Treasure 13

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Treasure 13
OriginSeoul, South Korea
Years active2019 (2019)–present
Associated acts
  • Treasure
  • Magnum
  • Hyunsuk
  • Jihoon
  • Junkyu
  • Yoshinori
  • Yoonbin
  • Mashiho
  • Jaehyuk
  • Asahi
  • Yedam
  • Doyoung
  • Haruto
  • Jeongwoo
  • Junghwan

Treasure 13 (Hangul: 트레저13; Japanese: トレジャー13; stylized as TREASURE 13) is a South Korean boy group formed by YGE through reality survival program YG Treasure Box. The group consists of 13 members, who are also sub-divided into two groups Treasure and Magnum.


Pre-debut: YG Treasure Box[edit]

Jun-kyu started as a child advertising model in 2010, namely for brands Lotte and Roygen Suits. Ye-dam appeared on SBS' K-pop Star 2 in 2012 finishing runner-up behind label-mate Akdong Musician.[1] At a young age, Jung-hwan joined one of the world's leading taekwondo demonstration team, K-Tigers. In January 2017, Mashiho took on his first acting role through labelmate Akdong Musician's musical short film.[2] On November 21, 2017 Ji-hoon, Ye-dam and Do-young alongside other YGE trainees at the time appeared on Mnet's Stray Kids as representatives for the label.[3] Within the same timeframe, Hyun-suk and Jun-kyu competed on JTBC's Mix Nine, finishing in 5th and 35th place respectively.[4]

On November 17, 2018 YGE unveiled 29 trainees through YG Treasure Box.[5] Haruto, Ye-dam, Jung-hwan and Jun-kyu were first to join the final line-up, followed Jeong-woo, Jae-hyuk and Hyun-suk under the group name Treasure.[6][7] On January 29, 2019 an announcement for a second line-up was disclosed with Yoon-bin, Mashiho, Do-young, Yoshinori, Ji-hoon and Asahi under Magnum. Both groups were collectively to be called Treasure 13, with fandom name Treasure Maker, derived from the name viewers were given of YG Treasure Box.[8] Ahead of debut, a series of promotional posters for the group were released from April 29 to May 26, 2019.[9] On episode 2 of labelmate Kwon Hyun-bin's reality show Kwon Hyun-bin Begins, Haruto and Hyun-suk made a short appearance, followed appearances by Jun-kyu, Ye-dam, Hyun-suk, Jung-hwan and Haruto on episode 3.


Treasure 13 members Yoshinori, Mashiho, Yoon Jae-hyuk, Asahi, Bang Ye-dam, Park Jeong-woo, and So Jung-hwan participated in labelmate senior Sean of Jinusean's charity marathon event Miracle 365 in July and August 2019, where awareness and funds were raised for the disabled.[10]


Adapted from their Naver Profile[11]


Title Year Sales Album
"Going Crazy" (미쳐가네) 2018 Unreleased Non-album single



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  4. ^ "'믹스나인' 양현석 사로잡은 반전의 男배틀, 김병관·최현석 강세[종합]". Osen. 24 December 2017. Retrieved 20 August 2019. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
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  8. ^ ""133만명·2억♥"… YG 트레저13, 데뷔전부터 기대 폭발". YG-Life. 14 February 2019. Retrieved 18 February 2019. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  9. ^ ""데뷔 임박했다!" 어제자 깜짝 공개된 '트레저 13' 방예담 프로필 사진". Insight. 30 April 2019. Retrieved 9 May 2019. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  10. ^ "Miracle365 희망을 위해 달립니다". Miracle 365. 3 August 2019. Retrieved 16 August 2019. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  11. ^ "Treasure 13 profile on Naver". Naver (in Korean). Retrieved March 31, 2019.

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