These 9 Idols Are The Youngest Boy Group Leaders Spearheading Their Bands To Success Right Now

Age is just a number when it comes to these leaders.

In most K-Pop groups, the leader role is assigned to the eldest member—which is no surprise, given the maturity and experience that comes with age. But though most leaders are the eldest in their group, many of them are seriously young in the grand scheme of things. Take a look at these 9 boy group stars who are barely adults but already leading their groups to success.

#9. Bang Chan

Bang Chan, the leader of Stray Kids, is currently 22 years old.

He was just 20 years old when debuted as the group’s leader.

#8. BX (CIX)

BX, the leader of CIX, is currently 22 years old.

He was just 21 years old when he debuted as the group’s leader.

#7. EOS (N.CUS)

EOS, the leader of N.CUS, is currently 22 years old.

He debuted less than a year ago.

#6. Hongjoong (ATEEZ)

Hongjoong, the leader of ATEEZ, is currently 21 years old.

He was just 19 years old when he debuted as the group’s leader.

#5. O.V (D-CRUNCH)

O.V, the leader of D-CRUNCH, is currently 21 years old.

He was just 19 years old when he debuted as the group’s leader.

#4. Rano (E’LAST)

Rano, the leader of E’LAST, is currently 21 years old.

He just debuted this year.

#3. Hyunjun (IZ)

Hyunjun, the leader of IZ, is currently 20 years old.

He was just 17 years old when he debuted.

#2. Jinkwon (New Kidd)

Jinkwon, the leader of New Kidd, is currently 19 years old.

He was just 18 years old when he debuted as the group’s leader.

#1. Soobin (TXT)

Soobin, the leader of TXT, is currently 19 years old.

He was just 18 years old when he debuted as the group’s leader.

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