AB6IX Wiki

Park Woo-jin (Hangul: 박우진), commonly known as Woojin, is a South Korean rapper.

He is the main rapper, main dancer, and vocalist of the group AB6IX. He was also a member of the project group Wanna One.


Park Woo-jin was born in Busan, South Korea. When he was eleven years old, Park Auditioned for survival program called Superstar K. Park graduated from Korean Arts High School in January 2018. Prior to appearing on Produce 101 Season 2, Park had trained for one year and two months. He initially started as a trainee under JYP Entertainment and then became a trainee under Brand New Music.

2017–2018: Produce 101 and Wanna One

In 2017, Park represented Brand New Music in the boy group reality survival show Produce 101 Season 2. He choreographed the dance to 'Hollywood', which he and his fellow Brand New Music trainees performed at the Produce 101 ranking evaluation.

He is known for finishing at sixth place in the final episode and becoming a member of the project boy group Wanna One under YMC Entertainment.

Park debuted with Wanna One during Wanna One Premier Show-Con on August 7, 2017, at the Gocheok Sky Dome with the debut mini-album 1×1=1 (To Be One).

He promoted with Wanna One's unit "Triple Position", which won the "Best Unit Award" at the 2018 Mnet Asian Music Awards. He concluded his contract with Wanna One on December 31, 2018, although he still appeared with the group until its official farewell concerts on January 24–27, 2019.

2019: Solo activities and AB6IX

In January 2019, Park collaborated with fellow labelmate Lee Dae-hwi and released a single titled "Candle". In March 2019, Park Collaborated with American rapper A Boogie wit da Hoodie and released a Korean version of Look Back at It. In March 2019, Woojin was confirmed as part of the cast for Law of the Jungle in Thailand.

In May 2019, Park debuted in a new boy group called AB6IX, formed by Brand New Music. However, due to his knee injury, he's taking a hiatus while the other 4 members are continuing with their promotions.

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