Nct 127 comeback 2021

nct 127 comeback 2021

• Mark • Renjun • Jeno • Haechan • Jaemin • Chenle • Jisung Website SNS Related Wikis NCT Wiki • SMTown Wiki NCT Dream is the third sub-unit of NCT. The group is consisted of seven members that debuted with an average age of 15.6.

They debuted on August 25, 2016 with the digital single " Chewing Gum". Contents • 1 History • 1.1 2016: Debut with "Chewing Gum" and End of the Year award shows • 1.2 2017: "The First", "Trigger the Fever", We Young and "Joy" • 1.3 2018: We Go Up, "Candle Light", Return of Jaemin and Mark's graduation • 1.4 2019: "Don't Need Your Love", "Fireflies" and We Boom • 1.5 2020: The Dream, Reload, and reorganization • 1.6 2021: Hot Sauce and Hello Future • 1.7 2022: Glitch Mode, Beatbox • 2 Members • 3 Discography • 3.1 Korean • 3.1.1 Studio albums • 3.1.2 Live albums • 3.1.3 Mini albums • 3.1.4 Single albums • 3.1.5 Digital singles • 3.1.6 Promotional singles • 3.1.7 Remix singles • 3.1.8 Collaborations • 3.2 English • 3.2.1 Collaborations • 3.2.2 Features • 3.3 Japanese • 3.3.1 Nct 127 comeback 2021 albums • 4 Concerts nct 127 comeback 2021 4.1 Tours • 4.2 Fanmeetings • 4.3 Concert Participation • 5 Endorsements • 6 Trivia • 7 Gallery • 8 References • 9 Official links History 2016: Debut with "Chewing Gum" and End of the Year award shows Promo photo for " Chewing Gum".

On August 19, SM Entertainment shared a teaser photo of Jisung and Chenle introducing the debut of the third NCT sub-unit, NCT Dream, and the single " Chewing Gum". The next day, Jeno and Haechan were introduced into the group with their "Chewing Gum" teaser photos. On August 21, Mark and Renjun's teaser photos had been released. On the following day the final member, Jaemin, was introduced. [1] The music video for "Chewing Gum" was released on August 24 with two versions: Korean and Chinese.

[2] The group then debuted on August 25 with the single "Chewing Gum" on their M Countdown stage. [3] During promotions, the group was often seen on the encore stages of fellow label mates like EXO and Red Velvet. [4] On October 7, a performance video of NCT Dream on hoverboards for the song "Chewing Gum" was released. [5] On November 17, it was confirmed the group would be attending the 2016 Mnet Asian Music Awards in Hong Kong.

[6] It was also announced that Jaemin was to be absent from the 2016 MAMA as he was getting medical treatment. [7] On December 2, during the 2016 MAMA, NCT Dream had performed "Chewing Gum" on the red carpet. On the main stage, the group had performed with the other subunits of NCT for the song "Black on Black".

[8] NCT Dream also performed "Chewing Gum" at the 2016 KBS Song Festival along with being apart of the collaboration stage with other groups for the song "Baby" by Justin Bieber. [9] 2017: "The First", "Trigger the Fever", We Young and "Joy" Promo photo for " The First". On February 2, it was announced by SM Entertainment that NCT Dream will be coming back with their first single album. [10] Individual teaser photos were then released on February 3 to February 7 in the following order: Chenle, [11] Jisung, [12] Renjun, [13] Jeno, [14] Haechan, and Mark.

[15] SM Entertainment released a statement that Jaemin will not be participating in the comeback as he was getting treatment for his herniated disc. [16] The lyrics of the song was to describe wanting your first love to be your last. In addition, the choreographer of the song was Tony Testa, who had choreographed other songs as well. [17] The music video teasers for both the Korean and Chinese version of the song "My First and Last" was then released on February 7 at 11pm KST.

The second music video teaser was released the next day. [18] On February 9 at midnight KST, the two music videos for "My First and Last" was released along with the single album " The First". [19] The single album had grabbed many top spots in different weekly music charts such as Hanteo and Hottracks. [20] On February 11, two performance videos for "My First and Last" was released in Korean and Chinese. [21] The group took their first ever win on The Show's 100th episode on February 14 with their song "My First and Last".

[22] They took many more wins after that for the title track "My First and Last". On February 15, it was announced that NCT Dream will become the FIFA U-20 World Cup Korea Republic 2017 LOC ambassadors. [23] On March 15, NCT Dream released a promotional single called " Trigger the Fever". The single was the official song for the 2017 FIFA U-20 World Cup.

[24] Promo photo for We Young (NCT Dream). On August 9, NCT Dream shared teaser photos of Mark along with a teaser clip. [25] It was revealed that they will release their first mini album titled We Young on August 17. Following Mark, the rest of the teaser photos and individual clips were released from August 10 to August 14 in the following order: Chenle, [26] Jisung, [27] Haechan, [28] Renjun, [29] and Jeno.

[30] Although he did not participate in this comeback, Jaemin posted a photo on the NCT website thanking them for wishing him on his birthday and asked us to give the upcoming comeback lots of love. [31] Group photos for "We Young" were released on August 15 while the music video teasers for both the Korean and Chinese version were released on August 16, along with the track list.

[32] [33] The music video for the title track "We Young" were released on August 17. [34] During promotions, they released a dance practice video on August 26. [35] The mini album included the promotional single " Trigger the Fever". A special video for the song "My Page" from the mini album was released on September 7 displaying moments of them during "We Young" promotions. [36] Promo photo for " Joy" On December 10, SM Entertainment revealed that NCT Dream will be releasing a STATION track that is Christmas themed called "Joy".

[37] The next day, photos of the members were revealed along with two separate interview clips from Mark and Jisung. [37] A second batch of photos were released on December 12 for each member along with Renjun's and Chenle's interview clips. [37] The final batch of photos were released the next day along with the interview clips from Jeno and Haechan.

[37] A teaser for the music video was then released on December 14. [37] The music video for the SM Station was then released on December 15. [38] The members of NCT Dream celebrated by holding a Christmas V Live broadcast, where they talk about the filming process along with how Mark had contributed to the lyrics. [39] 2018: We Go Up, "Candle Light", Return of Jaemin and Mark's graduation During the month of March and April, NCT Dream participated in the making of the album NCT 2018 Empathy and released the song "Go".

It was the first comeback with Jaemin after his break due to his herniated disc. [40] Promo photo for We Go Up. On August 16, a group teaser photo for the mini album We Go Up was released. It was announced that the comeback will be made on September 3.

[41] Another group teaser was released on August 19 with the promotion schedule being released on August 22. [41] A video called "Dream Ceremony" was released on August 23, introducing NCT Dream. [41] On August 25, a video called "Dear Dream" was released containing clips of the members, along with lyric spoilers.

[41] Individual clips similar nct 127 comeback 2021 the ones in "Dear Dream" were released on August 26. [41] A new teaser photo and video called "We Go Up!" was released on August 27. [41] On August 28, the individual teaser photos of the members were released. [41] The music video teaser for "We Go Up" was posted on August 29. [41] The music video for the title track "We Go Up" was released on August 30, along with a performance video of the Chinese version being uploaded on September 6.

[42] To celebrate their comeback, they held a V Live broadcast where they shared memories about the making of the album. [43] Nct 127 comeback 2021 photo for " Candle Light".

On December 17, the STATION account shared that NCT Dream would be releasing a nct 127 comeback 2021 track called " Candle Light" on December 27 through two teaser videos.

[44] On December 19 and 20, two group teaser photo were released one after the other. [44] Individual photos were released on December 21 along with more teaser photos individually, in pairs, and one of the entire group. [44] A behind the scenes video was also released on the same day.

[44] On December 24, individual teaser videos of the members were released where they introduce themselves and the song. [44] The music video and teaser were released on the same day at different times. [45] It was first confirmed on August 26 that Mark would be graduate from NCT Dream that year, along with the background behind nct 127 comeback 2021 song "Dear Dream". The song was to commemorate Mark's graduation with many members participating in the lyrics.

[46] On December 31, a video was released called "NCTzens Would Like This Too DREAM Ep. 4 (Mark Appreciation Award Ceremony)" as part of their series on YouTube and serves as a graduation ceremony for Mark. Although Haechan was not physically there, the members video called him to allow him to be apart of the ceremony.

nct 127 comeback 2021 2019: "Don't Need Your Love", "Fireflies" and We Boom Promo photo for " Don't Need Your Love" with HRVY. On May 30, a teaser video was released announcing the collaboration between English singer, HRVY and NCT Dream. [48] The cover image of the single was released on May 31. [48] From May 31 to June 5, individual photo teasers were then released of them in the following order: Jisung, Jeno, Renjun, Jaemin, Chenle, and HRVY.

[48] A group image was also released on June 5. [48] The music video was then released on June 6 as the thirteenth single in the third season STATION.

[49] NCT Dream was chosen to be the first global ambassador for the World Scout Foundation. [50] They then released "Fireflies" on July 15 as a special digital single in collaboration with the World Scout Foundation. [50] The song was sung in English and all of the profits were used as funds to support the scouts in low income countries.

[50] The song was performed for the first time at the opening ceremony of the 24th World Scout Jamboree on July 23 in Summit Bechtel Reserve, West Virginia. [51] A self filmed music video for the song was released on August 25 containing clips from the 24th World Scout Jamboree and the behind the scenes of their photo shoot for the song for their third year anniversary.

[52] Promo photo for We Boom. On July 16, a video clip was released containing the words "We Boom" and skulls, along with a date and time and a link to a website.

[53] A group teaser photo was released on July 17 and it was confirmed that they would be dropping their third mini album We Boom on July 26. [53] The physical album was to be released on July 29. [53] Individual teaser photos were first released for Jeno and Jaemin on July 17. [53] On July 18, individual teaser photos were released for Chenle and Jisung. [53] The following day, individual teaser photos were released for Renjun and Haechan. [53] A group teaser photo was released on July 20, along with new individual teaser photos for Jeno and Jaemin.

[53] New individual teaser photos were released for Chenle and Jisung and Renjun and Haechan on July 21 and July 22, respectively. [53] On July 23 and July 24, two teaser videos were released called "We Got That" and "We Like That".

[53] The teaser videos were released in triplets with Renjun, Jeno, and Jisung in "We Got That" and the Haechan, Jaemin, and Chenle in "We Like That". [53] Nct 127 comeback 2021 music video teaser for "Boom" was released on July 25 and the music video was released the next day. [53] [54] A vertical video for the song "Boom" was released on August 10. [54] To celebrate their third year anniversary, they released a dance practice for "Boom" in school uniforms. [52] It was announced on September 30, that NCT Dream will be holding their first concert called " The Dream Show" from November 16 to 17 in Seoul.

[55] 2020: The Dream, Reload, and reorganization On January 22, the unit released their first Japanese mini album, The Dream in commemoration of their tour, NCT Dream Tour "The Dream Show" - in Japan.

[56] On April 14, SM Entertainment announced that, following the release of NCT Dream's upcoming album titled Reload on April 29, the unit would no longer keep a graduation system and have an activity format similar to NCT U with graduated member Mark returning. [57] 2021: Hot Sauce and Hello Future On May 10, NCT Dream released their first full-length album Hot Sauce. [58] On June 28, they released a repackage album titled Hello Future.

[59] 2022: Glitch Mode, Beatbox On February 28, 2022 it was announced that the group will be releasing their second full length album, Glitch Mode, on March 28. [60] On May 9, a schedule poster revealed that NCT Dream will be releasing their second repackaged album, Beatbox on May nct 127 comeback 2021, 2022. [61] Members Name Position(s) Years active Mark (마크) Leader, Main Rapper, Main Dancer, Sub Vocalist 2016–2018 [46] 2020–present [57] Renjun (런쥔) Main Vocalist, Lead Dancer 2016–present Jeno (제노) Main Rapper, Lead Dancer, Sub Vocalist, Visual 2016–present Haechan (해찬) Main Vocalist 2016–present Jaemin (재민) Lead Dancer, Lead Rapper, Sub Vocalist, Visual 2016–present Chenle (천러) Main Vocalist 2016–present Jisung (지성) Main Dancer, Lead Rapper, Sub Vocalist, Maknae 2016–present Discography Korean Studio albums • Hot Sauce (2021) • Hello Future (repackage) (2021) • Glitch Mode (2022) • Beatbox (repackage) (2022) Live albums • The Dream Show (2020) Mini albums • We Young (2017) • We Go Up (2018) • We Boom (2019) • Reload (2020) Single albums • " The First" (2017) Digital singles • " Chewing Gum" (2016) • " Joy" (2017) • " Candle Light" (2018) Promotional singles • " Trigger the Fever" (2017) Remix singles • " iScreaM Vol.2 : Ridin' Remixes" (2020) • " iScreaM Vol.9 : Hot Sauce Remixes" (2021) Collaborations • " Don't Need Your Love" (with HRVY) (2019) English Collaborations • " Fireflies" (2019) Features • PRETTYMUCH - "Up to You" (2019) Japanese Mini albums • The Dream (2020) Concerts • NCT Dream Show (2018) • NCT Dream - Beyond the Dream Show (2020) • NCT Dream "Dream Stage : Glitch Mode" (2022) Tours • NCT Dream Tour "The Dream Show" (2019–2020) Fanmeetings • Beyond LIVE – NCT Dream Online Fanmeeting 'Hot!

Summer Dream' (2021) Concert Participation • SMTOWN Live World Tour VI (2017-2018) • Beyond LIVE - 2020 K-Pop x K-Art Concert Super KPA (2020) • Beyond LIVE - NCT : Resonance 'Global Wave' (2020) • SMTOWN Live "Culture Humanity" (2021) • SMTOWN Live 2022 : SMCU Nct 127 comeback 2021 (2022) Endorsements • FIFA World Cup Korea (2017) • Candy Lab (2020-present) • SOMETHINC Indonesia (2022-present) • Lemonilo (2022-present) Trivia • Haechan and Mark are members of NCT 127.

