Xiumin is best known as a Singer, Actor who has an estimated Net Worth of $100 Million. Officially the seventh member of the Korean-Chinese boyband EXO, he was born Kim Min-Seok. He is a lead dancer and lead vocalist for the group. He was born on March 26, 1990, in Namyangju, South Korea. He has appeared on numerous radio shows on various networks throughout South Korea. He was the runner-up in the S.M. Everything Contest which led to his casting with S.M. Entertainment. He joined Sehun, the fifth member, in the boyband EXO. He is from Guri, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea. There is some hesitation about whether he was born in 1990 or 1989 due to him sharing that he was 25 years old during an episode of EXO Showtime which would indicate the birth year of 1989. The internet initially stated he was born in 1990. His zodiac sign is Aries.
Xiumin Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Weight, and Zodiac
Best Known For
Being a member of the popular Korean Chinese boy band, Exo. The band has a huge fan following in South Korea and has sold more than 31 million albums. The band has also sold more than 50 million albums all over the world.
Being a member of the Exo-M, which is a sub-group of Exo and Exo-CBX, which is a sub-unit of Exo.
Xiumin, Min Min, Min, Minnie, Bao Zi, Lil’ Fattie, Mandoo, King of Detail
Guri, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea
Xiumin went to the Catholic Kwandong University. He has also attended the Hoseo University.
Xiumin is represented by SM Entertainment.
Siblings – He has a younger sister.
30 years old
Date of Birth
March 26, 1990
5 ft 8 in or 173 cm
67 kg or 148 lbs
Unique hair colors
Boyish good looks
Xiumin Filmography & Movies
Xiumin TV Shows
Ep. 1–3 (Season 1)Ep. 6–7 (Season 2)
Xiumin Music Videos
As lead artist
Exology Chapter 1: The Lost Planet
Exo Planet 4 – The Elyxion (dot)
As featured artist
“Call You Bae”(Jimin featuring Xiumin)
KOR: 661, 196
“Young & Free”(with Mark)
KOR: 72, 133
“You Are the One”
KOR: 26, 196
Falling for Challenge OST
“For You”(with Baekhyun and Chen)
KOR: 625, 756
Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo OST
“—” denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.K-pop Hot 100 was introduced in August 2011, discontinued in July 2014 and was re-established on December 30, 2017.