Park sunghoon

park sunghoon

Musical artist Figure skating career Country represented South Korea Height 181 cm (5 ft 11 + 1⁄ 2 in) Former coach Chi Hyun-jung Ryu Nam-hoon Shin Hea-sook Han Sung-mi Former choreographer Scott Brown Shin Yea-ji Drew Meekins Akiko Suzuki Kenji Miyamoto Tetsukasu Nakashima Former training locations Teareung, South Korea Began skating 2010 Park sunghoon 2020 ISU personal best scores Combined total 163.76 2018 CS Asian Open Trophy Short program 58.62 2018 CS Asian Open Trophy Free skate 105.14 2018 CS Asian Open Trophy Korean name Hangul 박 성훈 Revised Romanization Bak Seonghun McCune–Reischauer Pak Sŏnghun Park Sung-hoon ( Korean: park sunghoon born December 8, 2002), known mononymously as Sunghoon, is a South Korean singer, presenter and former figure skater.

He became a figure skater in 2010 and retired in 2020.

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He is a current member of South Korean boy band Enhypen. [1] [2] Sunghoon is the 2016, 2017 junior silver medalist and the 2015 novice gold medalist of Asian Figure Skating Trophy, and the 2015 novice gold medalist of Lombardia Trophy. [3] [4] He also won silver medals in the 2013 novice competition and in the 2014 junior competition of South Korean Figure Skating Championships.

Contents • 1 Career • 1.1 2010–2019: Figure park sunghoon • 1.2 2020–present: Debut with Enhypen and hosting • 2 Programs • 3 Competitive highlights • 4 Detailed results • 5 Personal life • 5.1 Health • 6 Education • 7 Videography • 8 Discography • 9 Filmography • 9.1 Television shows • 9.2 Hosting • 9.3 Web shows • 10 Endorsements • 11 Awards and nominations • 12 References • 13 Further reading • 14 External links Career [ edit ] 2010–2019: Figure skater [ edit ] Sunghoon won two international advanced park sunghoon competitions, Asian Figure Skating Trophy and Lombardia Trophy, during the 2015-16 figure skating season.

[3] [4] Sunghoon made his international junior debut during the 2016-17 figure skating season when he became age-eligible. He earned a silver medal at Asian Figure Skating Trophy, and participated in ISU Junior Grand Prix in Estonia as a representative of South Korea. The next year, he won another silver medal at Asian Figure Skating Trophy, and participated in ISU Junior Grand Prix park sunghoon Poland. [3] During the 2018-19 figure skating season, Sunghoon became age-eligible for senior competitions.

He participated in two ISU Challenger Series events, Asian Figure Skating Trophy and Alpen Trophy. [3] 2020–present: Debut with Enhypen and hosting [ edit ] Main article: Enhypen In 2018, Sunghoon became a trainee at Big Hit after getting scouted while figure skating. On June 1, 2020, he was announced as a participant in the survival show I-LAND, an idol survival show produced by Mnet and Belift Lab, a joint venture between CJ E&M and HYBE.

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As one of seven successful participants, he went to join the newly formed idol group Enhypen, placing sixth. He made his official debut with the group on November 30, 2020.

[1] [2] Programs [ edit ] Season Short program Free skating 2019–2020 [5] [6] • You Are the Reason by Calum Scott choreo. by Scott Brown • Sarabande Suite (Aeternae) by Globus choreo. by Shin Yea-Ji 2018–2019 [7] • Your Song from Moulin Rouge choreo.

by Drew Meekins • The Phantom of the Opera by Andrew Lloyd Webber choreo. by Akiko Suzuki 2017–2018 [8] • Your Song from Moulin Rouge choreo. by Drew Meekins • Piano Concerto No. 2 by Sergei Rachmaninoff choreo. by Drew Meekins 2016–2017 [9] • Penser l'impossible from Mozart, l'opéra rock choreo. by Shin Yea-Ji • Una furtiva lagrima park sunghoon L'elisir d'amore • Caruso performed by Luciano Pavarotti choreo.

by Shin Yea-Ji 2015–2016 park sunghoon Viejos Aires by Ensamble Nuevo Tango choreo. by Kenji Miyamoto • Mask of Zorro by James Horner choreo. by Tetsukasu Nakashima 2014–2015 • Viejos Aires by Ensamble Nuevo Tango choreo. by Kenji Miyamoto • Billy Elliot (Final, Angry Dance, Electricity) by Elton John choreo.

by Shin Yea-Ji 2013–2014 • Io ci sarò performed by Andrea Bocelli • Piano Concerto No. 3 by Sergei Rachmaninoff choreo. by Shin Yea-Ji • Billy Elliot (Final, Angry Dance, Electricity) by Elton John choreo. by Shin Yea-Ji 2012–2013 • Io ci sarò performed by Andrea Bocelli • Piano Concerto No. 3 by Sergei Rachmaninoff choreo.

