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Produce X 101: Where Are They Now?

Produce X 101: Where Are They Now?

Produce X 101 (프로듀스 X 101) was a survival show aired on MNET, presented by Lee Dongwook. The show aired on May 3, 2019 and consisted of 101 contestants from 47 different entertainment companies. The final lineup was announced on July 19, 2019 with the total of 11 members of the group called X1. The group was supposed to promote for five years but disbanded on January 6, 2020 due to vote manipulation being proven on Produce series.
It’s been 4 year’s since the survival show ended where are the rest of contestants?

Rank-1 (Debut) Kim Yohan

— He debuted in the show’s final lineup, X1.
— He returned to his label OUI Entertainment and has had many activities since then.
— He was an MC on 26th Dream Concert.
— He made his solo debut on August 5, 2020 with the title track “No More”.
— He was introduced as a member of company’s new boy group called OUIBOYZ.
— He debuted in the boy group WEi on October 5, 2020 with the mini album IDENTITY : First Sight.

Rank-2 (Debut) Kim Wooseok

— He debuted in the show’s final lineup, X1.
— He returned to TOP MEDIA and has been an actor as well.
— He made his solo debut on May 25, 2020 with the MINI ALBUM 1st Desire [Greed].
— He’s been promoting himself as soloist where it was confirmed he left his original group UP10TION.
— On March 5, 2024 TOP Media announced that he has left the agency after deciding not to renew his contract. The same day, Blitzway announced that he has signed an exclusive contract with the agency.

Rank-3 (Debut) Han Seungwoo

— He debuted in the show’s final lineup, X1.
— He returned to his label Plan A Entertainment (now known as IST Entertainment).
— He had a solo fan meeting on February 2020.
— He returned to his group, VICTON and will continue promoting with them.
— He made his solo debut on August 10, 2020, with the mini album Fame.
— He enlisted on July 28, 2021, and got discharged on January 27, 2023.

Rank-4 (Debut) Song Hyeongjun
— He debuted in the show’s final lineup, X1.
— He returned to Starship Entertainment where he was scheduled to debut in their brand new boy group with Lee Minhee, Koo Jungmo and Ham Wonjin called Starshipz.
— He debuted in the boy group CRAVITY on April 14, 2020 with the mini album Hideout: Remember Who We Are – Season1.

Rank-5 (Debut)Cho Seungyoun

— He debuted in the show’s final lineup, X1.
— He returned as a soloist with the stage name WOODZ (previously Luizy) under Yuehua Entertainment and released first extended play Equal.
— He promotes as a soloist from now, with no signs to returning to his group UNIQ.
— On October 5, 2022 Yuehua announced that WOODZ would be leaving the agency at the end of the month following the expiration of his contract after deciding not to renew. On October 25, 2022 EDAM Entertainment announced that WOODZ had officially signed with the agency as their first male artist.
— On December 10, 2023, he announced through his fan cafe that he would be enlisting in the military on January 22, 2024, and will be discharged on July 21, 2025.

Rank-6 (Debut) Son Dongpyo

— He debuted in the show’s final lineup, X1.
— He returned to DSP Media where he was part of pre-debut boy group with Lee Junhyuk, which was called DSP N.
— He debuted in boy group MIRAE on March 17, 2021, with the mini album KILLA.

Rank-7 (Debut) Lee Hangyul

— He debuted in the show’s final lineup, X1.
— Him and Nam Dohyoon returned to MBK Entertainment and had fanmeeting on February 2, 2020.
— He and Nam Doohyon debuted in duo group called H&D on April 21, 2020 with title “SOUL” under MBK Entertainment.
— It was later announced he and Nam Dohyoon will be debuting in a brand new boy group called BAE173 under Pocketdol Studio (MBK sub-label).
— He officially debuted in BAE173 as group’s leader on November 19, 2020 with mini album INTERSECTION : SPARK.

Rank-8 (Debut) Nam Dohyon

— He debuted in the show’s final lineup, X1.
— He and Lee Hanghyul returned to MBK Entertainment and had fanmeeting on February 2, 2020.
— He and Lee Hanghyul debuted in duo group called H&D on April 21, 2020 with title “SOUL” under MBK Entertainment.
— It was later announced he and Lee Hanghyul will be debuting in a brand new boy group called BAE173 under Pocketdol Studio (MBK sub-label).
— He officially debuted in BAE173 on November 19, 2020 with mini album INTERSECTION : SPARK.
— On April 28, 2023, an exclusive report by News1 revealed that he had filed an injunction against PocketDol Studio to suspend his exclusive contract due to differing views with the agency regarding how they fulfilled their obligations of the contract.
— On June 23, 2023, he announced that he has won his lawsuit to suspend his exclusive contract with PocketDol Studio, which revealed his subsequent departure from BAE173.
— He opened social media and is regularly posting.