• They are also the only members to be in all three sub-units as they appeared in NCT U. • Mark originally graduated nct 127 comeback 2021 NCT Dream on December 31, 2018, [46] [47] before it was confirmed on April 14, 2020 that he would return following the unit's comeback for Reload. [57] Gallery Main article: NCT Dream/Gallery References • ↑ Soompi: NCT Reveals Final Member Of NCT DREAM • ↑ Soompi: NCT Dream Debuts With A Burst Of Youthful Energy In "Chewing Gum" MV • ↑ Soompi: EXO Takes 1st Win For "Lotto" On M!Countdown, Performances By VIXX, NCT Dream, And More • ↑ Soompi: EXO Gets 2nd Win For "Lotto" Soompi: On Music Bank, Performances By VIXX, NCT DREAM, Triple T, And More • ↑ Soompi: NCT Dream Shows Off Impressive Hoverboarding Skills In "Chewing Gum" Performance Video • ↑ Soompi: SEVENTEEN, GFRIEND, And More Confirmed To Attend 2016 Mnet Asian Music Awards • ↑ Soompi: NCT DREAM's Jaemin To Be Absent From 2016 MAMA Due To Health Issue • ↑ Soompi: The Epic Performances From The 2016 Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA) • ↑ Soompi: BTS, EXO, SHINee, TWICE, GOT7, GFRIEND, And Many More Perform At 2016 KBS Song Festival • ↑ Soompi: NCT Dream Announces Comeback With 1st Single Album • ↑ Soompi: NCT Dream Shares Adorable New Teaser Photos, Featuring Member Chenle • ↑ Soompi: NCT Dream’s Jisung Is Ready To Rock On In New Teaser Images • ↑ Soompi: NCT Dream’s Renjun Features In New Teaser Photos For “My First And Last” • ↑ Soompi: NCT Dream Shares Jeno’s Teaser Images For Comeback With “My First And Last” • ↑ Soompi: NCT Dream Shares Haechan And Mark’s Teaser Photos For “My First And Last” • ↑ AllKpop: SM Entertainment explains why Jaemin won't be participating in NCT Dream's comeback • ↑ Soompi: NCT Dream Releases Title Track Details And Latest Group Teaser For “The First” • ↑ Soompi: Update: NCT Dream Reveals Adorable 2nd Teaser Video For “My First And Last” MV • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT Dream Rules The School In “My First And Last” MV • ↑ Soompi: Nct 127 comeback 2021 Dream Fires Up Music Charts With “The First” • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT Dream Drops Energetic And Fun Performance Video For “My First And Last” • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT Dream Takes 1st Ever Win With “My First And Last” On “The Show,” Performances By NCT 127, SF9, And More • ↑ Nct 127 comeback 2021 NCT DREAM appointed FIFA U-20 World Cup Korea Republic 2017 LOC ambassadors • ↑ FIFA: 코리아 2017 대회 오피셜송 ‘Trigger the Fever’ 공개 • ↑ Soompi: Update: NCT Dream Announces Release Date For 1st Mini Album “We Young” • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT Dream’s Chenle Features In Summery Teasers For “We Young” • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT Dream Shares Jisung’s Teasers For “We Young” • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT Dream’s Haechan Features In New Teasers For “We Young” • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT Dream Shares “We Young” Teasers For Renjun • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT Dream’s Jeno Features In Teasers For “We Young” • ↑ Soompi: NCT Dream’s Jaemin Shares Photo Of Himself And Updates Fans On His Condition • ↑ Soompi: NCT Dream Shares Fun Group Photos For Mini Album “We Young” • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT Dream Shares Fun Teaser For “We Young” MV • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT Dream Sings “We Young” In New MV • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT Dream Wows Fans With Dance Practice Video For “We Young” • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT Dream Surprises Fans With Special MV For “My Page” • ↑ 37.0 37.1 37.2 37.3 37.4 Soompi: Update: NCT Dream Snuggles Up With Bunnies For A Christmas Nap In Teaser For SM STATION “Joy” MV • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT Dream Spreads Holiday “Joy” With New SM Station MV • ↑ Soompi: NCT Dream Talks About Mark’s Lyrical Contribution + Why Jisung Was Scared During Their “Joy” MV • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT Dream Unveils New Teasers For “Go” • ↑ 41.0 41.1 41.2 41.3 41.4 41.5 41.6 41.7 Soompi: Update: NCT Dream Gives Another Look At “We Go Up” Concept Ahead Of MV Release Today • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT Dream Returns With Energetic MV For “We Go Up” • ↑ Soompi: NCT Dream Tells Stories From Their “We Go Up” Comeback • ↑ 44.0 44.1 44.2 44.3 44.4 Soompi: Update: NCT Dream Transforms Into Film Crew In Nostalgic “Candle Light” MV Teaser • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT Dream Brings Warmth To Winter With “Candle Light” MV • ↑ 46.0 46.1 nct 127 comeback 2021 Soompi: Mark Confirmed To Graduate From NCT Dream This Year • ↑ 47.0 47.1 Soompi: NCT Dream Holds A Fun Graduation Ceremony For Mark • ↑ 48.0 48.1 48.2 48.3 Soompi: Update: SM STATION Shares New Teasers For NCT Dream And HRVY’s Collaboration • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT Dream And HRVY Say They “Don’t Need Your Love” In MV For SM STATION Collaboration • ↑ 50.0 50.1 50.2 Soompi: NCT Dream Appointed As Global Ambassador Of World Nct 127 comeback 2021 Foundation + To Release Special Track • ↑ @SMTOWN on Twitter: 23일 미국 웨스트버지니아에서 펼쳐지는 세계 최대 규모 청소년 축제 ‘세계 스카우트 잼버리대회' 24회 개막식을 빛낼 NCT DREAM의 무대도 기대 많이 해주세요!

#NCT #NCTDREAM #WorldScoutFoundation #Fireflies • ↑ 52.0 52.1 Soompi: Update: NCT Dream Gifts Fans With Bright And Cheerful “Fireflies” MV For 3rd Anniversary • ↑ 53.00 53.01 53.02 53.03 53.04 53.05 53.06 53.07 53.08 53.09 53.10 Soompi: Update: NCT Dream Shares Spellbinding MV Teaser For “Boom” Comeback • ↑ 54.0 54.1 Soompi: Watch: NCT Dream Releases New Vertical Video Of “Boom” • ↑ Soompi: NCT Dream To Hold 1st Solo Concert “The Dream Show” • ↑ SM Entertainment: 'Best Teenager team' NCT DREAM 's 1st Japanese mini album 'THE DREAM' tops the Oricon Daily Chart • ↑ 57.0 57.1 57.2 Soompi: NCT Dream Announces Comeback + Plans For Future Activities Including Mark • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT DREAM Makes Fiery 7-Member Comeback With “Hot Sauce” MV • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT DREAM Says “Hello Future” In Colorful MV For Energetic Comeback • ↑ @NCTsmtown_dream on Twitter (February 28, 2022) • ↑ @NCTsmtown_DREAM on Twitter (May 9, 2022) Official links • Website • Facebook • Instagram • Twitter • V Live • YouTube Han Dongjoon • Kim Kwangjin • Nct 127 comeback 2021 Nara • Rose • Kang Jung Woo • Iconiq • Han Geng • Hero Jaejoong • Xiah Junsu • Micky Yoochun • Kim Isak • Kris • Luhan • Tao • Kim Kibum • Jessica • Stephanie • Zhang Liyin • Jonghyun • Henry • Jungmo • Jay • Tiffany • Sooyoung • Seohyun • Amber • Victoria • Luna • Sulli • Kangin • Dana • Lay Christmas in SMTOWN.com • Winter Vacation in SMTOWN.com • Winter Vacation in SMTOWN.com - Angel Eyes • 2002 Summer Vacation in SMTOWN.com • 2002 Winter Vacation in SMTOWN.com - My Angel My Light • 2003 Summer Vacation in SMTOWN.com • 2003 Winter Vacation in SMTOWN.com • 2004 Summer Vacation in SMTOWN.com • '06 Summer SMTOWN • 06 Winter SMTOWN • 2007 Summer SMTOWN • 07 Winter SMTOWN • 2011 Winter SMTOWN 'The Warmest Gift' • 2021 Winter SMTOWN : SMCU Express Digital singles [ editar datos en Wikidata] NCT (en hangul, 엔시티; romanización revisada del coreano, Enssiti) es una boy band multinacional formada por S.M.

Entertainment en 2016. [1 ]​ [2 ]​ Su nombre proviene de Neo Culture Technology, un término acuñado por el fundador de S.M., Lee Soo-man, quien describió así el concepto del grupo, al tener un número ilimitado de miembros [3 ]​ [4 ]​ [5 ]​ divididos en múltiples subunidades basadas en varias ciudades en todo el mundo.

[6 ]​ [7 ]​ NCT U, la primera subunidad del grupo, debutó en abril de 2016 con el lanzamiento de «The 7th Sense» y «Without You». [8 ]​ [9 ]​ NCT 127, la unidad basada en Seúl, debutó en julio del mismo año con el miniálbum homónimo. La tercera subunidad, NCT Dream, realizó su debut con la canción «Chewing Gum» en agosto de 2016. WayV, la cuarta y última unidad por el momento, debutó en enero de 2019. [10 ]​ La quinta subunidad, NCT Hollywood, será lanzada en 2022. [11 ]​ Índice • 1 Historia • 1.1 Pre-debut • 1.2 2016-17: Debut de las subunidades y rozando el éxito • 1.3 2018-2019: Nuevos lanzamientos y debut de WayV • 1.4 2020: Proyectos para NCT 127, reestructura de NCT Dream, nuevos miembros y NCT 2020 Resonance.

• 1.5 2021: Debut de una nueva unidad y NCT Hollywood • 2 Miembros • 3 Discografía • 3.1 Álbumes de estudio • 4 Filmografía • 4.1 Programas de televisión • 5 Premios y nominaciones • 6 Notas • 7 Referencias • 8 Enlaces externos Historia [ editar ] Pre-debut [ editar ] A excepción de Renjun y Chenle, todos los miembros de NCT formaron parte de SM Rookies, un grupo de pre-debut de aprendices creado por S.M. Entertainment. [12 nct 127 comeback 2021 En enero de 2016, el fundador de S.M.

Entertainment, Lee Soo-man, hizo una presentación en SM Coex Artium titulada SMTOWN: Neo Culture Technology 2016, hablando de los planes de la agencia para un nuevo grupo de chicos con su estrategia de «contenidos culturales», los cuales debutarían en diferentes equipos en diferentes países del mundo. [4 ]​ [5 ]​ [6 ]​ [13 ]​ 2016-17: Debut de las subunidades y rozando el éxito [ editar ] Artículos principales: NCT UNCT Dream nct 127 comeback 2021 NCT 127.

El 4 de abril de 2016, S.M. Entertainment anunció que la primera subunidad de NCT, NCT U, consistía de seis miembros: Taeil, Taeyong, Doyoung, Ten, Jaehyun y Mark. NCT U lanzó dos sencillos digitales, «The 7th Sense», publicado el 9 de abril, [14 ]​ y «Without You» que fue lanzado el 10 de abril en dos versiones (la versión coreana interpretada por Taeil, Doyoung y Jaehyun, y la china con Kun, miembro de SM Rookies en ese momento).

[15 ]​ El 9 de abril, NCT U hizo su primera aparición en vivo en NCT on Air, presentado por Heechul de Super Junior. El programa se transimitó en la aplicación V de Naver. [16 ]​ [17 ]​ En el mismo día, realizaron su primera presentación en China en 16th Music Feng Yun Bang Awards, [18 ]​ [19 ]​ junto con los dos miembros chinos, Kun y Winwin. El grupo realizó su debut en el programa musical Music Bank de KBS el 15 de abril [20 ]​ [21 ]​ y han aparecido posteriormente en las tres temporadas de NCT Life, con otros miembros de SM Rookies.

[22 ]​ El 1 de julio, SM Entertainment anunció la segunda unidad de NCT, NCT 127. El número «127» representa las coordenadas de longitud de Seúl. La unidad se compone de diez nct 127 comeback 2021, de los cuales 7 debutaron primero; estos son: Taeil, Taeyong, Yuta, Jaehyun, Mark, Haechan y Win Win. Hicieron su debut en el escenario de M! Countdown el 7 de julio de 2016 [23 ]​ interpretando «Fire Truck» y «Once Again» de su primer miniálbum.

El EP debut del grupo titulado NCT 127, fue nct 127 comeback 2021 digitalmente el 10 de julio y físicamente al siguiente día. [24 ]​ La tercera temporada de NCT Life, en la ciudad de Paju, cuenta con NCT 127 y se estrenó el 16 de julio de 2016. [25 ]​ El 29 de julio, la subunidad publicó «Taste The Feeling», para el proyecto SM Station en colaboración con Coca-Cola. [26 ]​ El 18 nct 127 comeback 2021 agosto, la compañía anunció el debut de la tercera subunidad, NCT Dream.

La unidad consiste de siete miembros: Mark, Renjun, Jeno, Haechan, Jaemin, Chenle, y Jisung. Su primer sencillo «Chewing Gum» fue lanzado el 24 de agosto y su debut se realizó en M! Countdown el 25 de agosto. El 27 de diciembre, NCT 127 anunció que volverían con la adición de dos miembros, Johnny y Doyoung.

[27 ]​ El 5 de enero nct 127 comeback 2021 2017, se lanzaron los vídeos musicales de «Limitless» y la unidad tuvo su regreso en M!

Countdown. [28 ]​ [29 ]​ Su segundo miniálbum, Limitless, se lanzó digitalmente el 6 de enero de 2017 y físicamente el 9 de enero de 2017. Limitless debutó en el puesto número uno en la lista de álbumes mundiales de Billboard. [30 ]​ «Limitless» fue nombrado por Dazed Digital como una de las mejores 20 canciones de K-pop de 2017. [31 ]​ El 1 de febrero de 2017, NCT Dream anunció que lanzarían su primer sencillo en CD, « The First», el 9 de febrero.

[32 ]​ SM Entertainment anunció que Jaemin no participaría en ese regreso debido a problemas de salud. [33 ]​ La unidad tuvo su regreso en M! Countdown, interpretando la canción principal «My First and Last» y el lado B «Dunk Shot».

[34 ]​ El 14 de junio de 2017, NCT 127 lanzó su tercer miniálbum, Cherry Bomb. [35 ]​ Aparecieron en M! Countdown, interpretando su canción principal «Cherry Bomb» y «0 Mile» de su álbum. [36 ]​ «Cherry Bomb» fue elegida por Billboard e Idolator como una de las mejores canciones de K-pop de 2017.

[37 ]​ [38 ]​ El 17 de agosto de 2017, NCT Dream lanzó su primer miniálbum We Young. [39 ]​ [40 ]​ La unidad regresó a los escenarios apareciendo en M! Countdown, e interpretó la canción principal del mismo nombre. [41 ]​ En diciembre de 2017, NCT Dream lanzó su primera canción navideña, «Joy». [42 ]​ 2018-2019: Nuevos lanzamientos y debut de WayV [ editar ] Artículo principal: WayV En enero de 2018, NCT U (Taeil, Doyoung y Jaehyun) lanzó el sencillo «Timeless» como parte del proyecto SM Station.

[43 ]​ A mediados de enero de 2018, se informó que NCT dio a conocer un «proyecto a gran escala» para el año, titulado NCT 2018. [44 ]​ El 30 de enero de 2018, la agencia del grupo lanzó un vídeo titulado «NCT 2018 Yearbook #1», con los miembros actuales en ese momento, y la adición de Kun, Lucas y Jungwoo con el regreso de Jaemin de su hiatus. [45 ]​ En febrero, NCT lanzó una serie de vídeos documentales en línea, titulados NCTmentary como parte de su proyecto.

[46 ]​ Se confirmó que todos los miembros participarían en el próximo álbum, y que contendría canciones de las subunidades de NCT, los vídeos musicales fueron lanzados antes de su regreso.

[47 ]​ El 13 de febrero, SM anunció que la primera parte de la serie NCT 2018 sería con el regreso de la unidad NCT U, integrado nct 127 comeback 2021 Taeyong, Doyoung, Jaehyun, Mark y los nuevos integrantes, Winwin, Lucas y Jungwoo. La unidad lanzó la canción «Boss» el 19 de febrero. [48 ]​ [49 ]​ El 26 de febrero, NCT U lanzó un segundo sencillo titulado «Baby Don't Stop», interpretado por Taeyong y Ten.

[50 ]​ El tercer vídeo musical, «Go», realizado por NCT Dream, fue lanzado el 4 de marzo. [51 ]​ El 14 de marzo, se publicó NCT 2018: Empathy, el primer álbum de estudio del grupo.

[52 ]​ El 3 de septiembre, NCT Dream lanzó su segundo EP, We Go Up y su sencillo homónimo. [53 ]​ SM confirmó que Mark dejaría NCT Dream después de completar las promociones del disco. [54 ]​ El 12 de octubre, NCT 127 lanzó su primer álbum de estudio, Regular-Irregular, con la adición de Jungwoo.

[55 ]​ [56 ]​ El 23 de noviembre, NCT 127 lanzó la reedición de Regular-Irregular, titulada Regulate [57 ]​ junto con la canción «Simon Says». [58 ]​ Fue anunciado que Winwin no participaría en este comeback para prepararse en debutar con WayV. [59 ]​ El 28 de diciembre, NCT Dream lanzó la canción «Candle Light» para SM Station. [60 ]​ El 31 de diciembre, SM Entertainment anunció la cuarta unidad de NCT, WayV.

La unidad tendrá su sede en China y consta de siete miembros: Kun, Winwin, Ten, Lucas, Hendery, Xiaojun y Yangyang. WayV está bajo la discográfica Label V, un sello chino que colabora con SM. La unidad debutó el 17 de enero de 2019. [61 ]​ [62 ]​ El 26 de enero de 2019, NCT 127 se embarcó en su primera gira, Neo City - The Origin, con fechas en Corea, Japón, Norteamérica y Europa.

[63 ]​ Durante la gira, lanzaron el sencillo "Wakey-Wakey" el 18 de marzo, el cual luego sería incluido en el primer álbum completo en japonés, Awaken, lanzado el 17 de abril. [64 ]​ Su cuarto EP, We Are Superhuman, fue lanzado el 24 de mayo con la pista principal "Superhuman". [65 ]​ El 9 de mayo, WayV lanzó su primer EP, Take Off, junto con su pista principal homónima "Take Off". [66 ]​ El 6 de junio, NCT Dream lanzó "Don't Need Your Love", una colaboración con HRVY.

