Lee Dae-hwi

Pop Singer

Lee Dae-hwi was born in Gangnam District, South Korea on January 29th, 2001 and is the Pop Singer. At the age of 23, Lee Dae-hwi biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, songs, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 29, 2001
South Korea
Place of Birth
Gangnam District, South Korea
23 years old
Zodiac Sign
Record Producer, Singer
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Lee Dae-hwi Life

Lee Dae-hwi (Hangul, 2001) is a South Korean singer, songwriter, and host.

He is a member of AB6IX, a South Korean boy band, and is best known for his appearance in Produce 101 Season 2, where he finished in third place overall and joined Wanna One, a boy group that released many chart-topping albums and singles from 2017 to 2019.

He recorded the song "Candle" with Park Woo-jin, which debuted at number 60 on the Gaon Single Chart.

He performed and wrote songs for many artists, and then became the permanent host of M Countdown, a long-running variety show.

Early life and education

Lee Dae-hwi was born in Seoul, South Korea. He died when he was six years old due to liver cirrhosis. He had lived in Osaka, Japan, for two years, and six years in Los Angeles, Japan. Since he passed the JYP Entertainment's Global Audition in the United States to begin his trainee life in South Korea in 2015, he began his path as an idol. He was accepted in Brand New Music by audition in late 2016. He graduated from School of Performing Arts Seoul in 2019 as a Department of Stage Arts major. He is currently attending Global Cyber University as a Broadcasting and Entertainment major.


Lee Dae-hwi Career


Lee appeared on Produce 101 Season 2, a reality competition show on Mnet that features a boy band from a field of 102 contestants. Lee was the first center performer for the program's promotional theme song, "Pick Me." He appeared on the programme alongside Brand New Music representative trainees Park Woo-jin, Im Young-min, and Kim Dong-hyun. With 1,102,005 votes, he came in third place in the final, securing him a spot as a member of the Wanna One.

Wanna One Premier Show-Con (To Be One) debuted at the Gocheok Sky Dome on August 7, 2017 (To Be One). He went on to represent the company on numerous television shows including Saturday Night Live Korea, Wednesday Food Talk, and a Tutor in Masked Singer King.

He continued to work with Wanna One, as a member of Wanna One's unit The Heal, as a pair with fellow member Ong Seong-wu. He performed as a lyricist on the unit's song, "Sandglass," which is produced by Heize. In January 2019, the company was disbanded.

In 2018, Lee was active as an emcee in a variety of popular solo careers. On M Countdown, a Mnet music channel, he was part of the Global MC Crew. During his stops in Los Angeles, Australia, Japan, New York, and Thailand, he has also worked as a special emce on music projects such as Inkigayo, M Countdown in Thailand, and the music festival KCON 2017-2018.

Lee has also written and produced songs for the Produce 101 show. During the first review of the Produce 101 Season 2 program, he performed his own written song, titled "Hollywood." Lee had only performed his own songs under his own name, Brand New Music, on his debut in Wanna One. "Good Day" was his first recorded song under MXM's first digital single.

Lee was one of the Concept songs' creators for the Concept album, "See You Again," during Mnet's Mnet competition program Produce 48. "Remember Me" by Kang Min-hee, "Wish You Love Me" and "Dawn," were three of his labelmates' first album More Than Ever.

Lee co-produced "Candle" with fellow labelmate Park Woo-jin in January 2019. The song debuted at number 60 on the Gaon Single Chart, with a maximum of 60. Lee also performed with Brand New Music's boy band AB6IX, which debuted in May.

Lee wrote the song "Slow" on Yoon Ji-sung's debut album Aside, as the song "Young20" for Park Ji-hoon, and the song "Airplane" from Iz*One's second mini album Heart*Iz.

He and Han Hyun-min became official permanent co-hosts on M Countdown in April 2019. In February 2021, his last broadcast as MC for the show was in February 2021.

In SBS's mobile phone drama called Mon Chouchou Global House, Lee is expected to make his acting debut as the male lead Dong Jin-woo. In August and October, the drama will premiere in October and begin in October.

Lee was confirmed on December 16, 2020, that he will be producing songs for Mnet's audition show CAP-TEEN.

Daehwi appeared on the music competition show Listen Up, playing against artists from around the K-pop world. It was announced that he had finished the show in 1st place in the finale on October 8th, 2022.