Rank-9 (Debut) Cha Junho

— He debuted in the show’s final lineup, X1.
— He returned to Woollim Entertainment where he was scheduled as part of the pre-debut group with Hwang Yunseong, Kim Donghyun, Jo Changuk, and Kim Minseo called W PROJECT 4.
— The pre-debut group released a perfomance song called “1M1S” on September 2, 2019.
— He debuted in the boy group DRIPPIN on October 28, 2020, with the mini album Boyager.

Rank-10 (Debut) Kang Minhee
— He debuted in the show’s final lineup, X1.
— He returned to Starship Entertainment where he was scheduled to debut in their brand new boy group with Koo Jungmo, Song Hyeongjun and Ham Wonjin called Starshipz.
— He debuted in the boy group CRAVITY on April 14, 2020 with the mini album Hideout: Remember Who We Are – Season1.

Rank-11 (Debut) Lee Eunsang

— He debuted in the show’s final lineup, X1.
— He returned to Brand New Music where he debuted as soloist and actor.
— He debuted as a soloist on August 31, 2020, with the single album “Beautiful Scar”.
— He also appeared on television series Idol: The Coup in December 2021 along with Kim Minkyu from Jellyfish Entertainment.
— On January 7, 2022 Brand New Music released a song cover of Audrey Nuna’s “Damn Right”, which was covered by the at the time upcoming boy group that would feature Eunsang.
— He debuted in the boy group YOUNITE on April 20, 2022, with the EP Youni-Birth.

Rank-12 (Final Round) Kim Minkyu

— He returned to Jellyfish Entertainment and has been an actor and model.
— He made his acting debut on Idol: The Coup‘s group MARS in December 2021 along with Lee Eunsang from Brand New Music.
— He was a host on SBS MTV’s The Show in February 2021.
— He regularly posts on social media.
— He completed his contract with Jellyfish Entertainment, and later on August 16, 2023 it was revealed he signed exclusive contract with Kang Entertainment to resume his activities as an actor.

Rank-13 (Final Round) Koo Jungmo
— He returned to Starship Entertainment where he was scheduled to debut in their brand new boy group with Kang Minhee, Song Hyengjun and Ham Wonjin called Starshipz as pre-debut name.
— He debuted in the boy group CRAVITY on April 14, 2020, with the mini album Hideout: Remember Who We Are – Season1.

Rank-14 (Final Round) Lee Jinhyuk

— He returned to TOP MEDIA and made his solo debut on November 4, 2019 with the mini album S.O.L.
— He’s also an actor.
— On February 28, 2023 it was announced that he would be leaving TOP Media and UP10TION following the termination of his exclusive contract with the agency on March 11, 2023.
— He signed an exclusive contract with Bill Entertainment on March 27, 2023, as a solo artist and actor.

Rank-15 (Final Round) Song Yuvin

— He returned to his label Music Works and group MYTEEN with Kim Kookheon and would continue promoting with them.
— On August 21, 2019, it was announced that the group had disbanded.
— He and Kim Kookheon debuted as duo group B.O.Y on January 7, 2020, with the mini album Phase One : You.
— The duo later disbanded on April 30, 2021 when Yuvin decided to terminate his contract with Music Works.
— On April 6, 2022 He signed with FLEX M, a subsidiary under Kakao Entertainment where he would promoting himself as singer and actor, but later he announced his departure from the label on October 31, 2023.
— He regularly posts on social media.

Rank-16 (Final Round) Ham Wonjin
— He returned to Starship Entertainment where he was scheduled to debut in their brand new boy group with Kang Minhee, Song Hyengjun and Koo Jungmo called Starshipz as pre-debut name.
— He debuted in the boy group CRAVITY on April 14, 2020 with the mini album Hideout: Remember Who We Are – Season1.

Rank-17 (Final Round) Keum Donghyun

— He returned to C9 Entertainment as an actor.
— On March 2, 2021, it was revealed that C9 Entertainment was planning to debut a new boy group which would include him in the lineup.
— He debuted in boy group EPEX on June 8, 2021 with the EP Bipolar Pt.1 : Prelude of Anxiety.

*Hiatus Rank-18 (Final Round) Hwang Dongwook

— He returned to Woollim Entertainment where he was scheduled as part of the pre-debut group along with Cha Junho, Kim Donghyun, Jo Changuk, and Kim Minseo called W PROJECT 4.
— The pre-debut group released a performance song called “1M1S” on September 2, 2019.
— He debuted in the boy group DRIPPIN as group’s leader under the stage name Yunseong on October 28, 2020, with the mini album Boyager.
— He is not participating in this comeback due to injury.

Rank-19 (Final Round) Lee Sejin

— He left his label iMe Korea and continued to pursue his acting.
— He stated that he would promote himself under the stage name Han Sejin.
— He posts regularly on social media.