Formó parte del proyecto SM Station Season 3. [67 ]​ El 26 de julio, NCT Dream lanzó su tercer EP, We Boom, y su pista principal "Boom". [68 ]​ El 29 de octubre, WayV lanzó su segundo EP, Take Over the Moon, con la pista principal "Moonwalk".

El 13 de diciembre, NCT U (consistiendo en Taeil, Doyoung, Jaehyun y Haechan) lanzó "Coming Home", como parte del proyecto SM Station Nct 127 comeback 2021. 2020: Proyectos para NCT 127, reestructura de NCT Dream, nuevos miembros y NCT 2020 Resonance. [ editar ] El 27 de enero, NCT 127 lanzó el video musical de "Dreams Come True", como un regalo a los fanáticos. El 6 de marzo, lanzó su segundo álbum de estudio Neo Zone, con nct 127 comeback 2021 pista principal "Kick It", siendo su tercer lanzamiento sin Winwin quien actualmente está promocionando en WayV.

Esto también marca el regreso de Jungwoo, quien estaba en hiatus por razones de salud. El 19 de mayo fue lanzada una reedición del álbum, Neo Zone: The Final Round, con la pista principal "Punch". [69 ]​ El 29 de abril, NCT Dream lanzó su cuarto EP Reload, con "Ridin'" como la pista principal. La alineación contó con Renjun, Jeno, Haechan, Jaemin, Chenle y Jisung.

Tras las promociones del álbum, eliminaron el concepto original en el cual los miembros se graduaban al cumplir 20 años en edad coreana (19 en edad internacional), y continuarán como siete miembros gracias al regreso del originalmente graduado miembro Mark. [70 ]​ En mayo de 2020, tres nct 127 comeback 2021 de NCT realizaron un concierto online, como parte de una serie de conciertos realizados de forma conjunta por SM Entertainment y Naver, gracias al primer servicio de streaming de conciertos de la historia, Beyond LIVE.

Los conciertos online de WayV, NCT Dream y NCT 127 fueron realizados el 3 de mayo, 10 de mayo y 17 de mayo respectivamente. [71 ]​ El 9 nct 127 comeback 2021 junio, WayV lanzó su primer álbum completo Awaken the World, con su pista principal "Turn Back Time". [72 ]​ En septiembre, NCT anunció su nuevo proyecto, NCT 2020, similar a NCT 2018, el cual combinó varias subunidades en un solo álbum, el cual sería lanzado en octubre de 2020.

[73 ]​ Su segundo álbum, NCT 2020 Resonance Pt.1, fue lanzado el 12 octubre, presentando las 4 unidades junto con 2 nuevos miembros, Shotaro y Sungchan, que se unirán a una nueva subunidad en el futuro. [74 ]​ Previo al lanzamiento del álbum, se anunció que NCT 2020 Resonance Pt. 1 acumuló más de 1,1 millones de preventas, convirtiéndolo en el primer álbum de NCT en vender un millón de copias sin contar reedciciones.

[75 ]​ NCT lanzó la segunda parte de su segundo álbum el 23 de noviembre, NCT 2020 Resonance Pt. 2. [76 ]​ El 4 de diciembre, NCT lanzó un nuevo sencillo llamado "Resonance", marcando el final de su segundo álbum. El sencilo combina "Make a Wish (Birthday Song)," "90's Love," "Work It" y "Raise the Roof" en una sola canción.

Presenta a los 23 miembros del proyecto NCT 2020. [77 ]​ 2021: Debut de una nueva unidad y NCT Hollywood [ editar ] En una entrevista con Star News el 13 de enero, Sungchan anunció que una nueva unidad debutará durante el año. [78 ]​ El 17 de febrero, NCT 127 lanzó su segundo EP japonés, Loveholic.

[79 ]​ El 10 de marzo, WayV lanzó su tercer EP, Kick Back, con la pista principal del mismo nombre. El 6 de mayo, se anunció que SM formó una alianza con Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer para reclutar chicos estadounidenses de entre 13 y 25 años para formar una unidad de NCT asentada en Estados Unidos, llamada NCT Hollywood, vía un show de supervivencia.

[80 ]​ El 10 de mayo, NCT Dream lanzó su primer álbum de estudio, Hot Sauce. Esto marcó el primer regreso del grupo como 7 miembros desde 2018.

El álbum superó más de 1,7 millones de preventas. [81 ]​ El 4 de junio, NCT 127 lanzó una colaboración con Amoeba Culture, consistiendo en un sencillo digital llamado "Save". [82 ]​ El 13 de noviembre de 2021 NCT anunció un comeback del grupo al completo, a excepción de Winwin y Lucas.

Será su tercer álbum de estudio, se llamará Universe y fue lanzado nct 127 comeback 2021 14 de diciembre. [83 ]​ Miembros [ editar ] Artículo principal: Anexo:Miembros de NCT Discografía [ editar ] Álbumes de estudio [ editar ] Lista de álbumes de estudio, con detalles selectos, posición en listas, ventas y certificaciones Título Detalles Posición más alta Ventas Certificaciones [A ]​ KOR [84 ]​ CAN [85 ]​ FRA Dig.

[86 ]​ JPN [87 ]​ JPN Hot [88 ]​ NLD [89 ]​ UK Down. [90 ]​ US [91 ]​ Nct 127 comeback 2021 Heat. [92 ]​ US World [93 ]​ [94 ]​ NCT 2018 Empathy • Lanzado: 14 de marzo de 2018 (KOR) • Discográfica: SM Entertainment • Formato: CD, descarga, streaming. 2 — 76 10 16 190 68 — 9 5 • KOR: 507,483 [95 ]​ • JPN: 15,757 [96 ]​ • US: 1,000 [97 ]​ • KMCA: 2× Platinum [98 ]​ NCT 2020 Resonance • NCT 2020 Resonance Pt.

1 • Lanzado: 12 de octubre de 2020 (KOR) [99 ]​ • Discográfica: SM Entertainment, Capitol, Caroline • Formato: CD, descarga, streaming. 1 95 2 11 — 36 6 5 1 • KOR: 1,509,601 [100 ]​ • CHN: 116,529 [101 ]​ • JPN: 148,371 ( Phy.) [102 ]​ [B ]​ • JPN: 2,916 ( Dig.) [103 ]​ • US: 40,000 [104 ]​ • Nct 127 comeback 2021 Million [105 ]​ • NCT 2020 Resonance Pt. 2 • Lanzado: 23 de noviembre de 2020 (KOR) • Discográfica: SM Entertainment, Capitol, Caroline • Formato: CD, descarga, streaming.

1 — 3 35 — — — — — — • KOR: 1,302,157 [106 ]​ • CHN: 50,601 [107 ]​ • JPN: 148,371 ( Phy.) [102 ]​ [B ]​ • KMCA: Million [108 ]​ Año Sencillo Posiciones Ventas US World [93 ]​ [94 ]​ NCT 2018 Empathy 2018 «Black on Black» (Taeil, Johnny, Taeyong, Yuta, Kun, Doyoung, Ten, Jaehyun, Winwin, Jungwoo, Lucas, Mark, Renjun, Jeno, Haechan, Nct 127 comeback 2021, Chenle, Jisung) – • COR ( DL): NCT 2020 Resonance 2020 «Resonance» (Taeil, Johnny, Taeyong, Yuta, Kun, Doyoung, Ten, Jaehyun, Winwin, Jungwoo, Lucas, Mark, Xiaojun, Hendery, Renjun, Jeno, Haechan, Jaemin, Yangyang, Chenle, Jisung, Shotaro, Sungchan) 14 • COR ( DL): Filmografía [ editar ] Programas de televisión [ editar ] Año Título Cadena Nct 127 comeback 2021 Notas 2014 EXO 90:2014 Mnet Recurrente Los miembros del grupo ( SM Rookies en ese momento) también participaron en los vídeos musicales y se presentaron en vivo [109 ]​ [110 ]​ 2015 The Mickey Mouse Club Disney Channel Korea Principal Cinco de sus integrantes, Mark, Jeno, Haechan, Jaemin y Jisung, aparecieron como los mosqueteros, junto a otras integrantes de SM Rookies 2016 NCT Life Naver TV Cast Oksusu KBS Joy Reality show de NCT que consta de ocho temporadas Premios y nominaciones [ editar ] • ↑ Kim, Dong-Joo.

«SM Entertainment reveals new boy band, NCT». StarN .

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Consultado el 28 de abril de nct 127 comeback 2021. • ↑ Kim, Young Jin (19 de abril de 2016). « "엑소 이을 특급신인 떴다" NCT U, SM서 4년만에 선보인 보이그룹». Asia Today (en coreano). Consultado el 3 de mayo de 2016.

• ↑ Jackson, Julie (28 de enero de 2016). «SM founder talks new boy band, future localization strategy». The Korea Herald. Consultado el 28 de abril de 2016.

• ↑ a b «SM Entertainment's next boy band to have 'unlimited' members». Kpop Herald. Consultado el 15 de mayo de 2016. • ↑ a b «S. Korea firm unveils K-pop band with limitless members». Yahoo. Consultado el 15 de mayo de 2016. • ↑ a b «S.M. Entertainment continues expansion with New Culture Technology». Kpop Herald. 23 de febrero de 2016. • ↑ «Examining NCT and Its Various K-Pop Units». Billboard. 9 de enero de 2017. • ↑ «SM's neo-boy band 'NCT U' to launch this week».

Yonhap. 4 de abril de 2016. Consultado el 28 de abril de 2016. • ↑ «NCT U confirms lineup, set to unveil singles ‘The 7th Sense,’ ‘Without You’». The Korea Herald. 6 de abril de 2016. Consultado el 28 de abril de 2016. • ↑ «SM 중국 신인 威神V(웨이션브이·WayV), 2019년 1월 데뷔». Entertain Naver (en coreano). 31 de diciembre de 2018 .

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Consultado el 31 de diciembre de 2018. • ↑ Sun, Rebecca (6 de mayo de 2021). «MGM Television Teams With Korea’s SM Entertainment for U.S. K-Pop Competition Show». The Hollywood Reporter (en inglés estadounidense). Consultado el 8 de mayo de 2021. • ↑ «SM Rookies». SM Rookies. Archivado desde el original el 24 de abril de 2016. Consultado el 28 de abril de 2016.

• ↑ «NCT, SM의 파격실험 1+1». YTN (en coreano). 9 de abril de 2016. Consultado el 29 de abril de 2016. • ↑ Bae, Jung Yun (21 de abril de 2016). «KPOP NEWS - NCT Receives Enthusiastic Attention from Global Fans». Mwave. Archivado desde el original el nct 127 comeback 2021 de agosto de 2016. Consultado el 9 de agosto de 2016.

• ↑ Bae, Jung Yun (11 de abril de 2016). «KPOP NEWS - NCT U′s Debut Performance to be Showcased in Korea and China». Mwave. Archivado desde el original el 19 de agosto de 2016. Consultado el 9 de agosto de 2016. • ↑ Kim, Dong-Joo (10 de abril de 2016). «SJ's Kim Hee Chul introduces SM Entertainment's new boy band, NCT». Yahoo! Celebrity. Archivado desde el original el 5 de mayo de nct 127 comeback 2021. Consultado el 28 de abril de 2016.

• ↑ Jung, Min-kyung (11 de abril de 2016). «Super Junior‘s Heechul roots for NCT U». The Korea Herald. Consultado el 28 de abril de 2016. • ↑ Bae, Jung Yun (11 de abril de 2016). «NCT U to Perform Its Debut Stage in Chinese Awards Ceremony». Yahoo! Celebrity. Consultado el 28 de abril de 2016. • ↑ «SM루키즈에서 NCT로. '설마 이 중에 네 취향이 한 명쯤은 있겠지 '». Korea Economic Daily/BNT News (en coreano). 9 de abril de 2016. Archivado desde el original el 1 de junio de 2016.

Consultado el 29 de abril de 2016. • ↑ «kSM 신인 NCT, 드디어 데뷔.유닛 싱글 9일 공개». Osen (en coreano). 4 de abril de 2016. Consultado el 29 de abril de 2016. • ↑ « '뮤뱅' NCT U, 베일 벗은 데뷔 무대.'몽환+강렬 '». The Chosun Ilbo/Osen (en coreano). 15 de abril de 2016. Consultado el 29 de abril de 2016. • ↑ «NCT launches its first reality show». kpopherald.koreaherald.com. Consultado el 18 de junio de 2016.

• ↑ «원더걸스·비스트, 오늘(7일) '엠카'서 컴백 무대 최초 공개». News One via Nate (en coreano). Consultado el 4 de julio de 2016. • ↑ « '초신인급 아이돌' NCT 127, 음원차트 10위권 안착». Nate. 14 de julio de 2016. Consultado el 17 de julio de 2016. • ↑ «‘NCT LIFE’ 세 번째 시즌, 韓中 동시 방영 확정». Naver (en coreano).

15 de julio de 2016. Consultado el 16 de julio de 2016. • ↑ Su Mi, 2016-07-29. «KPOP NEWS - [Video] NCT Knows How to ′Taste The Feeling′ with Coca-Cola». Mwave. Archivado desde el original el 1 de agosto nct 127 comeback 2021 2016.

Consultado el 9 de agosto de 2016. • ↑ «NCT 127 to Make Comeback as 9 Member Group». Mwave. 27 de nct 127 comeback 2021 de 2016.

• ↑ «NCT 127 to Make Comeback Through Two Music Videos». Mwave. 30 de diciembre de 2016. • ↑ «NCT 127 to Perform Comeback Stage on ′M COUNTDOWN′». Mwave. 2 de enero de 2017. • ↑ «NCT 127 Scores No. 1 Spot on World Albums Chart With 'Limitless '».

Billboard. 18 de enero de 2017. • ↑ «The 20 best K-Pop songs of 2017». Dazed Digital. 7 de diciembre de 2017. • ↑ «NCT Dream Charm With Funk and Pop in 'My First & Last' Video: Watch». Billboard. 8 de febrero de 2017. • ↑ «SM releases statement regarding NCT Dream's Jaemin». SBS. 2 de febrero de 2017. • ↑ «SF9 and Nct 127 comeback 2021 DREAM Perform Comeback Stages on ′M COUNTDOWN′».

Mwave. 10 de febrero de 2017. Archivado desde el original el 15 de octubre de 2018. Consultado el 5 de abril de 2018. • ↑ Hong, Dam-young (14 de junio de 2017). «Rising K-pop rookie NCT 127 drops powerful 'Cherry Bomb '».

The Korea Herald. Consultado el 14 de junio de 2017. • ↑ «T-ara, NCT 127 and Pentagon to Perform Comeback Stages on ′M COUNTDOWN′».

Mwave. 15 de junio de 2017. • ↑ «The Best K-pop Songs of 2017: Critics' Picks». Billboard. 14 de diciembre de 2017. • ↑ «From BTS To HyunA, The Best K-Pop Songs Of 2017».

Idolator. 22 de diciembre de 2017. • ↑ «NCT DREAM, 17일 첫 미니앨범 컴백…청량함 듬뿍 담았다». Herald Corporation (en coreano). 9 de agosto de 2017. Consultado el 9 de agosto de 2017.

• ↑ «NCT Dream to Release 1st Mini Album ′We Young′». Mwave. 13 de agosto de nct 127 comeback 2021. • ↑ «NCT Dream and SONAMOO to Perform Comeback Stage Through ′M COUNTDOWN′». Mwave. 17 de agosto de 2017. Archivado desde el original el 15 de octubre de 2018. Consultado el 5 de abril de 2018. • ↑ «NCT Dream Releases Christmas-Themed 'Joy': Watch». Billboard. 15 de diciembre de 2017.

