
Nationality: Japanese
Birthday: February 1, 2005 (Age: 15)
Position: Rapper

[Jongseob]

Stage Name: Jongseob
Real/Full Name: Kim Jong Seob
Nationality: Korean
Birthday: November 9, 2005 (Age: 14; but will be 15 next month)
Position: Rapper, Maknae
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They are so cute, but so young πŸ˜”
@MelissaGarza they are very talented too!! But I agree very young! I’m shocked that Jongseob is 14, he’s practically a baby!
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