Rank-20 (Final Round) Tony

— He returned to his label Hongyi Entertainment and stated that he would be participating in Chinese survival show Youth With You 3. On February 1, 2021, Hongyi Entertainment issued a statement stating that Tony himself proposed to terminate his contract with the agency and was also not given approval to appear on Youth With You 3.
— He then signed to Astro Music, to which the company released a statement stating that he terminated his contract with Hongyi Entertainment on August 4, 2020.
— He later participated on Chinese survival show Youth With You 3 but later left the show due to the recent scandal involving his parents’ alleged illegal businesses and people questioning his nationality.
— In September 24, 2022, he released his first Cantonese song, “Dream Lover”.
— He regularly posts on social media.

Rank-21 (Round 3) Kim Kookheon

— He returned to his label Music Works and group MYTEEN with Song Yuvin and would continue promoting with them.
— On August 21, 2019, it was announced that the group had disbanded.
— He and Song Yuvin debuted as duo group B.O.Y on January 7, 2020, with the mini album Phase One : You.
— The duo later disbanded April 30, 2021 when Yuvin decided to terminate his contract with Music Works.
— He regularly posts on social media.

Rank-22 (Round 3) – Lee Jinwoo

— He returned to Maroo Entertainment with Lee Woojin and Lee Taeseung.
— They later debuted as a project group called TEEN TEEN on September 18, 2019, with the mini album Very, On Top.
— Later it was announced they would debut in a boy group.
— He debuted in GHOST9 on September 23, 2020, with the mini album Pre Episode 1 : Door.

Rank-23 (Round 3) – Kim Dongyun

— He returned to Woollim Entertainment where he was scheduled as part of the pre-debut group with Cha Junho, Hwang Yunseong, Jo Changuk, and Kim Minseo called W PROJECT 4.
— The pre-debut group released a performance song called “1M1S” on September 2, 2019.
— He debuted in the boy group DRIPPIN on October 28, 2020, with the mini album Boyager.

Rank-24 (Round 3) Lee Hyeop

— He later signed to Woollim Entertainment where he was scheduled to be a part of the pre-debut group called W PROJECT 4.
— The group released a perfomance song called “1M1S” on September 2, 2019.
— He debuted in the boy group DRIPPIN on October 28, 2020, with the mini album Boyager.

Rank-25 (Round 3) Park Sunho

— He returned to SidusHQ and has focused on acting. He still sings OSTs and plans to release singles, but has given up on his idol dream.
— He regularly posts on social media.

Rank-26 (Round 3) Kang Hyeonsu

— He returned to APP.Y Entertainment and regularly posted on his social media.
— He also participated in the Japanese global idol development project survival show G-EGG where he placed 2nd, ending up in the final lineup of the project group NIK.
— He debuted in the boy group NIK on September 27, 2021, with the single “Universe / Santa Monica”.
— On June 30, it was announced that the group will be disbanding following the expiration of their contract in July 2023.

Rank-27 (Round 3) Kim Sihun

— He returned to Brand New Music along with Hong Seoungjun and Yun Jeonghwan.
— He debuted with them as part of a group called BDC as their leader. They released a pre-debut single album titled “Boys Da Capo” on October 29, 2019, and later debuted on September 23, 2020 with the EP The Intersection : Belief.
— On August 18, 2023, it was announced that he, along with Seoungjun and JengHwan, have terminated their exclusive contracts with Brand New Music, but still remain in the boy group BDC.
— He opened social media and is regularly posting.

Rank-28 (Round 3) Choi Suhwan

— He was individual trainee but he founded his own agency called LYNNA Entertainment.
— He released his pre-debut single “Starry Night” on August 20, 2020, before making his solo debut on October 18, 2021 with the digital single “New Hero“.
— In January 2024, he was revealed as a contestant on Mnet’s reality survival show Build Up : Vocal Boy Group Survivor but got eliminated.
— On April 3, 2024, it was announced that WATERFIRE group name from Build Up : Vocal Boy Group Survivor would be debuting as a project boy group under his agency LYNNA Entertainment and he would be in the lineup.

Rank-29 (Round 3) – Joo Changuk

— He returned to Woollim Entertainment where he was scheduled to be a part of the pre-debut group along with Cha Junho, Hwang Yunseong, Kim Donghyun and Kim Minseo called W PROJECT 4.
— The pre-debut group released a peformance song called “1M1S” on September 2, 2019.
— He debuted in the boy group DRIPPIN on October 28, 2020, with the mini album Boyager.

Rank-30 (Round 3) – Kim Hyeonbin

— He was Source music trainee but later he left the label on January 2020.
— On June 4, 2020, it was revealed that he had officially appeared on WM Entertainment’s social accounts, and that he joined WM Entertainment.
— On November 16, 2021, Hyeonbin’s posts were deleted on WM Ggumnamu trainee group, indicating that he has left the company.
— He signed under Cube Entertainment in 2022 as a trainee.
— He was confirmed to be a member of Cube’s new boy group NOWADAYS on November 9, 2023 on Naver News, before being officially introduced on March 7, 2024 with the release of his concept photo.
— He debuted in boy group NOWADAYS as group’s leader on April 2, 2024 with single album “Nowadays”.