• ↑ «NCT U Returns With 'Timeless' Video». Billboard. 12 de enero de 2018. • ↑ «[단독] NCT, 新 대형 프로젝트 컴백 시동…신곡 뮤비위해 출국». Xports News (en coreano). 15 de enero de 2018. • ↑ «NCT Unveils 3 New Members; JUNGWOO, KUN and LUCAS!». SBS News. 31 de enero de 2018. • ↑ «NCT to share its ‘worldview’ with fans via documentary». Kpop Herald. 9 de febrero de 2018. • ↑ «5 Things to Know About NCT 2018». Billboard. 21 de febrero de 2018. • ↑ «NCT signals major return with ‘Boss’». Kpop Herald. 18 de febrero de 2018.

• ↑ «NCT U Shows the World Who Is 'Boss' in Charismatic New Video». Billboard. 18 de febrero de 2018. • ↑ «NCT U's Ten & Taeyong Enthrall With 'Baby Don't Stop' Music Video».

Billboard. 27 de febrero de 2018. • ↑ «NCT Dream Show Their Rebellious Side With 'Go' Music Video: Watch». Billboard. 5 de marzo de 2018. • ↑ «Boy group NCT units to drop their group album on March 14». Kpop Herald. 2 de marzo de 2018. • ↑ «NCT Dream Release Video For Bazzi-Penned 'We Go Up': Watch».

Billboard. 30 de agosto de 2018. • ↑ «Mark to graduate from NCT Dream after "Dear DREAM "». SBS.com.au. 27 de agosto de 2018. • ↑ «NCT 127, 10월12일 첫 정규앨범 컴백 확정.새 멤버 정우 합류[공식입]». OSEN. 17 de septiembre de 2018. • ↑ «NCT 127 Announces Debut LP 'Regular-Irregular' and First English-Language Song, Adds a Member». Billboard. • ↑ «NCT 127 to release repackaged album on Nov. 23». Herald. 14 de noviembre de 2018. • ↑ «Kpop NCT 127 Pay No Attention to Haters in Dramatic 'Simon Says' Video: Watch».

Billboard. 23 de noviembre de 2018. • ↑ «SM 측 “NCT 127 윈윈, 예정된 中활동 준비로 새앨범 방송활동 불참”». Newsen (en coreano). 22 de noviembre de 2018. • ↑ «NCT Dream drops winter song for S.M. Station project».

Kpop Herald. 28 de diciembre de 2018. • ↑ «WayV_official» (en chino). • ↑ «SM "中신인 웨이션브이, 2019년 1월 데뷔확정"…NCT 대거 합류 [공식입장]». Osen (en coreano). 31 de diciembre de 2018. • ↑ Herald, The Korea (10 de abril de 2019). «NCT 127's world tour expands to Mexico, Russia».

www.koreaherald.com (en inglés). Consultado el 8 de mayo de 2021. • ↑ «NCT 127 Drop New Japanese Album 'Awaken': Listen». Billboard (en inglés). Consultado el 8 de mayo de 2021. • ↑ «NCT 127 Are Wholly 'Superhuman' On New EP». Billboard (en inglés). Consultado el 8 de mayo de 2021. • ↑ «WayV Make Their Debut on World Albums Chart With 'Take Off '». Billboard (en inglés). Consultado el 8 de mayo de 2021. • ↑ «NCT Dream & Hrvy 'Don't Need Your Love' On New Collab: Watch». Billboard (en inglés). Consultado el 8 de mayo de 2021.

• ↑ «NCT Dream make an explosive return with new single, ‘Boom’». NME (en inglés británico). 26 de julio de 2019. Consultado el 8 de mayo de 2021. • ↑ «SM 측 "NCT 127, 5월 발매 목표로 리패키지 앨범 준비 중" [공식입장]». n.news.naver.com (en coreano). Consultado el 8 de mayo de 2021. • ↑ «NCT DREAM, 새 앨범 활동 후 팀 체제 개편 “졸업없이 NCT U 형태로”». entertain.naver.com (en coreano). Consultado el 8 de mayo de 2021. • ↑ «SuperM, 26일 '비욘드 라이브' 스트리밍 서비스 첫 공연 주자.특급 라인업 예고». n.news.naver.com (en coreano). Consultado el 8 de mayo de 2021.

• ↑ «WayV, 6월9일 첫 정규 ‘Awaken The World’ 발매». n.news.naver.com (en coreano). Consultado el 8 de mayo de 2021. • ↑ «[단독]NCT 올해도 뭉친다.'NCT 2020' 10월 새 앨범 발매». 다음뉴스 (en coreano). Consultado el 8 de mayo de 2021. • ↑ «NCT 2020, 10월 12일 출격 확정…新멤버 쇼타로·성찬까지 23명 참여[공식입장]». entertain.naver.com (en coreano). Consultado el 8 de mayo de 2021.

• ↑ «NCT, 정규 2집 밀리언셀러 초읽기… "선주문 112만장 "». n.news.naver.com (en coreano) nct 127 comeback 2021. Consultado el 8 de mayo de 2021. • ↑ «[단독]NCT 2020, 23일 정규 2집 파트2 컴백.'더블 밀리언셀러' 노린다[★FOCUS]». n.news.naver.com (en coreano). Consultado el 8 de mayo de 2021. • ↑ OSEN (30 de noviembre de 2020). « "23人 완전체 뭉쳤다".NCT, 정규 2집 파이널 싱글 'RESONANCE' 12월 4일 발매 [공식]». mosen.mt.co.kr (en coreano). Consultado el 8 de mayo de 2021. • ↑ «NCT "2021년에는 하루빨리 팬들 보고 싶다"[인터뷰③]». 스타뉴스 (en coreano). 12 de enero de 2021.

Consultado el 8 de mayo de 2021. • ↑ «NCT127 to release new Japanese EP». world.kbs.co.kr (en inglés). Consultado el 8 de mayo de 2021. • ↑ Sun, Rebecca (6 de mayo de 2021). «MGM Television Teams With Korea’s SM Entertainment for U.S. K-Pop Competition Show». The Hollywood Reporter (en inglés estadounidense). Consultado el 8 de mayo de 2021. • ↑ «NCT DREAM '맛' 선주문량 171만장 달성 '243% 증가'[공식]». entertain.naver.com (en coreano).

Consultado el 7 de junio de 2021. • ↑ «NCT 127, 6월 4일 아메바컬쳐 프로젝트곡 'Save' 발표». n.news.naver.com (en coreano). Consultado el 7 de junio de 2021. • ↑ Hong C. «Update: NCT Unveils 1st Individual Teasers For Full-Group Comeback With “Universe”». Soompi (en inglés).

Consultado el 17 de noviembre de 2021. • ↑ Gaon Weekly Album Chart: • « NCT 2018 Empathy (2018)». March 11–17, 2018.

Consultado el March 22, 2018. • « Regular-Irregular (2018)». October 7–13, 2018. Consultado el October 18, 2018. • « Neo Zone (2020)». March 1–7, 2020. Consultado el March 12, 2020. • « Awaken the World (2020)». June 14–18, 2020. Consultado el June 25, 2020. • « NCT Resonance Pt. 1 (2020)». October 11–17, 2020. Consultado el October 22, 2020. • « NCT Resonance Pt. 2 (2020)». November 29 – December 5, 2020. Consultado el December 10, 2020. • ↑ NCT Chart Positions in Canadian Albums: • «Neo Zone: March 21, 2020».

Billboard. March 21, 2020. Consultado el November 4, 2020. «Resonance Pt. 1: November 7, 2020». Billboard. November 7, 2020.

Consultado el November 4, 2020. • ↑ France Digital Albums: • « NCT 2018 Empathy (2018)». March 16, 2018. Uso incorrecto de la plantilla enlace roto ( enlace roto disponible en Internet Archive; véase el historial, la primera versión y la última). • « Regular-Irregular (2018)». October 19, 2018. Uso incorrecto de la plantilla enlace roto ( enlace roto disponible en Internet Archive; véase el historial, la primera versión y la última).

• ↑ Oricon Album Chart: • « NCT 2018 Empathy (2018)». March 12–18, 2018. • « NCT#127 Regular-Irregular (2018)». October 15–21, 2018. • « Awaken (2019)». April 15–21, 2019.

• « Neo Zone (2020)». March 9–15, 2020. • « Awaken the World (2020)». June 22–28, 2020. • « Resonance Pt. 1 (2020)». October 12–18, 2020. • « Resonance Pt. 2 (2020)». December 7–13, 2020. • ↑ Billboard Japan Hot Albums: • « NCT 2018 Empathy (2018)». March 26, 2018. • « NCT#127 Regular-Irregular (2018)». October 22, 2018. • « NCT#127 Awaken (2019)». April 29, 2019. • « Neo Zone (2020)». March 16, 2020. • « Awaken the World (2020)». June 22, 2020.

• « Resonance Pt. 1 (2020)». October 21, 2020. • « Resonance Pt. 2 (2020)». December 8, 2020. • ↑ Dutch MegaCharts: • « NCT 2018 Empathy (2018)». March 24, 2018. • ↑ UK Official Album Downloads Chart: • « NCT 2018 Empathy (2018)». March 16, 2018. • « NCT#127 Regular-Irregular (2018)». October 19, 2018. • « NCT#127 Neo Zone (2020)». March 13, 2020. • « Awaken The World (2020)». June 18, 2020. • « NCT 2020 Resonance Pt. 1 (2020)». October 17, 2020.

• ↑ • «NCT 127 Chart History: Nct 127 comeback 2021 200». Billboard. Consultado el October 23, 2018. • « Resonance, Pt. 1 (2020)». October 31, 2020. • ↑ Billboard's Top Heatseekers: • « NCT 2018 Empathy (2018)».

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Daum. Consultado el September 21, 2020. • ↑ Cumulative sales of NCT 2020 Resonance Pt.1 on Gaon Chart: • [December 2020 Album Chart] -título-trad= requiere -título= ( ayuda).

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Teaser Image NCT DREAM The 2nd Album 〖Glitch Mode〗 ➫ 2022.03.28 (KST) #NCTDREAM #GlitchMode #NCTDREAM_GlitchMode NCT Dream adalah sub-unit ketiga dari boy band asal Korea Selatan, NCT, yang khusus beranggotakan remaja dengan usia belasan tahun.

Pada awalnya, sub-unit ini memiliki sistem kelulusan di mana anggota yang melampaui usia 20 akan keluar, tapi pada 2020, sistem ini diganti dan menjadikan NCT Dream sebagai unit tetap NCT.

Unit ini melakukan debutnya pada 25 Agustus 2016 dengan lagu "Chewing Gum" dan tujuh orang anggota: MarkRenjun, Jeno, Haechan, Jaemin, Chenle dan Jisung. Daftar isi • 1 Riwayat • 1.1 Pra-debut: SM Rookies dan NCT • 1.2 2016: Debut • 1.3 2017: The First dan We Young • 1.4 2018: NCT 2018: Empathy dan "We Go Up" • 1.5 2019: We Boom dan Tur • 1.6 2020: The Dream, Reload, dan Pengaturan Ulang Mekanisme Grup • 1.7 2021: Album Lengkap Pertama, Repackaged, dan NCT 2021 • 2 Diskografi • 2.1 Album studio • 2.2 Album mini • 2.3 Album singel • 3 Referensi Riwayat [ sunting - sunting sumber ] Pra-debut: SM Rookies dan NCT [ sunting - sunting sumber ] Lima dari tujuh anggota grup ini dulunya merupakan bagian dari SM Rookies; Mark, Jeno dan Jisung diperkenalkan pada tahun 2013, Haechan pada tahun 2014 dan Jaemin pada tahun 2015.

[1] Mark sebelumnya telah melakukan debut dengan NCT U yang merupakan unit pertama NCT, [2] dan bersama Haechan juga merupakan anggota dari NCT 127, unit kedua yang berbasis di Seoul. [3] 2016: Debut [ sunting - sunting sumber ] NCT Dream diumumkan secara resmi sebagai unit ketiga dari NCT pada 18 Agustus 2016.

Jisung menjadi anggota pertama yang diperkenalkan, disusul oleh Chenle, Jeno, Haechan, Mark, Renjun dan terakhir Jaemin. [4] Video klip untuk singel "Chewing Gum" dirilis pada 24 Agustus 2016 dengan dua versi, Korea dan Mandarin. Mereka melakukan debut pada 25 Agustus 2016 di M! Countdown, sedangkan singel dirilis secara digital pada 27 Agustus 2016.

[5] 2017: The First dan We Young [ sunting - sunting sumber ] Pada 1 Februari 2017, NCT Dream mengumumkan akan merilis sebuah album singel pertama mereka yang berjudul "The First" pada 9 Februari 2017. [6] S.M. Entertainment mengumumkan bahwa Jaemin tidak dapat berpartisipasi dalam comeback kali ini karena masalah kesehatan.

[7] Unit ini melakukan comeback panggungnya di M Countdown, menampilkan lagu utama "My First and Last" dan lagu sisi-B "Dunk Shot". Pada nct 127 comeback 2021 Februari, NCT Dream memperoleh kemenangan pertama mereka di program musik, yakni di episode ke-100 The Show.

Ini menandakan kemenangan program musik pertama kalinya untuk unit NCT. [8] NCT Dream dipilih sebagai duta resmi Piala Dunia U-20 FIFA Korea 2017. Pada 15 Februari, mereka merilis lagu tema yang berjudul "Trigger The Fever". [9] Pada 17 AgustusNCT Dream merilis single terbaru mereka yang berjudul " We Young" dan disertai dengan rilis nya 1st mini albumnya yang memiliki title yang sama seperti single utama mereka "We Young". Terdapat 6 lagu di dalam album NCT Dream "We Young".

Di dalam album tersebut terdapat salah satunya lagu "Trigger The Fever". 2018: NCT 2018: Empathy dan "We Go Up" [ sunting - sunting sumber nct 127 comeback 2021 NCT Dream berpromosi bersama NCT U dan 127 sebagai NCT 2018 pada paruh pertama tahun 2018. Mereka berpartisipasi dalam album studio pertama NCT, NCT 2018 Empathy, dengan singel berjudul " Go". Pada Agustus 2018, SM Entertainment mengumumkan bahwa NCT Dream akan merilis album mini keduanya, We Go Up, pada 3 September 2018.

Mark dikonfirmasi akan menjadi anggota pertama yang akan lulus dari grup ini sehubungan dengan usianya yang telah menginjak 20 tahun [10].

Untuk memperingati hal itu, NCT Dream merilis lagu berjudul "Candle Light" sebagai bagian dari proyek SM Station. 2019: We Boom dan Nct 127 comeback 2021 [ sunting - sunting sumber ] NCT Dream merilis "Don't Need Your Love" sebagai lagu kolaborasi dengan penyanyi HRVY.

Lagu ini menjadi penanda beranjaknya para anggota ke fase yang lebih dewasa di mana mereka menunjukkan kebolehan bernyanyi, menari, dan rap.

Lagu ini merupakan bagian dari SM Station Season 3. [11] Pada bulan Juli, NCT Dream menjadi duta global pertama dari World Scout Foundation dan merilis lagu berbahasa Inggris berjudul "Fireflies" yang keuntungannya digunakan untuk membiayai berbagai kegiatan lembaga di negara-negara berpendapatan rendah.

Menyusul pada 23 Juli, NCT Dream juga menampilkan lagu ini pada World Scout Jamboree ke 24 di West Virginia, Amerika Serikat. [12] NCT Dream merilis album ketiga mereka bertajuk We Boom dengan lagu utama "Boom" pada 26 Juli. Album ini terjual lebih dari 300.000 kopi dalam waktu satu bulan. [13] Tidak hanya itu, We Boom juga menempati peringkat ketujuh pada tangga album Billboard. "Boom" meraih dua kemenangan pada acara musik The Show pada 6 Agustus [14] dan 20 Agustus [15].

Album ini juga mengantarkan NCT Dream untuk mendapatkan penghargaan Bonsang pada Golden Disc Awards yang ke-34 dan Seoul Music Awards tahun 2020.

[16] [17] NCT Dream kembali termasuk dalam jajaran daftar Billboard 21 di Bawah 21 untuk dua tahun berturut-turut dan meraih peringkat ke-13 pada bulan September. Selanjutnya, mereka juga merilis lagu bersama PrettyMuch yang berjudul "Up To You".