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by Shin Yea-Ji • Red Cliff composed by Tarō Iwashiro choreo. by Shin Yea-Ji 2011–2012 • Red Cliff composed by Tarō Iwashiro choreo. by Shin Yea-Ji 2010–2011 • Superman composed by Jerry Goldsmith choreo.

by Park Bit-Na Competitive highlights [ edit ] CS: Challenger Series; JGP: ISU Junior Grand Prix Results [3] International Event 12–13 13–14 14–15 15–16 16–17 17–18 18–19 19–20 CS Alpen Trophy 21st CS Asian Open 7th International: Junior, park sunghoon [10] [11] [12] JGP Estonia 15th JGP Poland 16th Asian Trophy 3rd N. 1st N. 2nd J. 2nd J. Lombardia Trophy 1st N. National South Korean 2nd N. 2nd J. 8th 7th 7th 8th 8th 7th Levels: J.

= Junior; N. = Novice Detailed results [ edit ] 2019–2020 season Date Event Level SP FS Total January 3–5, 2020 2020 South Korean Championships Senior 7 55.64 8 111.48 7 167.12 2018–2019 season [13] [14] Date Event Level SP FS Total January 11–13, 2019 2019 South Korean Championships Senior park sunghoon 55.63 7 107.03 8 162.66 November 14–17, 2018 2018 CS Alpen Trophy Senior 26 42.54 21 91.87 21 134.41 August 1–5, 2018 2018 CS Asian Open Trophy Senior 5 58.62 8 105.14 7 163.76 2017–2018 season [15] [16] Date Event Level SP FS Total January 5–7, 2018 2018 Park sunghoon Korean Championships Senior 8 58.12 8 108.87 8 166.99 October 4–7, 2017 2017 JGP Poland Junior 17 50.34 15 105.68 16 156.02 August 2–5, 2017 2017 Asian Open Trophy Junior 2 56.51 2 107.48 2 163.99 2016–2017 season [17] [18] January 7–9, 2017 2017 South Korean Championships Senior 8 49.08 7 112.21 7 161.29 September 28–October 1, 2016 2016 JGP Estonia Junior 14 53.47 17 92.54 15 146.01 August 4–6, 2016 2016 Asian Open Trophy Junior 2 60.43 2 119.40 2 179.83 2015–2016 season [11] [12] Date Event Level SP FS Total January 8–10, 2016 2016 South Korean Championships Senior 6 45.45 7 101.63 7 147.08 September 17–20, 2015 2015 Lombardia Trophy Novice 1 33.16 1 78.80 1 111.96 August 5–8, 2015 2015 Asian Open Trophy Novice 1 36.05 2 57.98 1 94.03 2014–2015 season Date Event Level SP FS Total January 2–4, 2015 2015 South Korean Championships Senior 8 40.25 8 91.53 8 131.78 2013–2014 season [10] Date Event Level SP FS Total January 3–5, 2014 2014 South Korean Championships Junior 2 39.74 2 park sunghoon 2 127.28 August 8–11, 2013 2013 Asian Open Trophy Novice 3 36.30 4 54.60 3 90.90 2012–2013 season Date Event Level SP FS Total January 4–6, 2013 2013 South Korean Championships Novice 1 27.29 2 46.43 2 73.72 • Personal best highlighted in bold.

Personal life [ edit ] Health [ edit ] On September 2, 2021, Belift revealed through Weverse that Sunghoon, along with his fellow members Heeseung, Jay, Jake, and Jungwon tested positive for COVID-19.

Sunghoon began showing symptoms on August, 30. On September 12, 2021, Sunghoon announced through Weverse that he had been discharged from the treatment facility after being healed.

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{INSERTKEYS} [19] On February 2, 2022, Belift revealed through Weverse that Sunghoon underwent surgery on January 29, due to rhinitis symptoms. Symptoms included discomfort while singing and discomfort in his daily life.

[20] Education [ edit ] Sunghoon graduated from Pangok High School in 2021. [21] Videography [ edit ] For Sunghoon's works with Enhypen, see Enhypen § Filmography.

Television shows [ edit ] Year Title Network Role Notes Ref. 2014 Crayon in My Mind SBS Himself Episode 426 [22] 2020 I-Land Mnet Contestant Finished at 6th place [23] 2022 Giant Peng TV EBS 1TV Himself with Sunoo, Jungwon, and Ni-ki [24] Hosting [ edit ] Year Title Network Role Notes Ref.

2020 M Countdown Mnet Special MC with Jungwon, Lee Dae-hwi, and Han Hyun-min [25] 2021 Show Champion MBC M with Jungwon, Jake, and Heeseung, [26] 2021–present Music Bank KBS2 MC with Jang Won-young [27] 2021 2021 KBS Song Festival Backstage MC With Arin, Wonyoung and Soobin [28] Web shows [ edit ] Year Title Network Role Notes Ref.