*Left The Show Rank-31 (Round 3) Chou Byungchan

— He left the show on Episode 11 due to health issues.
— He acted in many dramas.
— He returned to Plan A (which was later called Play M and now it’s IST Entertainment) Entertainment and returned to his group VICTON and will continue promoting with them.
— On April 20, 2023, it was announced that he, alongside his other 2 member’s would be leaving IST Entertainment following the expiration of their contracts.
— On May 15, it was reported that he had signed an exclusive contract with New Way Company to resume his activities as an actor.

Rank-32 (Round 2) Moon Hyunbin

— He left Starship after the show and got signed under Rain Company.
— On December 10, 2020 it was announced that Rain would debut a first boy group with Hyunbin in the lineup.
— He debuted in the boy group Ciipher as group’s leader on March 15, 2021 under Rain Company with mini album 안꿀려 (I like you).
— On February 20, 2023, he was introduced as a contestant on the MBC reality show “My Teenage Boy/Fantasy Boys” as RAIN Company trainee.
— He was participating in MBC survival show “My Teenage Boy/Fantasy Boys” where he was eliminated on Final Episode.
— He returned to his group CIIPHER and will continue to promote with them.
— He recently opened social media and is regularly posting.

Rank-33 (Round 2) Won Hyuk

— He and Lee Wonjun returned to E Entertainment and had mini fan meeting.
— It was revealed that company will debut their first boy group with him and Lee Wonjun in it they were called EBOYZ as pre-debut name.
— He officially debuted in boy group E’LAST on June 9, 2020 with mini album Day Dream.

Rank-34 (Round 2) – Kwon Taehon

— He returned to A.CONIC Entertainment and was part of a pre-debut project band A.FACT.
— On September 22, 2020, he was revealed to be a part of A.CONIC’s upcoming seven-member boy group WOW, they debuted on March 8, 2021 with title “Miss U“.

Rank-35 (Round 2) Kang Seokhwa

— He was individual trainee but later on OUI Entertainment announced on August 20, 2019 that he had signed with them.
— He was part of pre-debut group OUI BOYZ with Kim Yohan.
— He debuted in the group WEi on October 5, 2020 with the mini album IDENTITY : First Sight.

Rank-36 (Round 2) Baek Jin

— He returned to Vine Entertainment and debuted in duo group JXR with Park Yuri on December 5 with title “Element” under ESVINE Entertainment, a collaborative company under Vine and ESteem Entertainment.
JXR disbanded in late 2020 due to inactivity on their SNS.
— He is now working as dancer and a tattoo artist and regularly post on social media.

Rank-37 (Round 2) – Lee Midam

— Him and Jung Myunhoon released pre-debut collaboration song called “Hello Christmas”.
— They released the collaboration on December 23, 2019 and held their fan meeting on the 25th.
— He seemed to left APP.Y Entertainment and signed under D-Nation Entertainment.
— He enlisted in August 2021 and has been discharged sometime in February of 2023.
— He confirmed he left D-Nation saying on his IG live and he said he will live as a normal person.

Rank-38 (Round 2) Yun Junghwan

— He returned to Brand New Music along with Hong Seoungjun and Kim Sihun.
— He debuted with them as part of a group called BDC. They released a pre-debut single album titled “Boys Da Capo” on October 29, 2019, and later debuted on September 23, 2020 with the EP The Intersection : Belief.
— On August 18, 2023, it was announced that he, along with Sihun and Seoungjun, have terminated their exclusive contracts with Brand New Music, but still remain in boy group BDC.
— He opened social media and is regularly posting.

Rank-39 (Round 2) – Jeong Jaehon

— He left Around US Entertainment it’s unknown when.
— On August 11, 2021, he was introduced as the 38th contestant of the survival show “Extreme Debut Wild Idol” as individual trainee.
— He participated in MBC survival show “Extreme Debut Wild Idol” but was eliminated in Episode 3.
— Nothing has been heard from him since then.

Rank-40 (Round 2) Park Yuri

— He returned to ESteem model agency where he debuted in duo group JXR with Bark Jin on December 5, 2019 with title “Element” under ESVINE Entertainment, a collaborative company under Vine and ESteem Entertainment.
JXR disbanded in late 2020 due to inactivity on their SNS.
— On August 11, 2021, he was introduced as the 19th contestant of the survival show “Extreme Debut Wild Idol” as ESteem trainee.
— He participated in MBC survival show Extreme Debut Wild Idol but was eliminated in Episode 3.
— He is still works as a model under ESteem and post’s regularly on social media.

Rank-41 (Round 2) – Lee Woojin

— He returned to Maroo Entertainment with Lee Jiwoo and Lee Taeseung.
— They later debuted as a project group called TEEN TEEN on September 18, 2019, with the mini album Very, On Top.
— Later it was announced they would debut in a boy group.
— He debuted in GHOST9 on September 23, 2020, with the mini album Pre Episode 1 : Door.

