Wen Junhui

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Wen Junhui
Jerry Wen during KCON New York 2016 Press Conference 01.jpg
Wen during the KCON New York 2016 Press Conference
Born (1996-06-10) 10 June 1996 (age 25)
Other namesJun - Junhui
  • Singer
  • actor
  • songwriter
Musical career
Years active2002–2010
Associated acts
Chinese name
Traditional Chinese
Simplified Chinese

Wen Junhui (Chinese: 文俊辉; Korean문준휘; born June, 10, 1996), professionally known by his given stage name Jun (), is a Chinese singer, actor and songwriter based in South Korea. He is a member of the South Korean boy group Seventeen and its sub-unit known as the "Performance Unit" under Pledis Entertainment.

Before debuting as a member of Seventeen, Jun was a child actor who starred in multiple films including The Pye Dog (2006), for which he won the Hong Kong Film Directors' Guild's Best New Actor Silver Award, and The Legend Is Born: Ip Man (2010).[1][2]

Early life[edit]

Wen Junhui was born on June, 10, 1996 in Shenzhen.[2] He has a younger brother named Yangyang who is ten years younger than him. As a child, he began starring in commercials at the age of two and worked as a child actor on TV shows and movies in Hong Kong and Mainland China.


Early career and debut[edit]

In October of 2012, Jun moved to South Korea to undergo training under Pledis Entertainment. From 2013 to 2015, he appeared on Seventeen TV and MBC Seventeen Project: Big Debut Plan as a trainee alongside the other future members of his band. He debuted as a member of Seventeen on the 26th of May, 2015 under his given stage name Jun. The group's first EP 17 Carat was released three days later, on May, 29, 2015.[3]

In 2018, him and group member The8 participated in the Chinese music reality show Chao Yin Zhan Ji (潮音战纪).[4] He won the first solo stage competition on the show with his performance of Wo Ming Bai (我明白), a Chinese cover of Seventeen's Thanks.[5] He wrote the Chinese lyrics for the cover.[6] His solo and collaboration stages on the show have been released on digital music platforms owned by Tencent Music.[7][8]

He released his first solo song, and the special single album Can You Sit By My Side (能不能坐在我身边), which he co-wrote, on December, 14, 2018.[9][10] He released his first solo OST, the Chinese version of Dream, for The King: Eternal Monarch on 2 July 2020.[11] On 5 February 2021, Jun released a single Crow (乌鸦), and later repackaged it into his second single Silent Boarding Gate (寂寞号登机口) released on February, 14.[12] His single Crow (乌鸦) made its mark on the Billboard World Digital Songs Sales chart after less than week of its release, marking Jun's debut as a solo artist on the Billboard charts. [13]


His acting career started at the age of two when he was casted in a commercial.[14] He has appeared in numerous television series, including Flying Dragon – the Special Unit (特警飞龙) at the age of five.[2]

He made his film debut in 2006 in The Pye Dog [zh], for which he won the Hong Kong Film Directors' Guild's Best New Performer Silver Award and was nominated for the Best New Performer Award of the 27th Hong Kong Film Awards.[15] In 2010, he played the young Ip Man in The Legend Is Born: Ip Man.

In 2014, he was cast in the Chinese web drama Intouchable.[16] He filmed a music video for the NetEase mobile game A Dream of Jianghu in July of 2019.[17]


In late 2015, Jun was a special MC for the Chinese interview segment on SBS The Show.[18] From October to December 2018, he co-hosted the Chinese music ranking show called YO! BANG (由你音乐榜样).[19]

Personal life[edit]

He learned wushu as a child and participated in competitions.[20] He also plays the piano and has performed arrangements of Seventeen's songs.[21]

His handsome looks have garnered him the nicknames of The Miracle of Mainland (大陸の奇跡) in Japan and Big Beautiful (大漂亮) in China.[22][23] He is also known to fans as the Little Prince of Shenzhen Subway (深圳地铁小王子) because a promotional ad he filmed for the Shenzhen Metro in middle school is still being aired on certain trains.[24]


