There are a number of Korean celebrities who have taken over English names as their stage name. They are popularly known by their English names around the world. They are called by their stage name so much that people have no clue about their original names. Their identity names ideally collaborate with their work and their magnificent performance. Here we have bagged up the list of Korean stars who have gained audience with their talent as well as with their unique English names:
Lee Minhyeong is a Canadian singer, rapper and dancer based in South Korea. He is a member of the boy band NCT, formed by SM Entertainment. He was first introduced in SM Rookies, which was a pre-debut team of trainees. Mark and others were starring in a Korean revival of The Mickey Mouse Club in 2015. He is mainly known by his English name rather than his Korean name. He has marked his way into the industry.
Joshua Hong is a South Korean-American singer. He is a member of the South Korean boy group SEVENTEEN. He was born on December 30, 1995. He joined Pledis Entertainment and began training as a trainee in 2013, where he practiced for two years. He is a dynamic vocalist of the SEVENTEEN group. He has sparked the industry and created his name and fame.
Lisa Manobal, well-known as Lisa. She is a Thai rapper, singer, and dancer. She is one of the members of the K-pop girl group Blackpink. They debuted under YG Entertainment in 2016. There, she began her official training as a trainee. Lisa is also the first non-Korean YG Entertainment artist. Our Lalisa singer made her tributary mark after she released her first solo album with a glimpse of her name and conquered the Korean music industry.
Jackson Wang is a Hong Kong singer, songwriter, rapper, fashion designer, and dancer. He is a member of the South Korean Boy band Got7, formed by JYP Entertainment. He is the creator of the record label Team Wang. He is well-recognized by his English name Jackson rather than his Chinese name Wang Ka-yee.
John Suh, well-known as Johnny, is a South Korean-American singer and rapper. In 2008, after passing an SM Global Audition, he got accepted into SM Entertainment and entered as a trainee. In 2016, he became the confirmed member of NCT 127. He is well-known by his Stage name, Johnny, or his English name, John Suh, rather than his Korean name, Seo Young Ho.
Roseanne Park is well-renowned as Rosé. She is a Korean-New Zealander singer and dancer. She auditioned for YG Entertainment in 2012, and then trained as a trainee for four years. She debuted as a member of the girl group Blackpink in 2016. She is known by her name Rosé all around the world since the day she captivated her talent of music along with her group mates.
He is a Hong Kong singer, rapper and model. He first debuted as a trainee in modelling, by SM Entertainment. Then afterward, he shifted to singing, rapping, and dancing in his training. In 2018, SM Entertainment first introduced him to a group of three members called NCT. He is popularly known by his English name, Lucas, rather than his Chinese name, Wong Yuk-hei.
Yeonjun, is a South Korean rapper, singer, and dancer. He is the first person to become part of Big Hit Entertainment’s boy group TXT. He is fluent in English. He got the first ranking during his training as a trainee under Big Hit Entertainment. He is commonly referred to as Yeonjun, but he is also known by the name Daniel Choi, which is his English name.
Giselle is a Japanese-Korean singer and dancer. In 2020, she debuted as a member of the girl group Aespa under SM Entertainment. She is trilingual. She can speak in English, Japanese and Korean. She is well-known by her Stage name, Giselle, rather than her birth name, Uchinaga Aeri. Even the Japanese version of her name is Eri. Her beautiful name accurately depicts her gracious attitude.
Daisy is a Canadian-Korean singer, rapper, and dancer. She was a member of the South Korean girl group Momoland under MLD Entertainment. She lived for 11 years in Canada. Hence, she is fluent in English. She was a former trainee of JYP Entertainment. She almost joined SIXTEEN. She is mainly known by her Stage name, Daisy, not by her Korean name, Yoo Jung-Ahn.