Rank-42 (Round 2) Kim Dongbin

— He parted ways with MLD Entertainment and posted regularly on social media but later deactivated.
— In December 2019 he signed under ONE COOL JACSO Entertainment, as per company they are planning to debut him in Korea as long as he is ready.
— The company has opened social media on May 20, 2022 called OCJ NEWBIES as pre-debut group name which he was revealed as part of the lineup on May 25, 2022.
— On August 8, 2023, he was introduced as a contestant in the Chinese survival show “Asia Super Young” as ONE COOL JACSO Entertainment trainee.
— He was participating in the Chinese survival show “Asia Super Youngwhere he got eliminated in the final episode Rank:13.
— He returned to his label JACSO Entertainment (previously called ONE COOL JACSO Entertainment) and is still part of the trainee group OCJ NEWBIES.

Rank-43 (Round 2) Wei Ziyue

— He returned to his label Hongyi Entertainment and is continuing training there.
— He also participated in Chinese survival show “Produce Camp 2021 (Chuang 2021)” but was eliminated in Episode 8 ranking 31.
— He regularly posts on his Weibo and Instagram account and is still a Hongyi trainee.

Rank-44 (Round 2) Kim Sunghyun

— He returned to his group IN2IT and will continue promoting with them.
— On September 5, 2019, it has been announced that he left the group for personal reasons.
— Currently he is signed as an actor with Black Hole Man Entertainment and regularly post’s on social media.

Rank-45 (Round 2) Kim Sunghyeon

— He regularly post’s on social media and later signed under VERYGOODS.
— On December 23, 2021, he made his solo debut with the first digital single “Mint“.

Rank-46 (Round 2) – Choi Juseong

— After show ended he left Jellyfish Entertainment and signed under Maroo Entertainment.
— On September 7, 2020, it was confirmed that Jun Seong would be debuting as a member of Maroo’s upcoming boy group GHOST9 with Lee Jinwoo, Lee Woojin and Lee Taesung.
— He debuted in the boy group GHOST9 on September 23, 2020 with the mini album Pre Episode 1 : Door.

Rank-47 (Round 2) Lee Wonjun

— He and Won Hyuk returned to E Entertainment and had mini fan meeting.
— It was revealed that company will debut their first boy group with him and Won Hyuk in it they were called EBOYZ as pre-debut name.
— He officially debuted in boy group E’LAST on June 9, 2020 with mini album Day Dream.
— He later debuted in group’s first sub-unit E’LAST U with digital single “Remeber”.

Rank-48 (Round 2) – Park Yunsol

— He returned to Nest Entertainment and continued training there.
— He also participated in the Japanese global idol development project survival show G-EGG where he placed 2nd, ending up in the final lineup of the project group NIK.
— He debuted in the boy group NIK on September 27, 2021, with the single “Universe / Santa Monica”.
— On June 30, it was announced that the group will be disbanding following the expiration of their contract in July 2023.
— On June 5, 2023, it was announced that he enlisted in millitary in July.

Rank-49 (Round 2) – Mahiro Hidaka

— He left YG Entertainment with Wang Junhao.
— They both later signed on September 10, 2019, under OUI Entertainment.
— On January 3, 2020, it was announced that OUI Entertainment had terminated their contract due to the company not being able to support foreigner trainees financially. He and Wang Junhao later both signed under Japanese label Dream Passport.
— He was announced to debut in their new boy group called BUGVEL on October 20, 2021. He officially debuted in the group on March 30, 2022, with the single “bad guy”.

Rank-50 (Round 2) Peak Kongthap

— He returned to his label Chandelier Music and it looks like he has returned to Thailand, but continues to train and model. It’s not certain if he is still under Chandelier music or not.

Rank-51 (Round 2) Hong Seongjun

— He returned to Brand New Music along with Yun Junghwan and Kim Sihun.
— He debuted with them as part of a group called BDC. They released a pre-debut single album titled “Boys Da Capo” on October 29, 2019, and later debuted on September 23, 2020 with the EP The Intersection : Belief.
— On August 18, 2023, it was announced that he, along with Sihun and JengHwan, have terminated their exclusive contracts with Brand New Music, but still reamain in the boy group BDC.
— He opened social media and is regularly posting.
— In January 2024, he was revealed as a contestant on Mnet’s reality survival show Build Up : Vocal Boy Group Survivor but got eliminated.

Rank-52 (Round 2) – Kim Minseo

— He returned to Woollim Entertainment where he was scheduled to be a part of the pre-debut group along with Cha Junho, Hwang Yunseong, Kim Donghyun, and Jo Changuk called W PROJECT 4.
— The pre-debut group released a peformance song called “1M1S” on September 2, 2019.
— He debuted in the boy group DRIPPIN on October 28, 2020, with the mini album Boyager.

