Update: Here Is The Final Batch Of “Produce 48” Contestants

Here are the contestants of “Produce 48.”

“Produce 48” is a collaboration between the “Produce 101” series and Japan’s AKB48 system. Female trainees from both Korea and Japan will compete to become part of the final group.

The contestants are being revealed in small groups. This article will be updated as they are revealed. Navigate to the next page for more contestants.

Hosted by Lee Seung Gi, the show will premiere on June 15 at 11 p.m. KST.

Check out the first performance of their theme song “Pick Me (Naekkeoya)” here!

Updated May 16 KST:

“Produce 48” has released the last batch of profiles!

Kim Da Yeon (CNC)

– Birth year: 2003

– Training period: Eight months

Kim Yoo Bin (CNC)

– Birth year: 2002

– Training period: One year

Yoon Eun Bin (CNC)

– Birth year: 2004

– Training period: 11 months

Lee Yoo Jung (CNC)

– Birth year: 2004

– Training period: Six months

Hong Ye Ji (CNC)

– Birth year: 2002

– Training period: 11 months

Han Cho Won (Cube)

– Birth year: 2002

– Training period: One year and 10 months

Ahn Ye Won (YGKPLUS)

– Birth year: 2001

– Training period: Four months

Choi Yeon Soo (YGKPLUS)

– Birth year: 1999

– Training period: Four months

Park Seo Young (Independent Trainee)

– Birth year: 1999

– Training period: Eight years

Park Jinny (Independent Trainee)

– Birth year: 1998

– Training period: Five years

An Yu Jin (Starship)

– Birth year: 2003

– Training period: One year and four months

Chang Yuan Ying (Starship)

– Birth year: 2004

– Training period: One year and two months

Jo Ka Hyun (Starship)

– Birth year: 2003

– Training period: One year and eight months

Yamada Noe (NGT48)

– Birth year: 1999

– Training period: Two years and 11 months

Hasegawa Rena (NGT48)

– Birth year: 2001

– Training period: Two years and 11 months

Updated May 15 KST:

The next profiles for “Produce 48” have been revealed!

Park Hae Yoon (FNC Entertainment)

– Birth year: 1996

– Training period: Three years and 10 months

Cho Ah Yeong (FNC Entertainment)

– Birth year: 2001

– Training period: One year and seven months

Lee Ha Eun (MNH Entertainment)

– Birth year: 2004

– Training period: Two years and four months

Na Go Eun (RBW)

– Birth year: 1999

– Training period: One year

Park Ji Eun (RBW)

– Birth year: 1997

– Training period: Four years and one month

Son Eun Chae (Million Market)

– Birth year: 1999

– Training period: Six months

Cho Sa Rang (Million Market)

– Birth year: 2003

– Training period: Six months

Kim Na Young (Banana Culture Entertainment)

– Birth year: 2002

– Training period: One year and seven months

Kim Da Hye (Banana Culture Entertainment)

– Birth year: 2002

– Training period: One year and one month

Bae Eun Young (Stone Music Entertainment)

– Birth year: 1997

– Training period: Nine months

Lee Si An (Stone Music Entertainment)

– Birth year: 1999

– Training period: Nine months

Jang Gyu Ri (Stone Music Entertainment)

– Birth year: 1997

– Training period: Nine months

Jo Yu Ri (Stone Music Entertainment)

– Birth year: 2001

– Training period: Nine months

Kim Min Ju (Urban Works Entertainment)

– Birth year: 2001

– Training period: Two years and 10 months

Kang Da Min (Wellmade Yedang)

– Birth year: 2004

– Training period: 11 months

Hwang So Yeon (Wellmade Yedang)

– Birth year: 2000

– Training period: One year

Updated May 14 KST:

The next set of “Produce 48” profiles have been revealed!

Check out the next seven trainees from Korean companies and 11 trainees from Japan:

Kim Min Seo (HOW Entertainment)

– Birth year: 2002

– Training period: Seven months

Wang Ke (HOW Entertainment)

– Birth year: 2000

– Training period: Eight months

Yu Min Young (HOW Entertainment)

– Birth year: 2000

– Training period: Six months

Kim Si Hyeon (Yuehua Entertainment)

– Birth year: 1999

– Training period: Two years and two months

Choi Ye Na (Yuehua Entertainment)

– Birth year: 1999

– Training period: Three years and five months

Wang Yi Ren (Yuehua Entertainment)

– Birth year: 2000

– Training period: One year and four months

Alex Christine (ZB Label)

– Birth year: 1996

– Training period: Two years and 11 months

Matsui Jurina (SKE48)

– Birth year: 1997

– Training period: Nine years and 11 months

Asai Yuka (SKE48)

– Birth year: 2003

– Training period: Three years and three months

Matsuoka Natsumi (HKT48)

– Birth year: 1996

– Training period: Six years and 11 months

Motomura Aoi (HKT48)

– Birth year: 1997

– Training period: Six years and 11 months

Murakawa Bibian (HKT48)

– Birth year: 1999

– Training period: Three years and one month

Miyawaki Sakura (HKT48)

– Birth year: 1998

– Training period: Six years and 11 months

Aramaki Misaki (HKT48)

– Birth year: 2001

– Training period: Four years and 10 months

Yabuki Nako (HKT48)

– Birth year: 2001

– Training period: Four years and 10 months

Imada Mina (HKT48)

– Birth year: 1997

– Training period: Six years and 11 months

Tsukiashi Amane (HKT48)

– Birth year: 1999

– Training period: One year and 11 months

Kurihara Sae (HKT48)

– Birth year: 1996

– Training period: Four years and 10 months

Tanaka Miku (HKT48)

– Birth year: 2001

– Training period: Four years and 10 months

Updated May 13 KST:

The third batch of contestants for “Produce 48” have been revealed!