[18] Pada bulan November sampai Desember, NCT Dream menjalani konser internasional pertama mereka yang berjudul, The Dream Show. [19] 2020: The Dream, Reload, dan Pengaturan Ulang Mekanisme Grup [ sunting - sunting sumber ] NCT Dream memperluas pangsa pasar mereka dengan merilis album kompilasi berjudul The Dream yang secara eksklusif berbahasa Jepang dan berisi lagu-lagu mereka yang sebelumnya sudah dirilis dalam bahasa Korea.

[20] Album ini meraih peringkat tinggi pada Oricon Albums Chart. [21] Pada awal 2020, NCT Dream juga meneruskan tur internasional mereka, The Dream Show, di beberapa kota di Jepang dan juga negara-negara Asia Selatan. Sayangnya, mulai Februari, tur ini dihentikan karena pandemi COVID-19. [22] Saat inilah isu tentang pengorganisasian ulang NCT Dream kembali merebak. Fans menuntut SM Entertainment memperlakukan NCT Dream selayaknya grup tetap dan menghentikan sistem kelulusan.

[23] Pada 14 April, SM Entertainment mengumumkan NCT Dream akan merilis album keempat mereka, Reload, dengan enam anggota yang tersisa, yakni Renjun, Jeno, Haechan, Jaemin, Chenle, dan Jisung. [24] Di akhir masa promosi, SM Entertainment akhirnya mengumumkan konsep baru NCT Dream yang menghapuskan sistem kelulusan sehingga Mark, yang sebelumnya lulus setelah melampaui usia 20, akhirnya kembali sebagai anggota. [25] NCT Dream kemudian menjadi grup tetap, seperti tuntutan fans, dan berperan sebagaimana unit lain NCT sehingga tiap-tiap anggotanya berpotensi mengambil nct 127 comeback 2021 dalam unit-unit NCT lainnya di masa mendatang.

[26] Menyambut pengumuman itu, pada 28 April, Reload berhasil meraih lebih dari 500.000 pra-pesan, memecahkan rekor untuk jumlah pra-pesan terbanyak NCT Dream selama ini.

[27] Pada 29 April, NCT Dream merilis album Reload dengan lagu utama "Ridin", lagu bernuansa urban trap yang menunjukkan aspirasi dan harapan NCT Dream dalam sistem terbarunya. [28] Pada perilisannya, album Reload berhasil menduduki peringkat tinggi di tangga lagu iTunes pada 49 negara, termasuk Amerika Serikat, [29] sekaligus menduduki peringkat tertinggi untuk penjualan album di situs musik terbesar China, QQ Music.

[30] Di Korea Selatan, "Ridin" meraih peringkat pertama di Melon, nct 127 comeback 2021 sebagai lagu pertama yang dirilis NCT untuk menduduki peringkat tersebut. Kelima lagu dari album mini tersebut juga menduduki peringkat 10 besar di tangga digital Melon.

[31] Pekan berikutnya, NCT Dream meraih peringkat pertama pada tangga Billboard Emerging Artists. [32] Setelah peluncuran album keempat mereka, NCT Dream mengadakan konser daring bertajuk "NCT Dream - Beyond the Dream Show" sebagai bagian dari Beyond Live, yakni serangkaian konser langsung daring. [33] Konser ini berlangsung pada 10 Mei.

NCT Dream kemudian bergabung dengan unit lainnya di bawah naungan NCT dalam megaproyek NCT 2020, yang menandai kembalinya NCT dengan album keduanya, yakni NCT 2020 Resonance yang terdiri dari dua bagian dan dirilis berurutan pada Oktober dan November. Di akhir 2020, dua bagian Resonance terjual sebanyak lebih dari 2,6 juta kopi yang menandai rekor baru penjualan NCT. Dalam album tersebut, termasuk di dalamnya lagu "Déjà Vu" yang ditampilkan oleh NCT Dream dan merupakan lagu pertama Mark sejak kembali ke NCT Dream sejak pengaturan ulangnya.

[34] 2021: Album Lengkap Pertama, Repackaged, dan NCT 2021 [ sunting - sunting sumber ] Setelah penantian cukup panjang sejak debut, NCT Dream akhirnya merilis album lengkap pertama mereka yang bertajuk Hot Sauce dengan tujuh anggota. [35] Album ini memuat sepuluh lagu termasuk lagu utama yang juga berjudul "Hot Sauce". Pra-pesan untuk album ini mencapai 1,7 kopi, sukses memecahkan rekor mereka dari Reload dengan kenaikan 243%. [36] Album ini menduduki peringkat tinggi pada Gaon Album Chart dan "Hot Sauce" menjadi lagu pertama dari sub-unit NCT yang debut pada Gaon Digital Chart di peringkat pertama.

[37] Kesuksesan ini menghasilkan nama " double million sellers" mengingat Hot Sauce terjual lebih dari 2 juta kopi pada 26 Mei. [38] Promosi "Hot Sauce" berakhir setelah NCT Dream berhasil mendapatkan 8 kemenangan di acara musik seperti Music Bank, Show! Music Core, Inkigayo, Show Champion. [39] Hal ini disusul dengan album repackage yang bertajuk Hello Future dan memuat tiga lagu baru, termasuk lagu utama dengan judul "Hello Future". [40] Penjualan Hot Sauce dan Hello Future mencapai lebih dari 3 juta kopi, menjadikan NCT Dream sebagai penyandang gelar " triple million seller".

[41] Senada dengan "Hot Sauce", "Hello Future" berhasil mendapatkan lebih dari 5 kemenangan acara musik dari M Countdown, Music Bank, Show! Music Core, Inkigayo, Show Champion. [42] [43] [44] [45] Setelah diumumkan pada 13 November 2021 jika NCT akan kembali dengan proyek besar mereka, NCT Nct 127 comeback 2021 dikonfirmasi turut serta dalam album ketiga NCT bertajuk Universe.

Unit mereka nct 127 comeback 2021 khusus merilis lagu berjudul "Dreaming" yang track video-nya dirilis pada 1 Desember 2021 [46]. Lagu ini menjadi satu-satunya lagu dari album Universe yang meraih peringkat pertama pada Billboard #HotTrendingSongs pada 20 Desember 2021 [47]. Diskografi [ sunting - sunting sumber ] Artikel utama: Diskografi NCT Album studio [ sunting - sunting sumber ] • Hot Sauce (2021) • Glitch Mode (2022) Album mini [ sunting - sunting sumber ] • We Young (2017) • We Go Up (2018) • We Boom (2019) • Reload (2020) Album singel [ sunting - sunting sumber ] • The First (2017) Referensi [ sunting - sunting sumber ] • ^ "SM Rookies".

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Soompi. 18 Agustus 2016. Diakses tanggal 28 Desember 2016. • ^ "NCT DREAM, 데뷔곡 '츄잉검' 25일 '엠카'서 첫선". Naver (dalam bahasa Korea). Nct 127 comeback 2021 Money. August 19, 2016. • ^ "NCT Dream start teasing for their 1st single album 'My First and Last '".

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• Teks tersedia di bawah Lisensi Creative Commons Atribusi-BerbagiSerupa; ketentuan tambahan mungkin berlaku. Lihat Ketentuan Penggunaan untuk lebih jelasnya. • Kebijakan privasi • Tentang Wikipedia • Penyangkalan • Tampilan seluler • Pengembang • Statistik • Pernyataan kuki • • • Winwin Website SNS Related Wikis NCT Wiki • SMTown Wiki NCT 127 is the second sub-unit of NCT. They debuted on July 7, 2016 on M Countdown with their debut stage for "Firetruck", the title track from their first mini album, NCT #127, which was released on the 10th.

[1] The number 127 refers to the longitude for Seoul, where they are based. On January 6, 2017, the group made a comeback with two new members, Johnny and Doyoung. On September 17, 2018, Jungwoo was announced as a new member of the unit. Contents nct 127 comeback 2021 1 History • 1.1 2016: Debut with NCT #127, "Taste The Feeling" and additions of Johnny and Doyoung • 1.2 2017: NCT #127 Limitless and NCT #127 Cherry Bomb • 1.3 2018: NCT 2018 project, addition of Jungwoo and NCT #127 Regular-Irregular, Japanese debut with Chain and "Touch" • 1.4 2019: "Let's Shut Up & Dance", Awaken, NCT #127 We Are Superhuman and "Highway to Heaven" • 1.5 2020: "First Love", NCT #127 Neo Zone and Nct 127 comeback 2021 #127 Neo Zone: The Final Round • 1.6 2021: Loveholic, "Save", Sticker and Favorite • 2 Members • 3 Discography • 3.1 Korean • 3.1.1 Studio albums • 3.1.2 Live albums • 3.1.3 Mini albums • 3.1.4 Promotional singles • 3.1.5 Remix singles • 3.1.6 Collaborations • 3.1.7 OSTs • 3.2 Japanese • 3.2.1 Studio albums • 3.2.2 Mini albums • 3.2.3 Digital singles • 3.3 English • 3.3.1 Digital EPs • 3.3.2 Digital singles • 3.3.3 Collaborations • 3.3.4 Features • 4 Concerts • 4.1 Online concerts • 4.2 Showcase tours • 4.3 Concert participation • 5 Fanmeetings • 6 Awards and nominations • 7 Endorsements • 8 Trivia • 9 Gallery • 10 References • 11 Official links History 2016: Debut with NCT #127, "Taste The Feeling" and additions of Johnny and Doyoung Promo photo for NCT #127.

On July 1, SM Entertainment announced that NCT would be having their second sub-unit under the name NCT 127, with the numbers representing the longitude of Seoul, South Korea.

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{INSERTKEYS} [2] On the same day, they released teaser pictures for the first two members, Haechan [3] and Yuta. [4] The following day they released pictures for the next two members, Winwin [5] and Taeyong. [6] Finally on July 3, they released pictures of the last three members, Jaehyun, [7] Mark, [8] and Taeil. [9] On the same day, they released the debut date of their album, July 10. [10] On July 6 at midnight KST, the newly formed sub-unit shared a teaser for their first music video "Fire Truck".

[11] The track was supposed to be released on July 7, 12 A.M. KST but was postponed to 12 p.m. KST. [12] Finally the single "Firetruck" was released on July 7, the song was described as a song with a fusion genre including hip-hop, trap, and Moombahton aspects. [13] A powerful bass and rhythmical percussion contribute to a cheerful atmosphere which is aimed to relieve listeners of stress from their busy schedules. The group then made their first music show appearance on Mnet's M Countdown performing "Firetruck" and "Once Again", the B-Side of the album.

[14] The album, NCT #127 was finally released on July 10, with the album topping multiple charts and ranking number one on multiple iTunes charts in six different countries. [15] Later on July 26, it was announced that NCT 127 would be releasing a single via SM STATION as their 25th artist.

[16] On July 29 at midnight KST, NCT 127 dropped their new song "Taste the Feeling", which was a collaboration with the soft drink company Coca-Cola. [17] The track is the Korean version of the company’s theme song of the same name, and was used as part of the company’s international marketing campaign in 2016. On December 26, the group released a new video teaser for their upcoming comeback through the 2016 SBS Gayo Daejun.

[18] The video featured the addition of two more members, Doyoung and Johnny, and released teasers for Haechan on the same day. [18] Mark's teasers were released the next day, [19] then Taeyong the following day, [20] followed by Doyoung, [21] Yuta, [22] and Taeil.

[23] 2017: NCT #127 Limitless and NCT #127 Cherry Bomb Promo for NCT #127 Limitless On January 1, they continued the teasers with WinWin, [24] and finally Jaehyun [25] and Johnny on the following next two days. [26] On January 5 at midnight KST, they released two music videos, both for the title track "Limitless" from their second mini album of the same name.

[27] One is entitled a 'rough version' while the other is a 'performance version'. [27] With their comeback on Mnet's M! Countdown on the same day. [28] The group's album, NCT #127 Limitless was released on the next day digitally, with the physical album coming out on January 9. The album was a commercial success, topping multiple charts in various countries, eventually managing to grab #1 on Billboard's World album charts. [29] Promo for NCT #127 Cherry Bomb On May 25, it was reported that NCT would be making a comeback as the group was seen in Gyeonggi Province, South Korea for a music video shoot which was confirmed by SM Entertainment later.

[30] On June 5 at midnight KST, they released their first teaser photo, which features what appears to be the cloud of an explosion of cherries. [31] It was later announced that their upcoming third mini album would be titled NCT #127 Cherry Bomb and was set to be released on June 14 at 6 p.m. KST. [31] On June 7, a set of teaser photos for Taeyong, WinWin, and Doyoung was released for their upcoming comeback; The excitement for their comeback was so high that the group’s official website crashed.

[32] They also released three videos on Instagram that were cartoon versions of members Doyoung, Taeyong, and WinWin dancing while wearing hats that looked like “cherry bombs”. [32] The next day, at midnight KST, the group shared three teaser photos for each of their members Haechan, Jaehyun, and Yuta, also with videos of them cartoonified.

[33] They also updated their website to include interactive content. Eventually, the final teasers for Mark, Taeil, and Johnny were released with cartoonified versions of them posted as well. [34] On June 10, group teaser photos were shared, along with a message from Mark, Taeil, and Doyoung about the comeback on their Instagram.

[35] The first music video teaser clip was revealed on June 11, while the second one was released on June 12. [36] On June 14, the group released their album NCT #127 Cherry Bomb with the title track of the same name. [37] The song was described as having a heavy hip hop beat, with members Taeyong and Mark taking part as lyricists for the rap parts of the title track and four other songs on the album.

[38] Most notably was Tony Testa's contribution to the choreography of the song. [37] The group held their showcase on the same day. [39] 2018: NCT 2018 project, addition of Jungwoo and NCT #127 Regular-Irregular, Japanese debut with Chain and "Touch" On March 11, a preview for the NCT 127 song "Touch" was released. The song was the fourth music video to be released as part of NCT 2018's Empathy album which also featured songs from the other sub-units of NCT. [40] The music video for "Touch" was then released on March 13 and earned a win on the Show.

[41] NCT 127 debuted in Japan with the mini album Chain on May 23. Their first Japanese single, " Touch", was released on October 4. 2019: "Let's Shut Up & Dance", Awaken, NCT #127 We Are Superhuman and "Highway to Heaven" The collaboration single " Let's Shut Up & Dance", was released on February 22. The group's first Japanese studio album Awaken, was released on April 17. On May 24, NCT 127 released their fourth mini album, NCT #127 We Are Superhuman, with "Superhuman" as the title track.

An English version of the pre-release track, "Highway to Heaven", was released on July 18. 2020: "First Love", NCT #127 Neo Zone and NCT #127 Neo Zone: The Final Round On January 27, NCT 127 released their second Japanese single " First Love"; They also released the music video for their gift song "Dreams Come True".

The release marked the return of Jungwoo after he'd been on a hiatus since August 2019 due to health issues. [42] It was confirmed later that day the group would be releasing their second full-length album titled NCT #127 Neo Zone on March 6.

[43] On April 7, a repackage album titled NCT #127 Neo Zone: The Final Round, was confirmed. It was later announced that the album would be released on May 19. [44] 2021: Loveholic, "Save", Sticker and Favorite NCT 127 released their second Japanese mini album, Loveholic, on February 17. On May 28, NCT 127 and Amoeba Culture announced their collaboration single, " Save", to be released on June 4. [45] On July 7, through their online fan meeting "OFFICE : Foundation Day" in celebration of their fifth anniversary, NCT 127 announced they would be returning with a full-length studio album in September.