Rank-53 (Round 2) – Lee Taesung

— He returned to Maroo Entertainment with Lee Woojin and Lee Jinwoo.
— They later debuted as a project group called TEEN TEEN on September 18, 2019, with the mini album Very, On Top.
— Later it was announced they would debut in a boy group.
— He debuted in GHOST9 on September 23, 2020, with the mini album Pre Episode 1 : Door.
— On September 5, 2021, Maroo Entertainment announced his departure from GHOST9 due to personal reasons.
— Nothing has been heard from him ever since he left.

Rank-54 (Round 2) Woo Jewon

— He was trainee under Around US Entertainment. He later left and signed under FirstOne Entertainment.
— On January 10, 2022 he was introduced as part of the lineup of the boy group under FirstOne Entertainment called NINE.i.
— He debuted in NINE.i as group’s leader on March 30, 2022, with the mini album New World.

Rank-55 (Round 2) Lee Eugene

— He was an individual trainee and child actor. After the show ended, he signed under Namoo Actors but later left, and is currently under Image Communications.
— He also revealed to have changed his stage name to Yoo Jinwoo from his birth name Lee Eugene.
— He is currently still acting.

Rank-56 (Round 2) – Kwon Huijun

— It was confirmed that he had left Cre.Ker Entertainment when The Boyz stated on the UNIVERSE app that there was no trainees under Cre.Ker Entertainment.
— He signed with MD Entertainment as an actor.

Rank-57 (Round 2) – Han Gichan

— He returned to Fantagio.
— He has focused on acting, and it is assumed that he has moved away from the idol path.

Rank-58 (Round 2) – Wang Jyunhao
— He left YG Entertainment along with Mahiro Hidaka.
— They both later signed on September 10, 2019, under OUI Entertainment.
— On January 3, 2020, it was announced that OUI Entertainment had terminated their contract due to the company not being able to support foreigner trainees financially.
— He and Mahiro Hidaka later both signed under Japanese label Dream Passport.
— He was announced to debut in their new boy group called BUGVEL on October 20, 2021. He officially debuted in the group on March 30, 2022, under the stage name Guno with the single “bad guy”.

Rank-59 (Round 2) – Moon Junho

— He left Woollim Entertainment and signed with MAXXAM Entertainment. Shortly after joining MAXXAM Entertainment, he left and signed with Luminant Entertainment as a soloist.
— He then made his solo debut with the single “Dear My Song” in November 6, 2019.
— He has been regularly posting on his YouTube channel Moon Junho.

Rank-60 (Round 2) Nam Donghyun

— He left his own label South Buyers Club and debuted as an independent soloist under the stage name BOYHOOD on July 7, 2020, with the single “Retro Love”.
— He was announced as contestant in Channel A’s co-ed survival show Stars Awakening/Youth Star in April 14, 2022 as part of the singer-songwriter category, but later was eliminated in episode 3.
— He later decided to promote under his birth name instead of the stage name BOYHOOD.

Rank-61 (Round 1) Anzardi Timothee

— He returned to his label ESteem and continued being a model.
— On August 11, 2021, he was introduced as the 26th contestant of the survival show “Extreme Debut Wild Idol” as ESteem trainee.
— He participated in MBC survival show Extreme Debut: Wild Idol but was eliminated in episode 3.
— He still works as a model under ESteem and regularly posts on social media.
— He was apart of the project fictional group X-PIERS created for KBS World’s web drama Broke Rookie Star.

Rank-62 (Round 1) Kim Jigon

— He returned to ESteem and continues being a model.
— He’s also been acting.
— He posts regularly on social media.

Rank-63 (Round 1) – Lee Hamin

— He later signed with JSL Japan, previously being individual, and became a member of the pre-debut group Eight. Unfortunately, they presumably disbanded the same year and were unable to make their debut.
— He later left JSL Japan and signed with Chrome Entertainment. He was added as a new member of Bz-Boys on October 29, 2020.
— On May 10, 2021, he was formally introduced as the group’s fifth member and continue’s promoting with them.

Rank-64 (Round 1) – Jeon Hyunwoo

— Not much has been heard from him since the show other then that he’s still a trainee under Astory Entertainment.

Rank-65 (Round 1) Kim Yeonsang

— He returned to MBK Entertainment and was part of MBK BOYS.
— On October 13, 2019, he announced on his personal Instagram account that he would be starting his mandatory military service on October 17, 2019. He was discharged on July 28, 2021.
— It is assumed that he left MBK Entertainment when he was not included in the lineup of BAE173 and has not had a single update of him from the company.
— He has not been posting much on social media.

Rank-66 (Round 1) Byeon Seongtae

— He returned to Urban Works and has focused on acting.
— On June 12, 2020, he made his first singing appearance since Produce X 101 as the co-singer in the song “Hello” released for the web drama Hello Office.
— He regularly posts on social media.

Rank-67 (Round 1) – Lee Hwan

— He returned to DSP Media, but not much has been heard from him since the show.
— It is presumed he left DSP Media since he was not included lineup of MIRAE.