Check out the next eight Korean contestants and six Japanese contestants below:

Kim Cho Yeon (A Team)

– Birth year: 2001

– Training period: One year and six months

Won Seo Yeon (MMO Entertainment)

– Birth year: 2000

– Training period: Seven months

Park Min Ji (MND17)

– Birth year: 1999

– Training period: Two years and four months

Park Chan Ju (MND17)

– Birth year: 1999

– Training period: Two years and one month

Lee Chae Jeong (MND17)

– Birth year: 1999

– Training period: Three years and six months

Kim Do Ah (FENT)

– Birth year: 2003

– Training period: One year and two months

Kim Hyun Ah (Collazoo Company)

– Birth year: 1995

– Training period: Five years and six months

Shin Su Hyun (FAVE Entertainment)

– Birth year: 1996

– Training period: 11 months

Naiki Kokoro (NMB48)

– Birth year: 1997

– Training period: Four years and seven months

Murase Sae (NMB48)

– Birth year: 1997

– Training period: Seven years and one month

Shiroma Miru (NMB48)

– Birth year: 1997

– Training period: Seven years and nine months

Umeyama Cocoma (NMB48)

– Birth year: 2003

– Training period: Two years

Uemura Azusa (NMB48)

– Birth year: 1999

– Training period: Three years and four months

Kato Yuuka (NMB48)

– Birth year: 1997

– Training period: Six years and six months

Updated May 12 KST:

The second batch of contestants has been revealed for “Produce 48”!

After introducing 13 Korean trainees yesterday, Mnet has shared profiles of 19 Japanese contestants this time.

Meet the AKB48 ladies below!

Goto Moe (AKB48)

– Birth year: 2001

– Training period: Four years and seven months

Nagano Serika (AKB48)

– Birth year: 2001

– Training period: Four years and two months

Nakano Ikumi (AKB48)

– Birth year: 2000

– Training period: Four years and two months

Nakanishi Chiyori (AKB48)

– Birth year: 1995

– Training period: Six years and 11 months

Mogi Shinobu (AKB48)

– Birth year: 1997

– Training period: Six years and nine months

Muto Tomu (AKB48)

– Birth year: 1994

– Training period: Seven years and four months

Miyazaki Miho (AKB48)

– Birth year: 1993

– Training period: 10 years and eight months

Sato Minami (AKB48)

– Birth year: 2003

– Training period: One year and eight months

Shinozaki Ayana (AKB48)

– Birth year: 1996

– Training period: Six years and nine months

Shitao Miu (AKB48)

– Birth year: 2001

– Training period: Four years and two months

Asai Nanami (AKB48)

– Birth year: 2000

– Training period: One year and eight months

Oda Erina (AKB48)

– Birth year: 1997

– Training period: Four years and two months

Iwatate Saho (AKB48)

– Birth year: 1994

– Training period: Six years and nine months

Ichikawa Manami (AKB48)

– Birth year: 1999

– Training period: Five years and five months

Chiba Erii (AKB48)

– Birth year: 2003

– Training period: Three years and one month

Kojima Mako (AKB48)

– Birth year: 1997

– Training period: Six years

Takahashi Juri (AKB48)

– Birth year: 1997

– Training period: Seven years and four months

Takeuchi Miyu (AKB48)

– Birth year: 1996

– Training period: Eight years and nine months

Honda Hitomi (AKB48)

– Birth year: 2001

– Training period: Four years and two months

May 11 KST

Mnet has revealed the first batch of contestants for “Produce 48”!

On May 11, Mnet shared official profile photos of 13 trainees from various agencies, including Pledis Entertainment, Woollim Entertainment, 8D Creative, Blockberry Creative, Music Works, and WM Entertainment.

Meet the first 13 contestants below!

Heo Yoon Jin (Pledis Entertainment)

– Birth year: 2001

– Training period: Six months

Lee Kaeun (Pledis Entertainment)

– Birth year: 1994

– Training period: Six years and 11 months

Kim Chae Won (Woollim Entertainment)

– Birth year: 2000

– Training period: 11 months

Kim Soo Yoon (Woollim Entertainment)

– Birth year: 2001

– Training period: Nine months

Kim So Hee (Woollim Entertainment)

– Birth year: 2003

– Training period: Eight months

Kwon Eun Bi (Woollim Entertainment)

– Birth year: 1995

– Training period: Five years and six months

Kang Hye Won (8D Creative)

– Birth year: 1999

– Training period: Nine months

Go Yoo Jin (Blockberry Creative)

– Birth year: 2000

– Training period: Two years and eight months

Choi So Eun (Music Works)

– Birth year: 2001

– Training period: 10 months

Yoon Hae Sol (Music Works)

– Birth year: 1997

– Training period: Three years and four months

Jo Young In (WM Entertaiment)

– Birth year: 2001

– Training period: 10 months

Lee Chae Yeon (WM Entertainment)

– Birth year: 2000

– Training period: Four years and one month

Lee Seung Hyun (WM Entertainment)

– Birth year: 2001

– Training period: Two years and five months

“Produce 48” is a collaboration between the “Produce 101” series and Japan’s AKB48 system. Female trainees from both Korea and Japan will compete to become part of the final group.

Hosted by Lee Seung Gi, the show will premiere on June 15 at 11 p.m. KST.

Check out the first performance of their theme song “Pick Me (Naekkeoya)” here!