2020 December 2020 by ENHYPEN YouTube Host with Jake [29] 2021 January 2021 by ENHYPEN with Jungwon [30] King Sunghoon Review Park V Live [31] Monthly Report July with Heeseung [32] August 2021 by ENHYPEN YouTube with Ni-ki [33] 🌕Happy Chuseok🌕 V Live [34] 2022 IDOL’S Snack Spree YouTube Himself with Wonyoung, Ep.1 [35] Mini Awards EP.1 by ENHYPEN Host [36] Endorsements [ edit ] See also: ENHYPEN § Awards and nominations Name of the award ceremony, year presented, category, nominee of the award, and the result of the nomination Award ceremony Year Category Nominee / Work Result Ref.

KBS Entertainment Awards 2021 Best Couple Award (with Jang Won-young) Music Bank Won [37] Rookie Award in Show/Variety Category Nominated [38] References [ edit ] • ^ a b "I-LAND Applicants" (in Korean). beNX. Archived from the original on 2020-06-15 . Retrieved 2020-06-01. • ^ a b Mnet I I-LAND [@mnetiland] (2020-06-01). "지원자 공개 박성훈 (SUNGHOON) Applicant Release SUNGHOON Mnet 2020.06.26(FRI.) 11PM (KST)" (Tweet) – via Twitter. • ^ a b c d e "Competition Results: Sunghoon PARK".

International Skating Union. Archived from the original on 2020-09-26 . Retrieved 2020-06-01. • ^ a b 김, 경윤 (2017-08-03). "피겨 유망주 박성훈, 아시안트로피 남자 주니어 은메달" [Park Sung-Hoon won a silver medal in 2017 Asian Open Figure Skating Trophy] (in Korean). Yeonhap News. Archived from the original on 2017-09-27 . Retrieved 2017-09-19. • ^ SungHoon PARK Fans [@FigureSungHoon] (2019-07-27).

"박성훈 선수의 2019-20 시즌 새 쇼트 프로그램 음악은 영국의 싱어송라이터인 Calum Scott 의 You Are The Reason 이며 안무가는 Scott Brown 입니다 :)" (Tweet) (in Korean) – via Twitter.

• ^ SungHoon PARK Fans [@FigureSungHoon] (2019-07-28). "박성훈 선수의 2019-20 시즌 새 프리 프로그램 음악은 Sarabande Suite (Aeternae) - Globus 이며 안무가는 예지신(Yeaji Shin 신예지) 입니다" (Tweet) (in Korean) – via Twitter. • ^ "Sunghoon PARK: 2018/2019". International Skating Union. Archived from the original on 2019-06-19. • ^ "Sunghoon PARK: 2017/2018". International Skating Union. Archived from the original on 2018-06-13. • ^ "Sunghoon PARK: 2016/2017". International Skating Union. Archived from the original on 2017-06-10.

• ^ a b "Asian Open Figure Skating 2013 - Results - Advanced Novice Boys". Figure Skating Association of Thailand. 2013-08-11. Archived from the original on 2013-08-26. • ^ a b "Asian Open Figure Skating 2015 - Results - Advanced Novice Boys". Figure Skating Association of Thailand. 2015-08-08. Archived from the original on 2015-08-07.

• ^ a b "Lombardia Trophy 2015 - Memorial Anna Grandolfi - Results - Advanced Novice Boys". Federazione Italiana Sport del Ghiaccio. 2015-09-20. Archived from the original on 2016-10-06 . Retrieved 2016-10-01. • ^ "ISU CS Asian Open Figure Skating Trophy 2018 - Results - Men". Figure Skating Association of Thailand. 2018-08-05. Archived from the original on 2020-01-29 . Retrieved 2020-06-01. • ^ "ISU CS Inge Solar Memorial - Alpen Trophy 2018 - Results - Men".

Skate Austria. 2018-11-17. Archived from the original on 2020-02-17 . Retrieved 2020-06-01. • ^ "2017 Asian Open Figure Skating Trophy - Results - Junior Men". Hong Kong Skating Union. 2017-08-05. Archived from the original on 2020-09-27 .

Retrieved 2020-06-01. • ^ "2017 JGP Baltic Cup, Poland". International Skating Union. 2017-10-07. Archived from the original on 2020-06-09 . Retrieved 2020-06-01. • ^ "Asian Open Figure Skating 2016 - Results - Junior Men". Philippine Skating Union. Archived from the original on 2016-08-08.

