Stray Kids is full of incredibly talented performers.
Whether it’s leader Bang Chan‘s incredible power…
bang chan’s stage presence is no joke pic.twitter.com/KBQYhh1sZt
— َ (@chanlooks) May 13, 2021
bang chan’s stage presence is unmatched pic.twitter.com/7BZzDBd9Qp
— 🩸 ☻︎ (@CB97hive) December 18, 2020
Lee Know‘s fierce intensity…
— 이리노 (@linoscent) August 24, 2021
leeknow definitely loves the charmer choreo he embodied the song so much. the stage presence the energy the attitude its all there
— 𓃹 (@eternallino) May 18, 2022
Changbin‘s embodiment of every song…
changbin's stage presence is insane pic.twitter.com/mFz7BtLvyW
— changbin pics (@seochangbinpics) March 18, 2022
— head binchaner 🧋 (@binschans) July 23, 2020
Hyunjin‘s captivating facial expressions…
congratulations to hwang hyunjin for having the biggest energy and stage presence pic.twitter.com/Ycba7kdgHo
— 이리노 (@linoscent) December 18, 2020
thinking about hyunjin’s stage presence
— dolly (@hwangride) February 26, 2022
Han‘s explosive energy…
Han Jisung's stage presence really is no joke. The way he enjoys the stage like he's really born to perform, from his movements to his expressions, everything about him is eye catching. He's so powerful when he performs it's scary amazing. pic.twitter.com/0gJ2FO1tBQ
— ate aki (@shimjyun) August 4, 2018
the stage presence. the smile. THE han jisung. pic.twitter.com/gofT1tV8Gn
— ❀ bri know ❀ haechan day! (@briiiracha) March 4, 2022
Felix‘s incredible charisma…
felix’s stage presence >> pic.twitter.com/VeFX3qai6u
— 복 ✦⋆ ͛ (@lixiezone) March 30, 2022
can we talk about how strong felix stage presence is ♡ pic.twitter.com/KcjOrDVOTQ
— calla •ㅅ• (@lovebokkie) August 29, 2021
Seungmin‘s obvious enjoyment of every stage…
seungmin’s vocals are stunning and his stage presence is equally as stunning pic.twitter.com/vjHTMKaDnC
— moved (@seungsie) June 18, 2020
— lala🥛 semi rest 📚 (@seungmilkso6) July 22, 2020
Or I.N‘s incredible duality…
we, as stays, need to brag about Jeongin’s stage presence more pic.twitter.com/WHmJNVuotU
— malo misses piwon (@luabyuls) March 12, 2022
we’re having the jeongin stage presence conversation AGAIN so here’s one of my fave jeongin edits pic.twitter.com/E6530H0cAY
— 🧦 (@linosflow3r) November 10, 2021
Stray Kids are never lacking when it comes to putting on explosive performances that fans want to keep rewatching.
category is stage presence and Stray Kids won pic.twitter.com/xEcq5V5S3m
— ju🐞 (@hwngversz) April 30, 2022
And in a recent episode of Stray Kids’ current YouTube series, “2 Kids Room,” Changbin chose the member he thinks “thrives the most on stage.”
Personally, I think the member who thrives the most on stage with his expressions and movements is Han. I think it’s Han.
Changbin explains that given Stray Kids’ constant changes in genres and concepts, it’s essential for them to be versatile performers, which he thinks Han is excellent at.
Personally, when I look at our performances, [Han] can take on a variety of things.
Changbin explains that he’s even jealous of Han’s ability to create the perfect facial expressions.
Having a variety of facial expressions, I’m jealous of all that.
And he actively tries to learn from Han’s example to improve his own performance on stage.
Everyone has their own style when it comes to performing, but since we’re idols and do a variety of concepts, I think there are a lot of things that I take cue from [Han] while monitoring those performances.
And aside from simply facial expressions, Changbin expresses that he also wishes he had Han’s ability to improvise cool gestures to use during their performances.
You do these little gestures that fit the lyrics really well but you do those on the spot. You don’t plan them out, right? That’s freestyle. Things like gestures. I used to do them well before.
But while Han admits that he’s good at improvising movements, he believes that Changbin is actually best suited for the confident style he currently uses.
Those light gestures look good on me because I’m skinny, but you look much better holding your ground.
Still, Changbin wants to continue to learn from Han’s example to keep improving.
Really? But still, I need to be able to do what you do sometimes.
You can watch one of Han’s recent fancams for “MANIAC” here.