Heeseung Biography, Age, Net Worth Height and more

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Heeseung is a famous South Korean singer, rapper and dancer born on October 15, 2001 in Namnyangju, Gyeonggido in South Africa. Details relating to His parents are not known. He grew up with his older brother.

His educational background

Heeseung is a well educated person who attended the Gangnam High School. He was identified as one of the best students of his time.

Moreover, since it is his passion to become a member of the entertainment industry, he was trained under the Big Hit Entertainment brand for almost three years.

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He grabbed the fifth position after participating in the reality show called L-LAND with a total number of votes adding up to 1,137,323 votes. This enabled him to become an official lineup of ENHYPEN.

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After some times of working with the boy band, and due to his chanting voice, he signed a working contract with CJ ENM.

He then performed on the Night Flight song produced by Yerin Baek. And also participated in the Given-Taken song. On November 30, 2020, he debuted with the song titled Border: Day One.

Heeseung also performed on several shows including the Mnet show called l-LAND in 2020 and in that same year, he appeared on the show called ENHYPEN &Hi held on YouTube.

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Heeseung physical stats

The famous rapper stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighs at 68 kilograms. He has some piecing. Heeseung has black eyes and hair. His body measurements will soon be updated.

Heeseung social media presence

Heeseung is currently active on social media platforms including Instagram and YouTube where he entails his fans who grows by the day.

Heeseung net worth

Heeseung earn income primarily from his career as a singer and from his contract. He has an estimated net worth of over $350,000 and he is expected to expand his net worth in the near future since he is still a beginner.

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