• ^ "2016 JGP Tallinn Cup, Estonia". International Skating Union. 2016-10-01. Archived from the original on 2016-10-01 . Retrieved 2016-10-01. • ^ "ENHYPEN Heeseung, Jay, Jake, Jungwon & Sunghoon test positive for COVID-19. Other members to self-quarantine". Weverse (in Korean).

February 4, 2022. • ^ "220202 Weverse Announcement Regarding Sunghoon's Health". Weverse (in Korean). February 2, 2022. • ^ "ENHYPEN(엔하이픈)에 오징어게임(SQUID GAME) 새벽이 동생이 있다고?". 1theK Originals - 원더케이 오리지널. 2021-10-15 . Retrieved May 6, 2022. {{ cite web}}: Text "ENGENE" ignored ( help); Text "IDDP" ignored ( help); Text "Tamed-Dashed" ignored ( help); Text "정원 희승 성훈 선우 제이 제이크 니키" ignored ( help) • ^ "King Sunghoon Review Park #2".

ENHYPEN. 2021-06-22 . Retrieved January 8, 2022. • ^ "피겨선수 박성훈, '아이랜드'(I-LAND) 출연 예고해 관심 집중…빅히트 연습생+피겨 선수 2년 병행" [Figure skater Park Sung-hoon focuses attention on his appearance in 'I-LAND'... Big Hit trainee + figure skater 2 years in parallel]. Top Star News (in Korean). June 1, 2020 . Retrieved January 9, 2022. • ^ "Why are you barking?".

Giant Peng TV. 2022-01-17 . Retrieved April 7, 2022. • ^ "[EN-CORE] 'BORDER : DAY ONE' MUSIC SHOW BEHIND EP.2 - ENHYPEN (엔하이픈) (ENG/JPN)". ENHYPEN. 2021-02-05 . Retrieved November 7, 2021.

• ^ "[Show Champion] [줍줍TIME] 엔하이픈과 특별한 카니발 미리보기♥ l EP.392". ENHYPEN. 2021-05-05 . Retrieved November 7, 2021. • ^ Lee Min-ji (September 27, 2021). "엔하이픈 성훈X아이즈원 출신 장원영 '뮤직뱅크' MC 발탁 "8일 첫방송"(공식)" [Enhypen Sunghoon X Iz*One former Jang Won-young 'Music Bank' MC selection "First broadcast on the 8th" (official)].

Newsen (in Korean) . Retrieved September 27, 2021 – via Naver. • ^ "Backstage Interview - ENHYPEN, TOMORROW X TOGETHER (2021 KBS Song Festival) I KBS WORLD TV 211217". KBS WORLD TV. 2021-12-17 . Retrieved December 20, 2021. • ^ "[월말결산] December 2020 by ENHYPEN (엔하이픈) (ENG/JPN)". ENHYPEN. 2020-12-31 . Retrieved February 17, 2022. • ^ "[월말결산] January 2021 by ENHYPEN (엔하이픈) (ENG/JPN)".

ENHYPEN. 2021-01-30 . Retrieved February 18, 2022. • ^ "King Sunghoon Review Park #2". ENHYPEN. 2021-06-22 . Retrieved February 17, 2022. • ^ "Monthly Report July (V Live Ver.)". ENHYPEN. 2021-07-30 . Retrieved February 17, 2022. • ^ "[월말결산] August 2021 by ENHYPEN (엔하이픈) (ENG/JPN)". ENHYPEN. 2021-08-30 . Retrieved February 17, 2022. • ^ "🌕Happy Chuseok🌕".

ENHYPEN. 2021-09-20 . Retrieved February 17, 2022. • ^ "[매터돌 EP.1] 크브스 매점 오픈 하자마자 제대로 털어버린 장꾸즈(🐰🐶) - IDOL'S Snack Spree - WONYOUNG - SUNGHOON - MUSICBANK MC". KBS Kpop. 2022-03-03 . Retrieved March 3, 2022. • ^ "[분기결산] 2022 1분기 결산 (Mini Awards EP.1) by ENHYPEN (엔하이픈)".

ENHYPEN. 2022-03-31 . Retrieved March 31, 2022. {/INSERTKEYS}

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• ^ "[2021 KBS 연예대상] 장원영 성훈·이휘재 이현주, 베스트커플상" [[2021 KBS Entertainment Awards] Jang Won-young, Sunghoon; Lee Hwi-jae, Lee Hyun-joo, Best Couple Award] (in Korean). Maeil Kyungje. December 25, 2021. Retrieved December 25, 2021. • ^ Lee Seung-rok (December 25, 2021). "라비·홍성흔 가족, 생애 단 한번뿐인 신인상 쾌거 [KBS연예대상]" [Ravi and Hong Seong-heon's family, a once-in-a-lifetime Rookie of the Year award [KBS Entertainment Awards]] (in Korean).