[46] A first video teaser was released on August 21, hinting at a university/college concept. [47] On August 23, the group announced their third album, Sticker, would be released on September 17. [48] On October 8, the group announced a repackage album titled Favorite, which was released on October 25. [49] Members Name Position(s) Years active Taeil (태일) Main Vocalist 2016–present Johnny (쟈니) Lead Dancer, Lead Rapper, Sub Vocalist 2017–present Taeyong (태용) Leader, Main Rapper, Main Dancer, Sub Vocalist, Visual, Center 2016–present Yuta (유타) Lead Dancer, Lead Vocalist, Sub Rapper 2016–present Doyoung (도영) Main Vocalist 2017–present Jaehyun (재현) Main Vocalist, Lead Dancer, Sub Rapper, Visual 2016–present Jungwoo (정우) Lead Dancer, Lead Vocalist 2018–present Mark (마크) Main Rapper, Main Dancer, Sub Vocalist 2016–present Haechan (해찬) Main Vocalist, Lead Dancer, Maknae 2016–present Inactive Winwin (윈윈) Lead Dancer, Sub Vocalist, Sub Rapper 2016–present Discography Korean Studio albums • NCT #127 Regular-Irregular (2018) • NCT #127 Regulate (repackage) (2018) • NCT #127 Neo Zone (2020) • NCT #127 Neo Zone: The Final Round (repackage) (2020) • Sticker (2021) • Favorite (repackage) (2021) Live albums • Neo City : Seoul – The Origin (2019) Mini albums • NCT #127 (2016) • NCT #127 Limitless (2017) • NCT #127 Cherry Bomb (2017) • NCT #127 We Are Superhuman (2019) Promotional singles • " Taste The Feeling" (2016) Remix singles • " iScreaM Vol.1 : Kick It Remixes" (2020) • " iScreaM Vol.13 : Sticker Remixes" (2021) Collaborations • " Save" (with Amoeba Culture) (2021) OSTs • "Kartrider X Line Friends OST Part 1.

‘Freeze’" ("Freeze") (2021) • "Analog Trip NCT 127 OST" ("Amino Acid") (2021) Japanese Studio albums • Awaken (2019) Mini albums • Chain (2018) • Loveholic (2021) Digital singles • " Touch" (2018) • " First Love" (2021) English Digital EPs • Up Next Session: NCT 127 (2018) Digital singles • " Highway to Heaven (English Version)" (2019) Collaborations • " Let's Shut Up & Dance" (with Jason Derulo & Lay) (2019) Features • Ava Max - " So Am I" (2019) Concerts • NCT 127 1st Tour: Neo City - The Origin (2019) • NCT 127 2nd Tour: Neo City - The Awards (2020) (cancelled) • NCT 127 2nd Tour: Neo City - The Link (2021) Online concerts • NCT 127 - Beyond the Origin (2020) • NCT 127 2nd Tour: Neo City: Japan - The Link (2022) Showcase tours • NCT 127 Japan Showcase Tour "Chain" (2018) Concert participation • SMTOWN Live World Tour VI (2017-2018) • SMTOWN Special Stage 2019 in Santiago (2019) • SMTOWN Live 2019 in Tokyo (2019) • Beyond LIVE - NCT : Resonance 'Global Wave' (2020) • SMTOWN Live "Culture Humanity" (2021) • SMTOWN Live 2022 : SMCU Express@Kwangya (2022) Fanmeetings • Beyond LIVE – NCT 127 Online Fanmeeting 'Office : Foundation Day' (2021) Awards and nominations Main article: List of awards and nominations received by NCT Endorsements • Design United (2016) • Supercomma B (2016) • Ivy Club (2016–2017) • Korean Girls Scout (2017–2018) • Astell & ASPR (2018) • NBA Style Korea (2018) • KBEE 2018 (2018) • Nature Republic (2020-present) Trivia • It is the first fixed sub-unit in NCT.

• Both Mark and Haechan are also members of NCT Dream. • Winwin is also a member of WayV. Gallery Main article: NCT 127/Gallery References • ↑ Soompi: NCT 127 Celebrates Their 2nd Debut Anniversary • ↑ Soompi: Updated: New NCT 127 Unit Group To Debut In July • ↑ Soompi: NCT 127 Reveals Teasers For First Member Haechan • ↑ Soompi: NCT 127 Reveals Second Member Yuta • ↑ Soompi: NCT 127 Reveals Fourth Member WinWin • ↑ Soompi: SM Releases Teasers For NCT 127’s Third Member Taeyong • ↑ Soompi: The Next Member Of NCT 127 Is Jaehyun • ↑ Soompi: SM Reveals Teasers For NCT 127’s Sixth Member Mark • ↑ Soompi: NCT 127 Reveals Final Member Taeil And Debut Album Release Date • ↑ Soompi: NCT 127 Reveals Title Track And Debut Details • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT 127 Gets Rebellious In Teaser For “Fire Truck” MV • ↑ Soompi: NCT 127’s "Fire Truck" Music Video Release Postponed • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT 127 Is Blazing Hot In Debut “Fire Truck” MV • ↑ Soompi: Watch: SISTAR Grabs 4th Win For “I Like That” On “M!Countdown,” Performances By Wonder Girls, BEAST, And More • ↑ Soompi: NCT 127 Receives Global Love From Fans • ↑ Soompi: SM STATION’s Next Release Features NCT 127 x Coca-Cola • ↑ Watch: NCT 127 Drops "Taste The Feeling" MV For Coca-Cola Through SM STATION • ↑ 18.0 18.1 Soompi: Watch: NCT 127 Adds 2 New Members, Unveils Group And Individual Teasers For “LIMITLESS” • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT 127 Drops Mark’s Teasers For “Limitless” • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT 127’s Taeyong Is Full Of Swag In New Teasers • ↑ Watch: NCT 127’s Doyoung Is Mesmerizing In New Teasers • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT 127’s Yuta Gets Tough In New Teasers • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT 127’s Taeil Is Ready To Slay In New “Limitless” Teasers • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT 127 Releases Dope Teasers Of WinWin For “Limitless” Comeback • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT 127’s Jaehyun Is Sleek And Smooth In New “Limitless” Teasers • ↑ Soompi: Watch: Meet NCT 127’s Newest Member Johnny In Comeback Teasers • ↑ 27.0 27.1 Soompi: Watch: NCT 127 Returns With “Limitless” MVs, Johnny Makes Long-Awaited Debut • ↑ Soompi: Watch: BIGBANG Takes 4th Win For “FXXK IT” On “M!Countdown,” Performances by AOA, SEVENTEEN, NCT 127, And More • ↑ NCT 127 Sweeps Multiple iTunes Charts Worldwide • ↑ Soompi: NCT 127 To Reportedly Make Comeback In June; SM Responds • ↑ 31.0 31.1 Soompi: Update: NCT 127 Reveals Release Date And Title Of Comeback Album • ↑ 32.0 32.1 Soompi: NCT 127 Drops First Teaser Images For Return With "Cherry Bomb" • ↑ Soompi: NCT 127 Shares New Batch Of Fun And Colorful Teaser Photos For “Cherry Bomb” • ↑ Soompi: NCT 127 Reveals Teaser Photos For Mark, Taeil, And Johnny Ahead Of Comeback With “Cherry Bomb” • ↑ Soompi: NCT 127 Unveils Group Teaser Photos + Special Messages From Mark, Taeil, And Doyoung • ↑ Soompi: Update: NCT 127 Drops 2nd Intense Teaser Clip For “Cherry Bomb” MV • ↑ 37.0 37.1 Soompi: Watch: NCT 127 Blows Everyone Away With A “Cherry Bomb” In New MV • ↑ NCT 127 Talks About Writing Their Own Lyrics, Working With Choreographer Tony Testa, And More • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT 127 Performs New Track “Cherry Bomb” At Comeback Showcase • ↑ Update: NCT 127 Drops Group And Individual Teaser Photos For "Touch" • ↑ NCT 127 Takes 1st Win For "Touch" On "The Show" • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT 127 Drops Gift Song “Dreams Come True” + Announces Comeback Date • ↑ Naver: NCT 127, 돌아온다…3월 6일 정규 2집 ‘NCT #127 Neo Zone’ 발표 • ↑ Soompi: NCT 127 Confirmed To Return With Repackaged Album • ↑ Soompi: NCT 127 Teases Save Collaboration With Amoeba Culture • ↑ Soompi: NCT 127 Announces Plans For Long-Awaited Comeback • ↑ Soompi: Watch: NCT 127 Transforms Into College Students In First Teaser Video For Upcoming Comeback • ↑ NCT 127 on Twitter: NCT 127 The 3rd Album ‘STICKER’ ➫ 2021.09.17 #NCT127 STICKER #NCT127_STICKER (August 23, 2021) • ↑ Soompi: NCT 127 Announces Repackaged Version Of 3rd Studio Album Official links • Website • Facebook • Instagram • Twitter • YouTube • V Live Han Dongjoon • Kim Kwangjin • Jang Nara • Rose • Kang Jung Woo • Iconiq • Han Geng • Hero Jaejoong • Xiah Junsu • Micky Yoochun • Kim Isak • Kris • Luhan • Tao • Kim Kibum • Jessica • Stephanie • Zhang Liyin • Jonghyun • Henry • Jungmo • Jay • Tiffany • Sooyoung • Seohyun • Amber • Victoria • Luna • Sulli • Kangin • Dana • Lay Christmas in SMTOWN.com • Winter Vacation in SMTOWN.com • Winter Vacation in SMTOWN.com - Angel Eyes • 2002 Summer Vacation in SMTOWN.com • 2002 Winter Vacation in SMTOWN.com - My Angel My Light • 2003 Summer Vacation in SMTOWN.com • 2003 Winter Vacation in SMTOWN.com • 2004 Summer Vacation in SMTOWN.com • '06 Summer SMTOWN • 06 Winter SMTOWN • 2007 Summer SMTOWN • 07 Winter SMTOWN • 2011 Winter SMTOWN 'The Warmest Gift' • 2021 Winter SMTOWN : SMCU Express Digital singles
The Omicron outbreak may have dampened our spirits at the start of the new year but here is good news for all K-pop fans.

Get ready for in-person concerts and world tours featuring your favorite artists. K-pop idols like Stray Kids, Chungha, Sunmi, and PSY performed in Riyadh and Dubai, while BTS and Monsta X had a mini-tour in the US in December. Now, Ateez, TWICE, and NCT 127 have already kicked off their 2022 world tours.

VeriVery and P1Harmony have already completed their US tours, while The Boyz and BTS have hinted at a world tour in 2022. Enhypen’s Sunghoon shared his wish of going on a world tour this year, while JYPE has revealed that the Stray Kids, following their second fan con, are ready to go on their second world tour in 2022.

But while we wait for concrete updates, some artists like Eric Nam, Epik High, ONEUS, and GROOVL1N have confirmed their plans and asked fans to purchase tour tickets. READ MORE 'Complete With You': AB6IX gift fans self-produced album and a concert to mark comeback Coachella 2022 lineup: Epik High 1st K-pop act to perform twice, no sign of BIGBANG Ateez: ‘The Fellowship: Beginning of the End’ Ateez has already begun their world tour ‘The Fellowship: Beginning of the End’.

After their first world tour in 2019, which was a success even though they were still rookies, the boy group announced another one in 2020. Postponed to 2022, their second world tour is finally happening.

Ten of the 12 venues of their tour were sold out within minutes, while the whole tour was sold out in a week. They are also now playing at bigger concert venues to accomodate their increased fanbase with planned concerts in Prudential Center, Mercedes-Benz Arena, and the Wembley Arena. They began their tour in Seoul with a three-day concert starting from January 7.

The US leg of the tour has begun with the boys landing in Chicago on January 15. They will have five stops in the US, followed by six stops in Europe starting with a gig in Amsterdam.

However, due to the Omicron outbreak, their European concert dates have been postponed and will be announced soon. TWICE - 'III' Everyone is looking forward to TWICE’s world tour which was announced recently. Their fourth world tour titled ‘III’ was hinted at with a 'Coming Soon' teaser poster released at the end of their music video for their viral single ‘The Feels,’ their first-ever English track. A three-day Seoul concert was held from December 24 onwards but Jeongyeon was not present.

However, she may be joining the rest of the members for the remainder of the tour which begins in the US. They will have seven concerts, beginning in Los Angeles on February 15 and ending in New York on February 27. They have also announced two dates at Tokyo Dome in Japan in April, while more stops will be announced soon. NCT 127 - 'Neo City: The Link' After their Seoul concert that went viral for its seductive performances, NCT 127 is also going on a world tour in 2022.

The group has been quite busy following their comeback with the smashing hit ‘Sticker’, its repackaged album, and full group comeback with the NCT 2021 Universe. The domestic part of the world tour ‘NCT 127 2nd Tour - Neo City: Seoul The Link’ began on December 17.

The three-day concert in Seoul was also live-streamed online. Like many other K-pop acts, the tour was supposed to happen in June 2020 but got postponed. The dates are gradually being released as countries relax their pandemic-related travel restrictions. Following the Seoul concerts, the group will start ‘NCT 127 2nd Tour - Neo City: Japan The Link’ with three stops in Japan from May 22. Monsta X - ‘2022 Monsta X No Limit World Tour’ International Monbebes (Monsta X’s fandom) are probably the most 'well-fed' K-pop fans at the moment since they had overseas concerts even before they began their world tour.

The boys were invited for the third time to iHeartRadio’s Jingle Ball Tour and performed at Philadelphia, DC, Atlanta, and Miami in December. Their fourth world tour, which was supposed to take place in 2020, is finally happening in 2022. The ‘2022 Monsta X No Limit World Tour’ has announced its American leg which will begin in New York. The tour will have 13 stops and will end in Los Angeles. However, the dates have been postponed for the third time. It now begins on May 21 and ends on June 11, 2022.

Tickets can be purchased through Ticketmaster. Eric Nam - ‘There And Back Again World Tour 2022’ Eric Nam on the other hand is going all out for his first world tour. Since it was canceled halfway in 2020, he has decided to add 60 stops for the ‘There And Back Again World Tour 2022’. The massive undertaking is in celebration of his second English album ‘There And Back Again’. He will be headlining 60 cities, beginning from Arizona on January 24.

After touring major cities across the US, he will be heading to Sweden on March 22 for the European leg of the tour. And while it was supposed to end in London, management has revealed that due to high demand, more cities are set to be added to the tour stop list. Eric Nam has also added five stops in Australia and New Zealand for July.

Epik High - ‘Epik High Is Here: North America Tour 2022’ Epik High fans are on a high since 2022 happens to be the K-hip hop group’s year. As the first Korean act to perform at Coachella in 2016, they have become the first act to perform twice as they have been invited for the 2022 edition on April 15 and 22. On top of that, we are getting a North American tour for those who cannot make it to Coachella.

Epik High will begin ‘Epik High Is Here: North America Tour 2022’ on March 1 in Seattle. They will have 29 stops across the US with the last stop in Oakland, California on April 12, three days before their stint at Coachella which is being organized at Indio, California. Tickets for their tour can be booked on their website, while tickets for Coachella can be found on Coachella’s website. ONEUS - ‘2022 ONEUS Blood Moon’ Following their solo concert after more than a year and release of the ‘Blood Moon’ album, RBW’s CEO revealed that ONEUS was planning a world tour.

Their first tour was in North America in 2019 when they were still rookies. And now, they have revealed the dates for ‘2022 ONEUS Blood Moon’ tour's North American leg. Beginning in New York on February 12, they have 14 stops across the US. The last stop of the American leg of their tour will be on March 12 in Beverly Hills. Tickets can be purchased from Ticketmaster. Ghost9 - ‘Into The Now Meet&Live Tour In US’ Having debuted in September 2020, Ghost9 were among those unfortunate rookie idols who couldn’t meet and perform live for their fans.

But as pandemic norms are getting relaxed, fans are finally getting to meet the boy group in person. They are on their first overseas tour and performing for their international fans. Ghost9 began their ‘Into The Now Meet & Live Tour In US’ on January 15 in Los Angeles. They will then stop at San Francisco, New York, and end their US tour in Boston on January 27. Tickets can be purchased from AXS. [🔔][ #BLITZERS] BLITZERS 2022 U.S.

TOUR Check-in 개최 안내 ​ ⏱ 공연일정: 2022년 2월 5일 ~ 17일 🔗 https://t.co/ILrZqJB6bk ​ 공연 일정, 장소, 장소 등 자세한 사항은 위의 링크를 확인해주세요. ​ #블리처스 #BLITZERS_Check_in pic.twitter.com/byGnLOY0dg — BLITZERS (@WUZO_BLITZERS) December 13, 2021 Blitzers - ‘2022 Check-In US Tour’ 2022 is a good year for rookie groups who debuted during the pandemic. We now have Blitzers, a boy group that debuted in May 2021 going on their American tour and meeting international fans. Blitzers are set to go on their first US tour ‘2022 Check-In US Tour’ beginning on February 5 in Los Angeles.