Rank-68 (Round 1) – Jung Youngbin

— He was an individual trainee but later signed under DS Entertainment in which he joined the at the time pre-debut boy group DS BOYS.
— The group planned to release their first album on October 2019 after their private showcase in July. However due to internal problems, their debut was cancelled and they left the company on August 12, 2019.
— Later it was revealed that the group signed under WIP Company (SE group Entertainment). On January 30, 2020, he was revealed in an introduction video for the boy group LUMINOUS.
— The group released the pre-debut EP Luminous Dreaming on August 19, 2021.
— He officially made his debut in boy group LUMINOUS as group’s leader on September 9, 2021 with the mini album Youth.

Rank-69 (Round 1)Oh Saebom

— He returned to NEST Entertainemnt and his busking group MAXXAM, and later debuted as soloist under MAXXAM Entertainment.
— He officially debuted as soloist on December 17, 2019, with the digital single “Tie”.
— He regularly posts on social media.

Rank-70 (Round 1) – Yoo Geunmin

— Nothing has been heard from him since the show other then him still being a trainee under Million Market.

Rank-71 (Round 1) – Jung Myunghoon

— He and Lee Midam released a pre-debut collaboration song called “Hello Christmas”.
— He seemed to left APP.Y Entertainment sometime during 2020.
— He is a member of the producing team VENDORS under the name CALi.

Rank-72 (Round 1) Steven Kim

— He returned to DS Entertainment where he was part of the at the time pre-debut boy group DS BOYS.
— The group planned to release their first album on October 2019 after their private showcase in July. However due to internal problems, their debut was cancelled and they left the company on August 12, 2019.
— Later it was revealed that the group signed under WIP Company (SE group Entertainment). On January 30, 2020, he was revealed in an introduction video for the boy group LUMINOUS.
— The group released the pre-debut EP Luminous Dreaming on August 19, 2021.
— He officially made his debut in boy group LUMINOUS on September 9, 2021 with the mini album Youth.

Rank-73 (Round 1) – Song Changha

— Ever since the show ended not much has been heard from him other then the fact that he is still training at Kiwi Media (possibly now known as The Wave Music).

Rank-74 (Round 1) – Choi Jinhwa

— He returned to his label WUZO Entertainment and kept training.
— It was revealed on March 17, 2020, that WUZO would debut their first boy group which would feature him, which at the time was called WUZO CIRCLE.
— He made his debut in boy group BLITZERS as group’s leader on May 12, 2021, with the EP Check-In.

Rank-75 (Round 1) – Lee Junhyuk

— He returned to DSP Media where he was part of pre-debut boy group with Son Dongpyo, which was called DSP N at the time.
— He debuted in boy group MIRAE as group’s leader on March 17, 2021, with the mini album KILLA.

Rank-76 (Round 1) – Lee Gyunhyung

— He debuted as an actor under WM Entertainment in 2020, but he later left.
— He’s currently not under a company and not much has been heard from him.

Rank-77 (Round 1) Won Hyunsik

— He left Happyface Entertainment (now known as Dreamcatcher Company) and later on March (2022) signed with ONE COOL JACSO Entertainment.
— On May 25, 2022 he was revealed on their social media as part of the lineup for the company’s boy group, at the time known as OCJ NEWBIES.
— On March 9, 2023, he was confirmed as a member of XODIAC with the release of his concept photos for their pre-debut single “Calling” which was released on March 13, 2023.
— He debuted in the boy group XODIAC on April 25, 2023 with the digital single Throw A Dice.

Rank-78 (Round 1) Tsai Chihao

— He was a Source Music trainee but later left the label. He regularly posted on his social media, but later deactivated his Instagram and signed under Starweave Entertainment (previously known as JTG Entertainment).
— On February 7, 2022 he was revealed as a member of the company’s boy group JWiiver.
— He debuted in the boy group JWiiver on February 17, 2022, under the stage name Shita with the mini album Jtrap he later changed his stage name Chae Gaho.
—The group disbanded silently through one of member’s instagram stories.
—He regularly post’s on his Instagram.

Rank-79 (Round 1) – Choi Sihyuk

— Not much has been heard from him since the show other then him presumably still being under Around Us Entertainment.

Rank-80 (Round 1) – Kim Gwanwoo

— He returned to Krazy Entertainment, but his duo group Team X silently disbanded following the closure of Krazy Entertainment.
— He later signed under TS Entertainment, but the label went defunct.
— He continues to pursue music as an independent artist.
— He has not been posting much recently.

Rank-81 (Round 1) Park Jinyeol

— He participated in MBC survival show Extreme Debut: Wild Idol but was eliminated in episode 3.
— He signed under Keystone Entertainment, previously being independent. On January 31, 2022 he was revealed in a teaser as part of the company’s upcoming boy group.
— He debuted in the boy group BLANK2Y under the stage name Siwoo in May 24, 2022, with the title K2Y I : Confidence [Thumbs Up].
— The group disbanded after on October 23, 2023 after he and other member’s departed from the group and terminated their contract’s.
— He signed under Aubemoon Studio as their artist on October 17, 2023.

