Big Marvel Bio

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Birthday: February 19, 1994

Nationality: South Korean

Age: 26 Years, 26 Year Old Males

Sun Sign: Aquarius

Also Known As: Hwang Myung-Hoon

Famous as: YouTuber

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“Big Marvel” is the online pseudonym of Hwang Myung-Hoon, a South Korean ''YouTuber,'' best known for his unique way of using rubber toys for making cover versions of popular songs. His videos have earned a massive fan base on social media. He uses the squeaky sound of rubber toys in place of the lyrics of the songs to make parodies. Popularly known as the "chicken oppa" (a Korean word meaning “an elder you respect”), Big Marvel is equally skilful in beatboxing and playing the flute. Big Marvel charms the world with the most unexpected instruments, such as a calculator, to create cover versions of popular Western and K-pop songs. Some of his most popular covers are those of Alan Walker's 'Faded,' Camila Cabello's 'Havana,' and Luis Fonsi's 'Despacito.' Big Marvel has composed a few original songs, too. The combination of Big Marvel's deadpan face and the cringey squeaking chicken is his signature style. His songs are so hilarious to watch that it takes his videos to a new level of comedy altogether. His ultimate dream is to make great music and hit the ‘Billboard’ charts.
Rise to Fame
Big Marvel took his unique talent to social media with his 'YouTube' channel, 'Lil Marvel릴마블,' which he launched in January 2014. He initially launched the channel using the username 'StimMercy' but changed it later. He started the channel primarily for vlogging, and a few of his introductory videos consist of vlogs and pranks. Meanwhile, he took a break from creating content for the channel and focused on his second channel, 'Big Marvel,' which was launched in 2017. The introductory videos on the channel are flute covers of popular tracks. Subsequently, he began using calculators, keyboard players, and sometimes a combination of both to create covers of songs. In his later videos, He has been seen using wine glasses as instruments. Since his first upload, Big Marvel has earned millions of views. His first rubber chicken video was 'BTS (방탄소년단) 'DNA' Chicken Cover,' published in November 2017, which has been viewed by over 4.6 million 'YouTube' users. Two of the most popular videos on 'Big Marvel' are '1$ guitar Vs 1000$ guitar' (31 million views) and ‘Alan Walker - Faded 'Chicken Band Ver' Cover by Big marvel’ (73 million views). Apart from covering songs using rubber toys and other quirky objects, Big Marvel creates challenge, pranks, and vlogs for his channel. He currently has over 6.8 million subscribers on 'Big Marvel,' while he has over a million subscribers on 'Lil Marvel.'
Apart from using a squeaky rubber chicken, Big Marvel also uses pig, duck, and cat keyboards. He also uses paper launch pads and flute beatboxing in his videos. He stormed the internet toward the end of 2017, when he released the cover of girl group 'Twice's hit 'Heart Shaker.' It won over a million views. Big Marvel has created a few original songs, too, such as 'The End,' 'Call Me Boss' (with the iconic lyrics 'Call me boss boss boss boss boss boss'), and 'Twilight.'
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Family & Personal Life
Big Marvel was born on February 19, 1994, in South Korea. His real name is Hwang Myung-Hoon. He started attending English classes in middle school. He is also known as “Lil Marvel.” Big Marvel has featured his mother in a few of his prank videos.
Big Marvel is close friends with ''YouTuber'' Edward Avila, LAYSHA, and Coco of 'CocoSori.' A tattoo lover, he has several designs inked all over his body. His favorite 'BTS' member is V. Big Marvel is a huge anime fan. If he could live anywhere in the world, he would prefer to live in Las Vegas.

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