These boy group maknaes have changed a ton since they debuted. Check out the 7 idols who have matured from passionate boys to successful men over the years!
1. Sehun (EXO)
EXO’s “Mama,” released in 2012, showcased Sehun as their talented 19-year-old maknae.
Years later, he captivates fans’ hearts with his sexy and mature charm!
In EXO-SC’s latest release “1 Billion Views,” he shows off his cool and vibrant image with fellow member Chanyeol.
2. Jungkook (BTS)
Debuting at age 17, BTS’s Jungkook was a small but fierce rapper in “No More Dream.”
He became known for his innocent bunny visuals and overall adorable appearance.
However, fast-forward seven years later and it’s easy to see how well he’s grown!
Jungkook brings a more mature intensity to the stage with the same fiery passion from years ago in BTS’s “On.”
3. Dino (SEVENTEEN)
As one of SEVENTEEN’s main dancers, 17-year-old Dino was absolutely loveable in “Adore U.”
His bright image and boyish visuals were smile-inducing!
Nowadays, he’s certainly matured into a charismatic adult!
At age 22, he shows off his swag in SEVENTEEN’s latest release “Left & Right.”
4. Huening Kai (TXT)
TXT debuted in 2019 with “Crown” where visual maknae Huening Kai had a sweet and soft image.
In TXT’s latest comeback “Can’t You See Me,” he takes on a more dreamy image.
Though it hasn’t been very long from his debut until now, he’s certainly become more confident in his abilities on stage!
5. Jisung (NCT)
At 15 years old, Jisung was as cute as a button during NCT’s “Chewing Gum” released in 2016.
This hair-do can only work on someone with boyish charms like young Jisung.
Throughout the past few years, he’s come into his own and presented a more mature image.
6. Yugyeom (GOT7)
GOT7 debuted in 2014 with “Girls Girls Girls,” having Yugyeom as their main dancer.
Since then, the giant maknae has traded his short spiky hair for a more modern look.
Fans have watched him grow to become who he is today!
7. Seungyoon (WINNER)
At age 21, Seungyoon debuted as part of WINNER in 2014 with “Empty.”
He’s both the youngest and the leader of the group — Something you don’t see very often in K-Pop.
However, he’s certainly proved over the years he’s the right choice. From his talent to leadership skills, he’s grown up well!