Rank-82 (Round 1) Kim Minseo

— He left Urban Works.
— It was announced he would be joining the show, LOUD as a contestant. However, he was eliminated during the first round of eliminations.
— He regularly post’s on social media.

Rank-83 (Round 1) – Heo Jinho

— Not much has been heard from him since the show other then that he’s still a trainee under Astory Entertainment.

Rank-84 (Round 1) Hwan Geumryul

— He opened his Instagram on March 17, 2020, but it is uncertain if he left Yuehua Entertainment or not.

Rank-85 (Round 1) – Hong Sunghyeon

— He left Urban Works sometime during late 2019 and signed with PLUS WIN.
— In February 2020, he was announced as a member of the pre-debut boy group Shooter-X. He later left the group.

Rank-86 (Round 1) – Yu Seongjun

— It is rumored he left Yuehua Entertainment but nothing has been confirmed.
— Not much has been heard from him since the show.

Rank-87 (Round 1) Sung Minseo

— He left SF Entertainment, and signed under Model Directors and has been focusing on his modeling career.
— It seems he has given up on the idol path, but he has been a fairly successful model since the show, walking in prestigious shows such as Milan Fashion Week.

Rank-88 (Round 1) Lee Sangho

— He still appears to be trainee under Gost Entertainment and he regularly posts on social media.

Rank-89 (Round 1) – Kim Seunghwan

— He returned to ESteem and continued being a model.

Rank-90 (Round 1) – Kim Hyeongmin

— Ever since the show ended, not much has been heard from him other then that he is still training at Kiwi Media (possibly now known as The Wave Music).

Rank-91 (Round 1) – Jun Uehara

— He left JH1 Entertainment after the show.
— He was a contestant on Produce 101 Japan as an individual trainee where he was eliminated in final episode ranking #14.
— He signed under the Japanese label Dream Passport.
— He debuted in the J-Pop boy group ORβIT on November 11, 2020, with the studio album OO under the stage name June.

Rank-92 (Round 1) – Yoon Minguk

— He left Source Music, and he continued to train and regularly attend school.
— He regularly posts on social media.
— He signed under HOWLING Entertainment, where on November 13, 2023 he was revealed as a member of company’s first boy group WAKER.
— He debuted in boy group WAKER on January 8, 2024 with the mini album “Mission of School” under the stage name Saebyeol.

Rank-93 (Round 1) – Park Sion

— Not much has been heard from him since the show other than he still is a trainee under Plasma Entertainment.

Rank-94 (Round 1) Kim Junjae

— Nothing has been verified, but it seems he left THINK ABOUT Entertainment and is currently a DJ and independent artist.
— He regularly posts on social media.

Rank-95 (Round 1) – Lee Jaebin

— Not much has been heard from him since the show and it’s unclear if he left C9 Entertainment or not, since he was not included the lineup of EPEX and isn’t active on social media.

Rank-96 (Round 1) Yun Hyunjo

— He returned to Gost Entertainment and became a soloist.
— He debuted as a soloist under the stage name E:DAN on January 15, 2020, with the single “Deep dawn”.
— He regularly posts on social media.

Rank-97 (Round 1) – Lim Dahun

— Not much has been heard from him since the show. However, he has not been seen with the other Kiwi Media Group trainees in the company’s many updates on its trainees, so it’s assumed he left the company but still its unconfirmed.

Rank-98 (Round 1) – Choi Byunghoon

— After the show was over, Byunghoon ended his contract with Enfant Terrible Entertainment and signed on as a trainee under Majesty Entertainment.
— He later left Majesty Entertainment and regularly posted on social media.
— He signed under Command The-M Entertainment where he’s was part of the pre-debut boy group CMDM.
— He debuted in the boy group CMDM on April 27, 2023 with the single album Back To The Future.

Rank-99 (Round 1) Kim Dongkyu

— He left Urban Works.
— He is a dancer and choreographer affiliated with DNCE.
— He is attending Jeonghwa Arts College.

*Left the Show Rank-100 (Entrance Test) – Yoon Seobin

— After episode 1 aired some former schoolmates of him accused him of being a bully in school and shared pictures of him drinking and smoking while being underage.
— After these allegations, on May 5, 2019, the JYP Entertainment terminated his contract, and he also had to leave the program, causing him to be edited out of the episodes as much as possible.
— On December 9, 2019 he signed with Sublime Artist Agency.
— Sometime in January 2022, he quietly departed from Sublime Artist Agency.
— He is currently actor and singer-songwriter under Peace Angels Company and regularly post’s on social media.

*Left the Show Rank-101 (Entrance Test) – Im Siu

— He was competing on Produce X 101, and he ranked #51 as of episode 1. However, he left the show before the grade reevaluations and the “X1-MA” stage for personal reasons, so not much has been heard from him since the show.

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