Stray Kids‘ production team, 3RACHA, has worked together since before Stray Kids’ debut in 2017. The team, comprised of Bang Chan, Changbin, and Han, is responsible for almost all of Stray Kids’ discography, and their creative genius is undeniable.
In a recent episode of Stray Kids’ current YouTube series, “2 Kids Room,” two of the members of 3RACHA, Bang Chan and Changbin, were paired up to talk to each other.
But in addition to what the two friends had to say to each other, Han also contributed a lot of information about Bang Chan and Changbin’s relationship, especially when it comes to their dynamics in 3RACHA.
Han first explains that the work dynamic between the three of them is with Bang Chan and Changbin both occupying roles of “sun.”
And, while Hyunjin jokingly asks Han if that means he’s the shade…
Han clarifies that he’s “like the hardworking ant below them.”
According to Han, the two suns differ in terms of their skillsets. Changbin “has the gift of genius.”
Which Han quickly clarifies that he isn’t exaggerating; he believes Changbin “has an innate talent.”
And meanwhile, “Bang Chan oversees everything and organizes it.”
Han even elaborates to share that while he does feel like he can easily rely on the other two members of 3RACHA…
Bang Chan and Changbin often have conflicting opinions. And while the two of them take their time to think over the possibilities…
Han takes it upon himself to try and make two versions of the song they’re working on to let Bang Chan and Changbin hear what their different opinions sound like. Giving them an easier time in deciding which direction they should move in.
And Bang Chan and Changbin even jokingly confirm their opposite personalities for creating music as Bang Chan explains that while his MBTI is ENFJ, when working with Changbin, whose MBTI is ESFP, his J often switches to P.
The J, judging, and P, perceiving, in MBTI show two opposite personalities. “Judging” focuses on making decisions based on logical factors, while “perceiving” focuses on making decisions based on intuition and instinct.
Which, Changbin points out, it makes sense to be more based on intuition for music since inspiration doesn’t hit at a planned time or in an expected way.
But, clearly, even though 3RACHA’s “two suns” can often have opposite opinions, it only increases the quality of their music.
You can read more about Stray Kids’ MBTI types here.
You can read more about 3RACHA’s personalities here.