My Daily. Retrieved December 26, 2021 – via Naver. Further reading [ edit ] • "[모닝 스브스] 훈훈한 외모보다 더 빛나는 실력…피겨 유망주 누구?" [Who is rising figure skater?]. SBS (in Korean). February 27, 2018.

• 길, 명국 (June 25, 2014). "내 마음의 크레파스 426회 : 피겨 소년 성훈이, 날아오르다 (1부)" [Figure skating boy Sunghoon, ready to fly (Chapter 1)]. SBS (in Korean). • 길, 명국 (June 26, 2014). "내 마음의 크레파스 427회 : 피겨 소년 성훈이, 날아오르다 (2부)" [Figure skating boy Sunghoon, ready to fly (Chapter 2)]. SBS (in Korean).

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Si se ve incorrectamente (en lugar de hangul y hanja), consulte Ayuda:Caracteres especiales. Park Sung-hoon (en hangul, 박성훈; Eunpyeong-gu, 8 de diciembre de 2002), conocido por su nombre artístico Sunghoon, es un patinador surcoreano retirado y actual miembro del grupo Enhypen.

Es medallista de plata en la categoría júnior (2016-2017) en el Asian Figure Skating Trophy y medallista park sunghoon oro novato en el Lombardia Trophy en 2015. [1 ]​ [2 ]​ [3 ]​ También ganó la medalla de plata en el Campeonato de Corea de Patinaje Artístico sobre Hielo, en las categorías para principiantes (2013) y júnior (2014) respectivamente.

Índice • 1 Carrera • 1.1 2020-presente: Debut con Enhypen • 2 Como patinador • 3 Filmografía • 3.1 Televisión • 4 Referencias • 5 Enlaces externos Carrera [ editar ] 2020-presente: Debut con Enhypen [ editar ] En junio de 2020, Sunghoon participó en el programa I-Land, producido por Mnet y Belift Lab, una empresa conjunta entre CJ E&M y HYBE. [4 ]​ Fue uno de los doce finalistas y logró formar parte de la alineación definitiva del grupo Enhypen, que debutó el 30 de noviembre de 2020.

[5 ]​ [6 ]​ En septiembre de 2021 se park sunghoon que Sunghoon era el nuevo presentador del programa Music Bank. [7 ]​ Como patinador [ editar ] Temporada Programa corto Programa libre 2018 - 2019 [8 ]​ • « Your Song» de Moulin Rouge Coreografía de Drew Meekins • El fantasma de la ópera por Andrew Lloyd Webber Coreografía de Akiko Suzuki 2017 - 2018 [9 ]​ • « Your Song» de Moulin Rouge Coreografía por Drew Meekins • Piano Concerto No.

2 por Sergei Rachmaninoff Coreografía de Drew Meekins Filmografía [ editar ] Televisión [ editar ] Año Programa Papel Notas Ref. 2020 I-Land Concursante Terminó en sexto lugar [10 ]​ 2021-2022 Music Bank Presentador Con Wonyoung ( Ive) [11 ]​ Referencias [ editar ] • ↑ «Competition Results: Sunghoon PARK» (en inglés). International Skating Union. • ↑ Kim, Kyung-yoon (3 de agosto de 2017). «피겨 유망주 박성훈, 아시안트로피 남자 주니어 은메달» [Park Sung-Hoon won park sunghoon silver medal in 2017 Asian Open Figure Skating Trophy] (en coreano).

Yonhap News Agency. Park sunghoon el 9 de mayo de 2021.

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• ↑ «Lombardia Trophy 2015 - Memorial Anna Grandolfi - Advanced Novice Men» (en italiano). Federazione Italiana Sport del Ghiaccio. 20 de septiembre de 2015. • ↑ Lord, Annie (25 de mayo de 2020).

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«BTS' label Big Hit launch 'I-Land' talent show to find next K-pop superstar». The Independent (en inglés). Archivado desde el original el 16 de noviembre de 2020. Consultado el 16 de noviembre de 2020.

• ↑ Yoon, So-yeon (22 de octubre de 2020). «Boy band Enhypen to make its official debut next month». Korea JoongAng Daily. Archivado desde el original el 15 de noviembre de 2020. Consultado el 15 de novimbre de 2020. • ↑ Lee, Seung-Hoon (19 de septiembre de 2020). « '아이랜드' 양정원→김선우, '엔하이픈' 데뷔 확정.다니엘∙케이 park sunghoon 탈락' [종합]» ['I-Land' Yang Jung-won → Kim Sun-woo, 'Enhypen' debut confirmed.