With 6 stops, they will have their last concert on February 17 in Chicago. Tickets can be purchased from AXS and Ticketmaster. GROOVL1N artists - ‘2022 GROOVL1N US Tour’ VIXX’s Ravi is making waves as an idol and an entrepreneur having founded two record labels GROOVL1N and THE L1VE.

And fans are impressed with his hands-on management and exhaustive promotions of his artists. GROOVL1N handles indie artists of K-R&B and hip hop genres. Well, his newest venture happens to be an American tour for these artists under the label. Ravi included, Nafla, Xydo, and Cold Bay are the artists participating in the ‘2022 GROOVL1N US Tour’ which begins on March 6 in Los Angeles.

There will be 5 stops with the last being in New York on March 13. Tickets will be sold on Kpoptickets. If you have an entertainment scoop or a story for us, please reach out to us on (323) 421-7515
• SM Town • SM Rookies • NCT U • NCT 127 • NCT Dream • WayV Website Official website Members see Members NCT ( Korean: 엔시티; an acronym for Neo Culture Technology) [3] is a South Korean boy band formed by SM Entertainment and introduced in January 2016.

The group consists of 23 members as of April 2021, ranging in age from late teens to mid-twenties and divided into four different sub-units. The group debuted their first sub-unit, the rotational NCT U, on April 9, 2016, with the double digital single "The 7th Sense" and "Without You". It was followed by the Seoul-based sub-unit NCT 127 on July 7, 2016, with their eponymous extended play and the then-teenaged sub-unit NCT Dream on August 24, 2016, with the digital single "Chewing Gum".

WayV, a seven-member sub-unit based in China and NCT's first overseas sub-unit, debuted on January 17, 2019, with the single album The Vision. NCT's second overseas sub-unit, NCT Hollywood, will be based in the United States and is set to debut at a later date. [4] [5] Although each sub-unit promotes separately, NCT has united three times as a group to record three full-length albums: Empathy (2018), Resonance (2020), and Universe (2021).

Within two months of release, Resonance sold over 2.6 million copies across its two parts, becoming the highest-selling physical album released by an act from SM Entertainment at the time and earning the group their first Grand Daesang Award at the 2020 Asia Artist Awards. Contents • 1 Background and name • 2 History • 2.1 2013–2016: Formation and pre-debut activities • 2.2 2016: Debuts of NCT U, NCT 127 and NCT Dream • 2.3 2017: New members and comebacks for NCT 127 and NCT Dream • 2.4 2018: New members, NCT 2018 Empathy, and first NCT 127 studio album • 2.5 2019: Debut of WayV, first NCT 127 concert tour, and comebacks for NCT Dream and NCT U • 2.6 2020: NCT Dream restructure, first WayV studio album, new members, and NCT 2020 Resonance • 2.7 2021: First NCT Dream studio album, introduction of NCT Hollywood, and Universe • 2.8 2022: Comeback for NCT Dream • 3 Members • 3.1 Sub-units • 4 Discography • 5 Concerts • 6 Filmography • 7 Awards and nominations • 8 Notes • 9 References • 10 External links Background and name In January 2016, SM Entertainment founder Lee Soo-man delivered a presentation at the SM Coex Artium titled "SMTOWN: New Culture Technology 2016".

[6] The label planned to debut a new boy group that would "fall in line" with their culture contents strategy, one that would contain an "unlimited" number of members that would debut in separate sub-units within the group. Furthermore, the members would form "sub-unit teams" and have "collaborations" with each other. [7] [8] The name of the group was later revealed to be NCT, an acronym for the presentation title. NCT as a whole was SM Entertainment's first idol group to debut in nearly two years since Red Velvet in 2014 and SM Entertainment's first boy group to debut since Exo in 2012.

History See also: SM Rookies 2013–2016: Formation and pre-debut activities Prior to joining SM Entertainment, some of the members were already involved in the entertainment industry. Jeno appeared in various commercials as a child.

Jisung was a child actor and filmed movies such as Boys, Be Curious (2012) and Go, Stop, Murder (2013). Chenle was active on the Chinese music scene as a singer from 2009 to 2015; he released three albums and headlined a solo concert in China. In 2011, Yuta participated in the singing competition "Juice Winter Collection" in Japan, while Ten competed on the Thai TV show Teen Superstar under the name TNT.

Xiaojun was a singing contestant on the Zhejiang TV program X-Fire in November 2015. Johnny, Yuta, Ten, Mark and Renjun joined the company via SM Global Auditions, while the remaining members were discovered through street casting, personal recommendation and community entertainment shows.

Prior to their debut as members of NCT, 19 of the 23 current members of NCT were introduced as part of SM Rookies, a group of trainees under SM Entertainment created in December 2013. The first members of NCT to be introduced were Taeyong and Jeno. [9] Sixteen other members were introduced through SM Rookies until early January 2016. Taeyong released the short rap track "Open the Door" in July 2014 and featured on Red Velvet's second single " Be Natural" in October of the same year.

He appeared alongside Johnny, Yuta, Ten, Jaehyun, Mark, Jeno, Donghyuk, Jaemin and Jisung on the Mnet-produced Exo 90:2014, a show starring labelmates Exo, where they performed dances to K-pop songs from the 1990s. Some members appeared in various Exo music video remakes in the same year. From January through June 2015, Doyoung and Jaehyun were fixed MCs for the music show Show Champion; from July through December of that year, Yuta was a representative on Abnormal Summit, a series in which non-Korean men debate Korean culture.

Mark, Jeno, Donghyuk, Jaemin and Jisung were Mouseketeers on Disney Channel Korea's The Mickey Mouse Club. SM Rookies Boys held their first concert, titled SMRookies Show, which started in Seoul in September 2015 and expanded to Bangkok, Thailand in February 2016. Taeil released his first solo soundtrack "Because Of You" for the series The Merchant: Gaekju 2015 on January 26, 2016.

In April 2016, Kun sang with NCT U on the Chinese version of "Without You" and joined them for the song's promotional stages. Winwin performed NCT U's "The 7th Sense" at their first live performance in China at the 16th Music Feng Yun Bang Awards that same month. In October 2016, Johnny participated in the music festival "Spectrum Dance Music Festival" as an SM Dreamstation Crew DJ. SM Entertainment founder Lee Soo-man held a presentation at the SM Coex Artium titled "SMTOWN: Neo Culture Technology 2016" on January 28, 2016, where he outlined the company's plans for a new boy group in line with their " culture contents" strategy that would debut different teams based in different cities and countries around the world.

[10] [11] [12] 2016: Debuts of NCT U, NCT 127 and NCT Dream On April 4, 2016, SM Entertainment announced NCT's first sub-unit would be NCT U (the "U" standing for United), which then consisted of six members: Taeil, Taeyong, Doyoung, Ten, Jaehyun and Mark. [13] [14] NCT U released the digital singles " The 7th Sense" (Taeyong, Doyoung, Ten, Jaehyun, and Mark) on April 9 and "Without You" in two versions on April 10 (a Korean version sung by Taeil, Doyoung, and Jaehyun and a Chinese version with the addition of SM Rookies' Kun).

[14] [15] On April 9, NCT U made their first broadcast appearance with NCT On Air on V Live hosted by Super Junior's Kim Hee-chul. [16] [17] The same day, they had their first live performance in China at the 16th Music Feng Yun Bang Awards alongside Chinese rookies Kun and Winwin.

[18] [19] On April 15, the group made their debut in Korea on Music Bank. [20] [21] They have since appeared in three seasons of the reality series NCT Life, which features other trainees from SM Rookies. [22] 160820 NCT 127's initial seven-member lineup performing in Busan. On July 1, SM announced NCT's second sub-unit, NCT 127. The unit would be based in Seoul, the number "127" representing the longitude coordinate of the city. [3] The unit debuted with seven members: Taeil, Taeyong, Yuta, Jaehyun, Winwin, Mark, and Haechan.

[23] On July 7, they had their official debut performance on the music program M Countdown, [24] performing debut single "Fire Truck" and "Once Again." [25] Their debut EP, NCT #127, was released digitally on July 10 and physically on July 11. [26] On July 29, the sub-unit released the single " Taste the Feeling" for the project SM Station in collaboration with Coca-Cola while continuing promotion for "Fire Truck" on music shows such as Music Bank, Show Champion, and Inkigayo.

[27] On August 18, SM announced that NCT's third sub-unit would be NCT Dream. The unit debuted with seven members: Mark, Renjun, Jeno, Haechan, Jaemin, Chenle and Jisung. [28] Their first single, "Chewing Gum", was released on August 24, and the group had their debut performance on M Countdown the next day. [29] On December 6, five members of NCT 127 (Yuta, Taeyong, Jaehyun, Mark, and Winwin) released a special dance music video for the song "Good Thing" in collaboration with W Korea.

[30] The track was eventually included on NCT 127's second EP, Limitless. On December 20, NCT 127 released the music video for "Switch". The single was previously issued as a bonus track on NCT 127's debut EP and features the SM trainee group SR15B. [31] 2017: New members and comebacks for NCT 127 and NCT Dream On December 27, 2016, NCT 127 announced they would be making a comeback with two new members, Johnny and NCT U's Doyoung.

[32] On January 5, NCT 127 released two music videos for "Limitless" and performed the song on M Countdown. [33] [34] Their second EP Limitless was released digitally on January 6 and physically on January 9. It debuted at number one on Billboard 's World Albums Chart, [35] and the title track was later named one of the best K-pop songs of the year by Dazed. [36] NCT Dream released their first physical single, " The First", on February 9, [37] although Jaemin did not participate in the promotional cycle due to health problems.

[38] NCT Dream returned to the M Countdown stage to perform the single "My First and Last" and the B-side "Dunk Shot". [39] On February 14, NCT Dream won first place on the 100th episode of SBS MTV's The Show, marking the first-ever music show win for an NCT unit. [40] NCT Dream was also unveiled as the official ambassadors for the 2017 FIFA U-20 World Cup.

They released the tournament's official theme song, "Trigger the Fever", on March 15. [41] On March 8, NCT 127 members Johnny and Jaehyun were announced as the DJs for SBS Power FM's new program, NCT's Night Night, [42] which began airing on March 20.

Doyoung joined the duo as a special DJ every Saturday. NCT 127 released their third EP, Cherry Bomb , on June 14. [43] They performed the new songs "Cherry Bomb" and "0 Mile" on M Countdown. [44] Billboard and Idolator both later declared "Cherry Bomb" one of the best K-pop songs of the year. [45] [46] On August 17, NCT Dream released their first EP, We Young. [47] [48] They gave the title track its debut performance on M Countdown.

[49] In December, NCT Dream released their first Christmas song, "Joy". [50] 2018: New members, NCT 2018 Empathy, and first NCT 127 studio album In January 2018, NCT U (consisting of Taeil, Doyoung, and Jaehyun) released the single "Timeless" as part of the SM Station project. [51] Later that month, SM Entertainment unveiled NCT 2018, a project involving all 18 members of NCT at the time.

[52] [53] On January 30, SM released a video titled "NCT 2018 Yearbook #1", which featured all prior members and introduced new members Kun, Lucas, and Jungwoo. [54] In February, NCT released a series of online documentary videos titled NCTmentary as part of the NCT 2018 project.

[55] NCT released their first full-length album, NCT 2018 Empathy, on March 14. [56] The album featured six singles, showcasing each sub-unit of NCT: "Boss", [57] "Baby Don't Stop", [58] and "Yestoday" by various NCT U lineups; [59] "Go" by NCT Dream; [60] "Touch" by NCT 127; [61] and "Black on Black" with all 18 members.

[62] NCT topped Billboard 's Emerging Artists chart on May 5, marking the first time that a K-pop act had led the list. [63] On September 3, NCT Dream released their second EP, We Go Up, alongside the lead single of the same name. [64] SM confirmed that Mark would be graduating from NCT Dream after promotions for the release wrapped up. [65] On September 11, Xiaojun was the first of the then-undebuted WayV members to be introduced through SM Rookies, [66] with Hendery and Yangyang following on September 13 [67] and September 15, [68] respectively.

On October 12, NCT 127 released their first full-length album, Regular-Irregular, with the lead single, "Regular". [69] With the addition of Jungwoo, the group officially expanded to 10 members. [70] [71] NCT 127 focused on promotions in the United States for the album. [72] On November 23, the group released the repackaged edition of Regular-Irregular, titled Regulate, [73] along with the lead single "Simon Says". [74] It was announced that Winwin would not be participating in comeback activities in order to prepare for his debut with WayV.

[75] On December 28, NCT Dream released the single "Candle Light" as part of the SM Station project. [76] 2019: Debut of WayV, first NCT 127 concert tour, and comebacks for NCT Dream and NCT U On December 31, 2018, SM Entertainment announced NCT's fourth sub-unit, WayV ( Chinese: 威神V; pinyin: Wēi shén V) under Label V.

[77] The unit would be based in China and consists of seven members: Kun, Winwin, Ten, Lucas, Hendery, Xiaojun and Yangyang. The sub-unit officially debuted on January 17, 2019, with a Chinese version of NCT 127's "Regular".

[78] [79] [80] Their debut single album, The Vision, was released digitally and included a Chinese version of NCT 127's "Come Back" and an original song titled "Dream Launch". On January 26, 2019, NCT 127 embarked on their first concert tour, Neo City – The Origin, with shows in Korea, Japan, North America and Europe.

[81] [82] They released the single "Wakey-Wakey" on March 18, which would later be included on their first Japanese full studio album, Awaken, released on April 17. [83] Their fourth EP, We Are Superhuman, was released on May 24 alongside the title track " Superhuman". [84] On May 9, WayV released their first EP, Take Off, along with its eponymous title track, "Take Off".

[85] On June 6, NCT Dream released "Don't Need Your Love," a collaboration with HRVY, on SM Station Season 3. [86] The sub-unit released their third EP, We Boom, and its title track "Boom" on July 26. [87] On October 29, WayV released their second EP, Take Over the Moon, and the title track "Moonwalk". On December 13, NCT U (consisting of Taeil, Doyoung, Jaehyun and Haechan) released "Coming Home" as part of the SM Station X project. 2020: NCT Dream restructure, first WayV studio album, new members, and NCT 2020 Resonance On January 27, NCT 127 released a music video for a gift song titled "Dreams Come True", followed by the release of their second studio album Neo Zone on March 6 and its title track " Kick It".

It was their third release not to feature Winwin and marked Jungwoo's return from health-related hiatus. On May 19, the repackaged version of the album, Neo Zone: The Final Round, was released with the title track "Punch". [88] On April 29, NCT Dream released their fourth EP Reload and its title track " Ridin'" with six members: Renjun, Jeno, Haechan, Jaemin, Chenle and Jisung. After wrapping up album promotions, they abandoned their original concept in which members "graduate" from the sub-unit upon reaching age of majority (20 in Korean age reckoning, 19 internationally) and continued as seven members, with Mark returning to the lineup.

[89] In May, three NCT units held live online concerts in a series jointly organized by SM Entertainment and Naver on the world's first technology-aided live concert streaming service, Beyond LIVE.

WayV, NCT Dream and NCT 127 performed on May 3, May 10 and May 17, respectively. [90] On June 9, WayV released their first full-length album, Awaken the World, and the title track "Turn Back Time". [91] The NCT U unit for the single "Work It" promoting at a radio show.

In September, NCT announced a reunion for a second group project, NCT 2020, in October 2020. [92] The first part of their second album, NCT 2020 Resonance Pt. 1, was released on October 12. The record featured all four existing units and two new members, Shotaro and Sungchan, who are set to debut with a future NCT unit. [93] NCT 2020 Resonance Pt.

1 garnered more than 1.1 million stock pre-orders ahead of release, making it NCT's first million-selling album without repackaging. [94] NCT released NCT 2020 Resonance Pt. 2 on November 23. [95] At the COMEUP 2020 event held on November 22, the CEO of SM Entertainment mentioned plans to expand NCT to cities in Japan, several countries in Southeast Asia, and the United States, as well as several other global regions.

