Kim Min-seok (born March 26, 1990) known by his artistic name Xiumin is a singer, dancer, model and actor South Korean. He is a member of the boy band EXO.
Xiumin was born in
Guri, Gyeonggi, South Korea on March 26, 1990. He was a student of the Catholic Kwandong University where he attended a seminar and gave a presentation to students of applied music. Xiumin attended at the same school in where studying Dongwoo of INFINITE.
Xiumin is trained in
martial arts and is competent in Kendo, Wushu, Taekwondo and fencing.
In 2008, at the age of 18, he joined S.M. Entertainment after winning second place in S.M. Everysing Contest. Xiumin was the seventh member to be revealed as a member of the EXO group after making a teaser set with
Kai on January 26, 2012.
In 2013, Xiumin appeared in the video for "Gone" by Lovelyz's Jin, with to the actress Kim Yoo-jung.
In January 2015, the acted in the musical
S.M. Entertainment School Oz acting the role of Aquila along with f(x)'s Luna, Shinee's Key, fellow Suho, TVXQ's Changmin and Red Velvet's Seulgi.
In October, 2015, Xiumin was the main protagonist of the web-drama
Falling for Challenge together with Kim So-eun. He released the You Are The One OST for the drama.
"You Are The One"
"Call You Bae"
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Lim Chang Jung
"A Glass Of Soju"
EXO 90:2014 MV Remake
"You Are The One"
Falling for Challenge OST
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