Daniel and K 'unfortunate dropout' [Comprehensive]]. Osen (en coreano). Archivado desde el original el 15 de noviembre de 2020. Consultado el 15 de noviembre de 2020 – via Naver. • ↑ Lee, Min-ji (27 de septiembre de 2021). «엔하이픈 성훈X아이즈원 출신 장원영 '뮤직뱅크' MC 발탁 "8일 첫방송"(공식)» [Enhypen Sunghoon X Iz*One former Jang Won-young 'Music Bank' MC selection "First broadcast on the 8th" (official)]. Newsen (en coreano). Consultado el 27 de septiembre de 2021 – via Naver.

• ↑ «Sunghoon PARK: 2018/2019» (en inglés). Park sunghoon Skating Union. Archivado desde el original el 19 de junio de 2019. • ↑ «Sunghoon PARK: 2017/2018» (en inglés). International Skating Union. Archivado desde el original el 13 de junio de 2018. • ↑ «피겨선수 박성훈, '아이랜드'(I-LAND) 출연 예고해 관심 집중…빅히트 연습생+피겨 선수 2년 병행» [Figure skater Park Sung-hoon focuses attention on his appearance in 'I-LAND'. Big Hit trainee + figure skater 2 years in parallel].

Top Star News (en coreano). 1 de junio de 2020. Consultado el 9 de enero de 2022. • ↑ Lee, Nam-kyung (27 de septiembre de 2021). «엔하이픈 성훈X장원영 MC발탁, ‘뮤직뱅크’ 수빈‧아린 후임 확정(공식)». MBN Star (en coreano). Consultado el 4 de abril de 2022 – via Naver. Enlaces externos [ editar ] • Wikimedia Commons alberga una categoría multimedia sobre Park Sung-hoon. Editar enlaces • Esta página se editó por última vez el 8 may 2022 a las 14:44.

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Contents • 1 Career • 1.1 2010-2019: Figure skater • 1.2 2020: I-LAND • 2 I-LAND Missions • 2.1 Part One • 2.1.1 Entry Test • 2.1.2 Theme Song • 2.1.3 Teamwork • 2.1.4 Representative Unit • 2.1.5 The Final 12 • 2.2 Part Two • 2.2.1 BTS Test • 2.2.2 Chemistry Test • 2.2.3 Concept Test • 2.2.4 Final Test • 3 Filmography • 3.1 Reality Shows • 3.2 Television shows • 4 Pets • 5 References Career 2010-2019: Figure skater Sunghoon won two international advanced novice competitions, Asian Figure Skating Trophy and Lombardia Trophy, during the 2015-16 figure skating season.

Sunghoon made his international junior debut during the 2016-17 figure skating season when he became age-eligible. He earned a silver medal at Asian Figure Skating Trophy, and participated in ISU Junior Grand Prix in Estonia as a representative of South Korea. Next year, he won another silver medal at Asian Figure Skating Trophy, and participated in ISU Junior Grand Prix in Poland.

During the 2018-19 figure skating season, Sung-hoon became age-eligible for senior competitions. He park sunghoon in two ISU Challenger Series events, Asian Figure Skating Trophy and Alpen Trophy.

2020: I-LAND On June 1, 2020, Sunghoon, along park sunghoon trainees Sunoo, Jake, Heeseung, K, and Daniel, via Twitter was revealed as an I-LAND contestant. It was also revealed he had been a trainee for two years and one month. [1] [2] On September 18, 2020, he ranked 6th place, becoming a part of the official lineup of ENHYPEN. [3]. I-LAND Missions Part One Entry Test For the entry test, Sunghoon performed " The 7th Sense" by NCT U, along with Jay.

He received a score of 21/22 (95.5%), therefore passing into I-LAND. Theme Song Sunghoon had part 7 position. He stays in I-LAND. Teamwork Sunghoon had part 9 and stays in I-LAND. Representative Unit Originally Jay was in the dance unit, but he switched parts with Sunghoon.

Sunghoon performed " Rainism, 3 Dope Boyz & One of a Kind" by Rain, Dynamic Duo, G-Dragon park sunghoon with Jungwon and K, and was in the dance unit. Fortunately, they received a score of 73, which was higher than the dance Grounders score, he stayed in I-LAND. The Final 12 Sunghoon is saved from being dropped to ground, thus, he'll continue on to the second part of I-LAND.

Sunghoon had part 3. Part Two BTS Test Sunghoon was in the " Fake Love" unit that ranked first. The 1st, 2nd, and 3rd rank will be spending a day of freedom outside I-Land doing different activities.

