Jackson Wang is a Hong Kong rapper, singer, and dancer based in South Korea. He is a member of the South Korean boy group Got7 under JYP Entertainment, and is known for his appearances on Korean reality television, notably Roommate. He is also active in mainland China as a solo artist and television host. Born and raised in Hong Kong, Wang was a sabre fencer for Hong Kong's fencing team. He was ranked eleventh in the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics, and won first place at the Asian Junior and Cadet Fencing Championships in 2011, winning two gold medals. After passing a music audition, he moved to Seoul, South Korea in July 2011 to pursue a career in K-pop. In January 2014, after over two years of training, Wang debuted as a member of Got7 with the single "Girls Girls Girls".
|Born:||March 28, 1994, Kowloon Tong, British Hong Kong|
|Other names:||Wang Ka-yee, Wang Jia'er|
|Alma mater:||American International School Hong Kong|
|Occupation:||Rapper, Singer, Dancer, Host, Former Athlete|
|Parent(s):||Wang Ruiji (father)|
|Relatives:||Zhou Yongchang (Maternal Grandfather)|
|Twitter:||Jackson Wang's Twitter profile|
|Instagram:||Jackson Wang's Instagram profile|
|Facebook:||Jackson Wang's Facebook profile|
|Youtube:||Jackson Wang's Youtube channel|
About Jackson Wang
Rapper and dancer most famous for his membership in the Korean all-male vocal group Got7, as well as his appearance in the Korean reality series Roommate. He's also known for his solo work and as a TV host.
Before becoming an entertainer, he won the grand prize at the Asian Junior and Cadet Fencing Championship. He signed with the JYP Entertainment talent training program in the summer of 2011.
He was a sabre fencer for Hong Kong's fencing team and ranked 11th in the 2010 Youth Olympics.
A native of Hong Kong, he was born to athlete parents. His mother, Zhou Ping, won the gold medal at the 1982 World Gymnastics Championships, and his father, Wang Rui-ji, won the 1978 Asian Games and coached Hong Kong's national fencing team.
He and Im Jae Bum, a.k.a. JB, both rose to fame as members of Got7.
Information related to Jackson Wang
- Fencers at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics
- Weekly Idol members
- Hong Kong male fencers
- Got7 members
- Chinese K-pop singers
- Korean-language singers of China
- 21st-century Hong Kong singers
- Hong Kong expatriates in South Korea
- Hong Kong sabre fencers
- Hong Kong television presenters
- JYP Entertainment artists
- Hong Kong male singers
- Hong Kong male television actors
- Hong Kong male film actors
- K-pop singers