Single Album[edit]

Title Details Peak Positions Sales
Can You Sit By My Side (能不能坐在我身旁)
  • Released: 14 December 2018
  • Label: Pledis Entertainment
  • Formats: digital download
Crow (乌鸦)
  • Released: 5 February 2021
  • Label: Pledis Entertainment
  • Formats: digital
- -
Silent Boarding Gate (寂寞号登机口)
  • Released: 14 February 2021
  • Label: Pledis Entertainment
  • Formats: digital
- -

Soundtrack Appearances[edit]

Title Year Peak Positions Album
Brothers for One Time with The8 2019 Seven Days OST[25]
Dream 2020 The King: Eternal Monarch Chinese version OST

Other Songs[edit]

Released on the Chinese digital music platforms QQ Music, KuGou Music and Kuwo Music unless otherwise specified.

Title Year Album Notes Ref
Wo Ming Bai (我明白) 2018 Chao Yin Zhan Ji Episode 1 Chinese version of Seventeen's Thanks [26]
The Last Blossom (开到荼蘼) with Yanan 2018 Chao Yin Zhan Ji Episode 5 Cover of Faye Wong [27]
The Night Is Too Dark (夜太黑) 2018 Chao Yin Zhan Ji Episode 6 Cover of Sandy Lam [28]
BB 88 with Tia Ray and Yanan 2018 Chao Yin Zhan Ji Episode 7 Cover of Khalil Fong [29]
Reflection of Desire (欲望反光) 2018 Chao Yin Zhan Ji Episode 9 Cover of Jam Hsiao [30]
Run! Frantic Flowers! (末路狂花) 2018 Chao Yin Zhan Ji Episode 10 Cover of Waa Wei [31]

Composition Credits[edit]

Credits are adapted from the Korea Music Copyright Association unless otherwise specified.[32]

Year Artist Song Album Lyrics Music
Credited With Credited With
2016 Seventeen Highlight (Performance Team) Going Seventeen Yes Bumzu, Hoshi, Dino, The8, Lee Yoo-jung No N/A
2017 MY I (Jun & The8) Al1 Yes Bumzu, The8 No
Hello Teen, Age Yes Bumzu, DK, Mingyu No
2018 Wen Junhui Wo Ming Bai (我明白) Non-album release Yes Bumzu, Woozi, Hoshi[33] No
Can You Sit By My Side Can You Sit By My Side Yes Song Bingyang No
2019 Seventeen Home Chinese Ver. Non-album release Yes Bumzu, The8, Tina Wang, Woozi[6] No



Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2006 The Pye Dog Lin Zhihong Won the Hong Kong Film Directors' Guild's Best New Performer Silver Award
2010 The Legend Is Born: Ip Man Young Ip Man Supporting role
2013 My Mother Lin Yilong Main role

Television Series[edit]

Year Title Role Network Notes Ref.
2002 Give Me Folly Feng Xiaoye
Special Police Dragon Guangdong Radio and Television
2004 Cross Border Daddy
2005 Go! Go! Daddy Zeng Cheng Asia Television Main role
2010 Drunk Red Crust Xiao Xiao Jiu iQiyi
Who's the Hero Asia Television Cameo
2013 Children's War Liu Xiaofeng Shanghai Television Supporting role
2014 Xue Dingshan Xue Yinglong Shaanxi Television
2015 Intouchable Little Dracula iQiyi Main role

Variety Shows[edit]

Year Title Network Notes
2015 The Show SBS Special MC
2018 Chao Yin Zhan Ji (潮音战纪) Tencent Cast member
YO! BANG (由你音乐榜样) MC

Music Video[edit]

Year Title Artist Notes
2019 Meng Xing Ji (梦行记) Li Changchao[34] Promotional song for Netease mobile game A Dream of Jianghu (一梦江湖)

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2006 Hong Kong Film Directors' Guild Award Best New Performer Silver Award The Pye Dog Won
2008 27th Hong Kong Film Awards Best New Performer Nominated


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