Sunghoon received 3rd rank and was able to spend a day of freedom along side Heeseung and Jungwon. Chemistry Test Sunghoon was in the " Flicker" team. Concept Test Sunghoon had part 5 with the song " Chamber 5 (Dreams of Dreams)". Final Test On September 18, 2020, Sunghoon placed 6th, and became a member of the boy group ENHYPEN. [4] Filmography Reality Shows • I-LAND (Mnet, 2020) - contestant • ENHYPEN&Hi (Mnet, 2020, 2021) - cast Television shows Year Title Role Notes 2020 I-Land Contestant Finished at 6th place M Countdown Special MC with Jungwon, Lee Dae-hwi, and Han Hyun-min 2021 Show Champion with Jungwon, Jake, and Heeseung 2021- present Music Bank MC with Jang Wonyoung 2021 2021 KBS Song Festival Backstage MC With Arin, Jang Wonyoung and Soobin Pets • ↑ @mnetiland on Twitter (June 1, 2020) • ↑ Soompi:Mnet And BELIF+’s Reality Show “I-LAND” Reveals 4th Park sunghoon Of Applicants • ↑ I-LAND Final Episode • ↑ Soompi: Announcing The Top 7 Of "I-LAND": The New Group ENHYPEN This page uses Creative Commons Licensed content from Wikipedia ( view authors).

ENHYPEN Heeseung • Jay • Jake • Sunghoon • Sunoo • Jungwon • NI-KI Discography Korean Studio Albums DIMENSION : DILEMMA Mini Albums BORDER : DAY ONE • BORDER : CARNIVAL Repackages DIMENSION : ANSWER Digital Singles Hey Tayo • Park sunghoon Poco • Always Japanese Singles BORDER : Hakanai • DIMENSION : Senkou Videography Reality Shows I-LAND • ENHYPEN&Hi Variety Shows EN-CH • EN-O'CLOCK YouTube -note • Dance JAM Live • EN-TER key • ENHYPEN Episode • Monthly Review • ENHYPEN Choreography park sunghoon EN-CORE • EN-loG • EN-O'CLIPS • Live Clips DVDs Season's Greetings • Memories Events Concerts New Year's Eve Live • 2022 Weverse Con Fan Meets EN-CONNECT Other(s) Agency HYBE • BE:LIFT LAB • CJ ENM Games Rhythm Hive Park sunghoon Sung-hoon Quick Info Height 5 ft 10 in Weight 64 kg Date of Birth December 8, 2002 Zodiac Sign Sagittarius Eye Color Dark Brown Park Sung-hoon is a former South Korean figure skater, singer, songwriter, dancer, musician, and television personality who is known for being the vocalist, dancer, and visual of the South Korean idol group, Enhypen.

The group made its debut on November 30, 2020, with the extended play Border: Day One which won the Gaon Chart Music Award for “New Artist of the Year – Physical” in 2021. Moreover, during his stint as a figure skater, he became the 2015 novice gold medalist of the Asian Figure Skating Trophy and the 2015 novice gold medalist of Lombardia Trophy as well as the 2016 and 2017 junior silver medalist. He made his international junior debut during the 2016-17 figure skating season.

Born Name Park Sung-hoon Nick Name Sunghoon, Ice Prince (chosen by himself), Figure Skate Prince, ENHYPEN’s Handsome Member Park Sung-hoon in 2020 (Enhypen / Instagram) Sun Sign Sagittarius Born Place Eunpyeong-gu, Seoul, South Korea Nationality Education Park Sung-hoon studied at Pangok High School.

Occupation Former Figure Skater, Singer, Songwriter, Dancer, Musician, Television Personality Family • Sibling – Park Yeji (5-years Younger Sister) Manager Park Sung-hoon has been signed with Belift. Genre K-Pop Instruments Vocals Labels Belift Build Slim Height 5 ft 10 in or 178 cm Weight 64 park sunghoon or 141 lbs Race / Ethnicity Asian Park Sung-hoon is of South Korean descent.

Hair Color Dark Brown Eye Color Dark Brown Distinctive Features • Dimpled smile • Lean physique Park Sung-hoon Favorite Things • Season – Autumn • Ice-cream Flavor – Coffee • Color – White Park Sung-hoon Facts • He was 9 years old when he started figure skating. • Park Sung-hoon won silver medals in the 2013 novice competition and in the 2014 junior competition of the South Korean Figure Skating Championships.

• His Enhypen bandmates include Jay, Jake, Heeseung, Sunoo, Jungwon, and Ni-Ki. • He trained under Big Hit Entertainment along with his Enhypen bandmates Heeseung, Jay, and Jungwon.

• Enhypen was formed through the male group survival reality show I-Land and it derives its name from the symbol Hyphen (-). The group aims “to come together to connect, discover and grow together park sunghoon create a new act.” • Before participating in I-Land, Park Sung-hoon trained for 2 years and a month. • Alongside Jay, he performed together NCT U‘s The 7th Sense in the first episode of I-Land. • Enhypen‘s debut EP titled Park sunghoon Day One included songs like Given-Taken, Let Me In (20 CUBE), and Flicker and it reached number #2 on the South Korean Albums (Gaon) chart, Japan Hot Albums (Billboard Japan) chart, and Japanese Albums (Oricon) chart.

