Lu Han

Lu Han is known as a Chinese singer and actor. He is most famous for being a member of the South Korean-Chinese boy band Exo and its sub-group Exo-M, before leaving the group in October 2014.

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Lu Han was born on April 20, 1990 in Haidian, Beijing. He moved on from Beijing Shida Middle School and went to Beijing Haidian Foreign Language Shi Yan School before leaving for South Korea to go to Yonsei University as a foreign exchange student. He studied Applied Music at the Seoul Institute of the Arts.


In 2008, Lu Han ineffectively tried out for JYP Entertainment at their worldwide tryout in China but he did not give up on his dreams. In 2010, while studying in Seoul, he was discovered while in Myeong-dong by a S.M. Diversion talent agent who suggested that he should try out for the organization.

He was accepted and became a trainee for the entertainment company. He began his entertainment career as a member of the South Korean-Chinese band EXO. In October 2014, Luhan pursued the footsteps of his band-mate, Kris Wu and filed a claim to end his contract with SM Entertainment and returned to China to pursue his solo career in his home country.

In 2014, as Luhan and member of Exo, he was ranked the 6th most popular entertainment star in China by China National Radio.


Quick Facts
Birth Date: 20 Apr, 1990
Age: 30 yrs
Occupations: Singer
Television actor
Citizenship: People's Republic of China
Birth Place: Haidian District
Education: Yonsei University
Seoul Institute of the Arts
Gender: Male
Description: Chinese singer
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Last Modified: Jun 28 2020
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