It was certified ‘Platinum’ by South Korea (KMCA).

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• Border: Day One was also included in lists like MTV’s “The Best K-Pop B-Sides of 2020”, Dazed’s “The 40 Best K-pop Songs of 2020”, and BuzzFeed’s “35 Songs That Helped Define K-Pop In 2020”. • Park Sung-hoon enjoys listening to hip hop. • He has a dog named Gaeul who was born on July 8, 2017. • If he could eat only one thing for the rest of his life, he would eat samgyeopsal.

• He is quite good at contemporary dance. • Park Sung-hoon doesn’t like mint chocolate, hats, and bugs. • According to him, three words that describe him are “The Little Prince”, “ice”, and “luxury”. Featured Image by Enhypen / Instagram
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He made his debut in the entertainment world in 2006.
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He won silver at the Asian Figure Skating Park sunghoon twice, during different years, and participated in the Korea Figure Skating Championship in 2018 On June 1, 2020, Sung Hoon was introduced as a contestant in the CJ ENM, and Big Hit Entertainment's reality survival show I-LAND.

On September 18, 2020, he ranked 6th place by global votes and became a member of the boy group ENHYPEN. (Source: kpop.fandom.com)About Rose to fame as a top amateur figure skater in South Korea. He was the 2015 winner of the novice gold medal at the Asian Figure Skating Trophy competition. He later joined the Korean boy band ENHYPEN in 2020. Before Fame He began his competitive figure skating career in 2010. Trivia He appeared on the 2020 Mnet reality survival series I-Land where he finished as a founding member of ENHYPEN.

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He was nominated with his bandmates for the 2021 Golden Disc Award for Rookie Artist of the Year. Family Life He was born and raised in Namyangju, Gyeonggi South Korea. Associated With He skated to Calum Scott's song "You Are the Reason" during his 2019-2020 figure skating season.
Stage Name: Sunghoon (성훈) Birth Name: Park Sung-hoon (박성훈) Position: Vocalist*, Dancer*, Visual* Birthday: December 8, 2002 Zodiac Sign: Sagittarius Chinese Zodiac Sign: Horse Height: 181 park sunghoon (5’11”) Weight: N/A Blood Type: O Nationality: Korean Solo Fandom Name: Penguins Sunghoon Facts: — He’s from Namyangju, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea — He has a younger sister, Park Yeji (5 years younger) — He has a dog named Gaeul (Autumn in English) and was born on July 8th, 2017.

— Education: Pangok High School — Nicknames: Ice Prince (chosen by himself), Figure Skate Prince, ENHYPEN’s Handsome Member — His MBTI personality type is ISTJ — He, Heeseung, Jay and Jungwon were trainees under Big Hit Entertainment. — He trained for two years and one month before taking park sunghoon in I-LAND — He ranked in sixth place in the final of I-LAND (1,088,413 votes) — He and Jay performed together NCT U‘s The 7th Sense in the first episode of I-LAND — Jungwon thought he’s someone who doesn’t smile park sunghoon they first met — He was chosen as the top visual and the first participant someone would introduce to their younger sister — He used to be a competitive ice skater – Sunghoon started figure skating at 9 and was a figure skater for 10 years.

— He won two silver medals in national ice skating competitions and represented South Korea in several international competitions — He also won the 2015 Asian Open Trophy and Lombardia Trophy as a novice skater — He debuted as a junior skater in the 2016-17 season. That time, he won a silver medal in the Men’s Junior Division at the 2016 Asian Open Trophy — His most notable charming point is his dimple — Other charming points of his are his face, his eye smile and his nose — He’s good park sunghoon contemporary dance — Apart from skating, he has great facial expression skills — His favorite color is white — His favorite season is autumn — His favorite ice-cream flavor is coffee — He usually listens to hip hop when he’s in a good mood — He loves figure skating and clothes the most, but also likes shoes, coffee and the other members — He doesn’t like mint chocolate, hats, ghosts and bugs — He thinks he’s the most handsome member – He said he looks like a rabbit and has a similar character to a penguin.

— He’d like to perform in a concert after his debut — He hopes he’ll be able to have a successful debut and win a prize by the end of 2020 — If he had to eat only one thing for the rest of his life, he’d pick samgyeopsal — If he had to choose three words to describe himself, he’d pick “The Little Prince”, “ice” and “luxury” — He suffered from a severe form of amblyopia (lazy eye) when he was young – He’s currently an MC on Music Bank alongside IVE‘s Wonyoung.

— His motto: “Just do it” — His ideal type: Red Velvet‘s Irene — He shares a birthday with Gray, TOO‘s Chan, Ladies’ Code‘s Zuny and Eyedi among others Note: Park sunghoon don’t copy-paste the content of this page to other sites/places on the web.

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