[96] On December 4, NCT released a new single titled "Resonance" as the finale of their second group studio album. The single combined the tracks "Make a Wish (Birthday Song)", "90's Love", "Work It", and "Raise the Roof" from their second studio album and features all 23 members. [97] 2021: First NCT Dream studio album, introduction of NCT Hollywood, and Universe In an interview with Star News on January 13, Sungchan announced that a new unit would debut during the year.

[5] On February 17, NCT 127 released their second Japanese EP, Loveholic. [98] On March 10, WayV released their third EP, Kick Back, with the title track of the same name. On May 6, it was announced that SM would partner with MGM Worldwide Television Group on the competition series K-POP Goes Hollywood to recruit boys from age 13 to 25 from the United States to form an American NCT sub-unit called NCT Hollywood.

[4] The series will feature 21 contestants, of whom one winner will be selected to join NCT Hollywood, which will debut sometime in the future. [99] On May 10, NCT Dream released their first studio album Hot Sauce, which marked the group's first comeback as a seven-member group since 2018.

The album sold more than 1.7 million copies in pre-orders. [100] On June 28, the repackaged version of the album, Hello Future, with the title track of the same name, was released. [101] On June 11, it was announced that Kun and Xiaojun would form WayV's first sub-unit.

They released their first single album, Back to You, containing three songs, on June 16. [102] WayV's Ten and Yangyang debuted as a duo on September 17 with the English-language single "Low Low". [103] On June 28, SM revealed several planned releases for the group and its sub-units in the second half of the year: NCT 127 with their third Korean studio album in September and its repackage soon afterwards, WayV with their second studio album, NCT U with a fresh lineup, and NCT as a group in an untitled NCT 2021 project.

[104] At a fanmeet celebrating the fifth anniversary of their debut, NCT 127 confirmed their third Korean studio album would have a September release window. [105] The album, Sticker, was released on September 17.

It consists of eleven tracks, including the lead single of the same name. [106] It reportedly achieved 2,120,000 pre-orders. [107] On October 25, the group released Favorite, the repackage of Sticker, with three new tracks, including the lead single "Favorite (Vampire)". [108] On November 13, NCT announced their third group project, NCT 2021, with their third studio album Universe set for release on December 14.

The 13-track album included the lead singles "Universe (Let's Play Ball)", which was released on December 10, and "Beautiful". [109] [110] Universe surpassed more than 1.7 million pre-orders on the day of release, breaking their previous record of 1.1 million pre-orders for NCT 2020 Resonance.

[111] 2022: Comeback for NCT Dream On February 28, it was announced that NCT Dream would release their second studio album, titled Glitch Mode, on March 28.

The album consists of eleven tracks. [112] It passed two million preorders on March 27. [113] On May 30, the repackaged version of the album, Beatbox will be released. {/INSERTKEYS}

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{INSERTKEYS} [114] Members NCT Dream at the 2018 Incheon Airport Sky Festival (From left: Mark, Renjun, Jeno, Jisung, Jaemin, Chenle, Haechan) Adapted from the group's profile on SM Entertainment's official website.

[115] Name Debut date Sub-units Notes U 127 Dream WayV Taeil April 9, 2016 ( 2016-04-09) Taeyong NCT 2020 leader; 127 leader [116] Doyoung Ten Jaehyun Mark [A] Yuta July 6, 2016 ( 2016-07-06) Winwin [B] Haechan Renjun August 24, 2016 ( 2016-08-24) Jeno Jaemin Chenle Jisung Johnny January 6, 2017 ( 2017-01-06) Jungwoo February 18, 2018 ( 2018-02-18) Lucas Kun March 14, 2018 ( 2018-03-14) [C] WayV leader Xiaojun January 17, 2019 ( 2019-01-17) Hendery Yangyang Shotaro October 12, 2020 ( 2020-10-12) To debut in future unit Sungchan Sub-units • NCT U – Members change depending on the song's concept • NCT 127 – Taeil, Johnny, Taeyong, Yuta, Doyoung, Jaehyun, Winwin, Jungwoo, Mark, and Haechan [119] • NCT Dream – Mark, [89] Renjun, Jeno, Haechan, Jaemin, Chenle, and Jisung [5] • WayV – Kun, Ten, Winwin, Lucas, Xiaojun, Hendery, and Yangyang [120] • WayV-Kun & Xiaojun – Kun, Xiaojun [102] • WayV-Ten & Yangyang – Ten, Yangyang [121] • WayV-Lucas & Hendery – Lucas, Hendery Discography See also: NCT videography TV series • Exo 90:2014 (Mnet) • Mickey Mouse Club (Disney Channel Korea) • NCT Life (Naver TV Cast, Oksusu, KBS Joy) • NCT World 2.0 (Mnet) [123] Radio show • NCT's Night Night (SBS) (Johnny and Jaehyun, plus Doyoung every Saturday broadcast) – The show ended in January 2019 due to NCT 127's first concert tour.

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Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization. • Privacy policy • About Wikipedia • Disclaimers • Contact Wikipedia • Mobile view • Developers • Statistics • Cookie statement • •KPOP OFFICIAL – Last Updated January 1, 2020 KST NCT (Hangul: 엔시티) is a Kpop boy group formed by SM Entertainment. Their name stands for the Hallyu localization project Neo Culture Technology, a term coined by their producer and SM founder Lee Soo-man to describe the group’s concept of having an unlimited number of members divided into multiple sub-units based in various cities worldwide.

The group consists of 21 members as of January 2019, aged from their late teens to mid-twenties. NCT first unit, NCT U, made a debut on April 9, 2016 with the digital singles “The 7th Sense” and “Without You.” The second unit NCT 127, based in Seoul, debuted on July 7, 2016, with the EP NCT #127. The third unit NCT Dream made their debut on August 24, 2016 with the digital single “Chewing Gum.” The fourth unit WayV, based in China, debuted on January 17, 2019 with the single album The Vision.

Table of Contents • 1. NCT Members Birthday Calendar Complete List • 2. NCT U Members Birthday Calendar • 3. NCT 127 Members Birthday Calendar • 4. NCT Dream Members Birthday Calendar • 5. WayV Members Birthday Calendar 1. NCT Members Birthday Calendar Complete List *sorted by month KUN January 1, 1996 LUCAS January 25, 1999 DOYOUNG February 1, 1996 JISUNG February 5, 2002 JOHNNY February 9, 1995 JAEHYUN February 14, 1997 JUNGWOO February 19, 1998 TEN February 27, 1996 RENJUN March 23, 2000 JENO April 23, 2000 HAECHAN June 6, 2000 TAEIL June 14, 1994 TAEYONG July 1, 1995 MARK August 2, 1999 XIAOJUN August 8, 1999 JAEMIN August 13, 2000 SUNGCHAN September 13, 2001 HENDERY September 28, 1999 YANGYANG October 10, 2000 YUTA October 26, 1995 WINWIN October 28, 1997 CHENLE November 22, 2001 SHOTARO November 25, 2000 2.

NCT U Members Birthday Calendar NCT U is the first subunit of the South Korean boy group NCT. The subunit made their debut on April 9, 2016 with the digital singles “The 7th Sense” and “Without You. The Members of this subunit change depending on who fits that concept. LUCAS January 25, 1999 DOYOUNG February 1, 1996 JAEHYUN February 14, 1997 JUNGWOO February 19, 1998 TEN February 27, 1996 HAECHAN June 6, 2000 TAEIL June 14, 1994 TAEYONG July 1, 1995 MARK August 2, 1999 WINWIN October 28, 1997 3.

Nct 127 comeback 2021 127 Members Birthday Calendar NCT 127 is the second sub-unit and Seoul-based unit of the South Korean boy group NCT with 10 members: Taeyong, Taeil, Yuta, Jaehyun, Winwin, Mark, Haechan, Johnny, Doyoung and Jungwoo.

DOYOUNG February 1, 1996 JOHNNY February 9, 1995 JAEHYUN February 14, 1997 JUNGWOO February 19, 1998 HAECHAN June 6, 2000 TAEIL June 14, 1994 TAEYONG July 1, 1995 MARK August 2, 1999 YUTA October 26, 1995 WINWIN October 28, 1997 4.

NCT Dream Members Birthday Calendar NCT Dream is the third sub-unit of South Korean boy group NCT. Initially, the group was set to follow an admission-graduation system, where the members graduate from the unit after reaching the Korean age of 20 (19 internationally). On April 14, 2020, it was announced that the graduation system would be removed and changed to a rotational system similar to NCT U with the seven original members.

The group debuted on August 25, 2016, with the single “Chewing Gum” and with seven members: Mark, Renjun, Jeno, Haechan, Jaemin, Chenle, and Jisung. JISUNG February 5, 2002 RENJUN March 23, 2000 JENO April 23, 2000 HAECHAN June 6, 2000 MARK August 2, 1999 JAEMIN August 13, 2000 CHENLE November 22, 2001 5. WayV Members Birthday Calendar WayV (Chinese: 威神V; Hanyu Pinyin: WēiShén V) is the fourth sub-unit and China-based unit of the South Korean boy group NCT.

The group has seven members: Hendery, Kun, Lucas, Ten, Winwin, Xiaojun, and Yangyang. KUN January 1, 1996 LUCAS January 25, 1999 TEN February 27, 1996 XIAOJUN August 8, 1999 HENDERY September 28, 1999 YANGYANG October 10, 2000 WINWIN October 28, 1997 When you login first time using a Social Login button, we collect your account public profile information shared by Social Login provider, based on your privacy settings. We also get your email address to automatically create an nct 127 comeback 2021 for you in our website.

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Sumario • 1 NCT • 2 Carrera • 2.1 Pre-Debut • 2.2 2016: Debut de la Primera Sub-Unidad 'NCT U' • 2.2.1 Debut de la Segunda Sub-Unidad 'NCT 127' • 2.2.2 Debut de la Tercera Sub-Unidad 'NCT Nct 127 comeback 2021 • 2.3 2017: Ingreso de Johnny y Do Young a Nct 127 comeback 2021 127 • 2.4 2018: Primer Álbum con NCT 2018, Ingreso de Lucas, Jung Woo, Kun y Regreso de Jae Min • 2.4.1 Ingreso de Jung Woo a Nct 127 comeback 2021 127 e Inactividad de Win Win en Dicha Unidad • 2.4.2 Salida de Mark de NCT Dream • 2.5 2019: Debut de 'WayV' • 2.6 2020: Re-Estructuración de NCT Dream y Regreso de Mark a Dicha Unidad • 2.6.1 Segundo Álbum como Grupo Completo "NCT 2020 Resonance Pt.

1" e Ingreso de Shotaro y Sung Chan • 2.6.2 Regreso con "NCT 2020 Resonance Pt. 2" • 2.7 2021: Regreso con su Tercer Álbum "NCT 2021 Universe" • 2.8 2022: Proyecto Digital "NCT Lab" • 3 Integrantes • 4 Discografía • 4.1 Álbum • 4.2 Digital Single • 5 Programas de TV • 6 Reality Show • 7 Premios • 8 Curiosidades • 9 Enlaces • 10 Galería • 11 Videografía NCT • Nombre: • NCT (Internacional).

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• 엔시티 (enssiti) en Corea. • エヌ・シー・ティ (Enushītī) en Japón. • ¿Por qué 'NCT'?: Son las siglas de "Neo Culture Technology". • Origen: Corea del Sur. • Número de Integrantes: Actualmente 23 chicos (10 coreanos, 6 chinos, 2 japoneses, 1 taiwanes, 1 hongkonés, 1 estadounidense, 1 canadiense y 1 tailandés) • Debut: • NCT U (09 Abril 2016) • NCT 127 (07 Julio 2016) • NCT Dream (24 Agosto 2016) • NCT 2018 (18 de Abril 2018) • WayV (17 Enero 2019) • NCT 2020 (12 Octubre 2020) • Nombre Fanclub Oficial: NCTzen.

• ¿Por qué 'NCTzen'?: Se pronuncia "CITIZEN", ciudadanos de la ciudad “N” de todo el mundo, somos ilimitados, no necesitamos correr, vamos solo a caminar. • Color oficial: Neo Pearl Champagne. • Agencia: SM Entertainment (Corea del Sur) • Sub-Unidades: • NCT U (2016) • NCT 127 (2016) • NCT Dream (2016) • WayV (2019) • Solistas: • Chen Le (2010) • Ten (2021) Carrera Pre-Debut Muchos miembros de NCT formaron parte entre 2013 y 2016 del proyecto pre-debut de SM Entertainment, SMROOKIES, donde trainees de la empresa participaban en eventos y publicaban presentaciones para mostrarse ante el público desde antes de su debut.

En enero de 2016, el fundador de la agencia de SM Entertainment, Lee Soo Man, en el “SMTown: New Culture Technology 2016”, anunció planes para el nuevo y esperado grupo de la agencia. Dijo: “Bajo la marca de ‘NCT (Neo Culture Technology)’ diferentes grupos debutarán en diferentes sitios alrededor del mundo”.

Habrá colaboraciones y unidades entre diferentes grupos, junto con movimiento de miembros a otros grupos, y también nuevos integrantes. No habrá un número de integrantes fijos en los grupos. Se espera que la primera unidad debute esta primavera (entre Marzo y Mayo), y que estén en Seúl y Japón para la primera mitad del año.

Por otra parte, otro grupo debutará y estará activo en China. Se espera que otros grupos se centren en el sureste de Asia y Latino-américa. Habrá varios grupos que tomen una canción y la canten en diferentes idiomas. Ese mismo día, fueron publicados los teasers, ' SM_NCT #1. The Origin' y ' SM_NCT #2. Synchronization of Your Dreams'. Aunque el primero es abstracto, el segundo teaser muestra a algunos integrantes de SMROOKIES bailando y mostrando sus habilidades.

Días más tarde publicaron el teaser ' SM_NCT #3. 7th Sense', donde podemos ver una presentación de baile de Win Win, 2016: Debut de la Primera Sub-Unidad ' NCT U' A partir del 3 al 7 de abril, SM Entertainment empezó a liberar teaser promocionales individuales presentando a seis miembros del nuevo grupo NCT, Mark, Ten, Tae Yong, Jae Hyun, Do Young y Taeil.

NCT U es una unidad rotatoria, es decir, cada canción puede ser interpretada por distintos miembros de NCT. La canción debut del grupo, ' The 7th Sense' fue lanzada el 9 de abril, interpretada por Taeyong, Doyoung, Ten, Jaehyun y Mark. El día siguiente fue lanzada ' Without You', interpretada por Taeil, Doyoung y Jaehyun. El 15 de abril, el grupo realizó su presentación debut en Music Bank (KBS) con ambas canciones.

Con 'Without You', el grupo debutó también en China, con una presentación en el “Top Chinese Music Awards”. La versión en chino de la canción cuenta con el integrante de SMROOKIES, Kun. Debut de la Segunda Sub-Unidad ' NCT 127' El 30 de junio, SM Entertainment reportó que estaba planeando el debut de la segunda sub-unidad del grupo para el 7 de julio del 2016, El 1 de julio, SM Entertainment actualizó su pagina oficial cambiando su diseño, junto con la imagen de un Planeta, el nombre de NCT y las coordenadas 127, después se reveló que la sub-unidad del grupo se llamaría NCT 127.

El número 127 hace referencia a la longitud de Seúl, ya que ésta es la unidad basada en esa ciudad, y su objetivo es expandir el K-Pop de Seúl (la capital de Corea y hogar del K-Pop) al resto del mundo. Del 2 al 4 de julio se revelaron las imágenes promocionales de los miembros de la unidad, siendo éstos Taeil, Taeyong, Yuta, Jaehyun, Win Win, Mark y Haechan. Este sería el segundo debut en NCT para Taeil, Taeyong, Jaehyun y Mark.

El 6 de julio, se compartió un teaser de su primer video musical, “Fire Truck”, que fue publicado al día siguiente. La pista es la canción principal del primer mini álbum del grupo, “NCT #127”, que fue lanzado el 10 de julio al mediodía KST.

“Fire Truck” es un tema influenciado por los géneros de hip hop y trap. Debut de la Tercera Sub-Unidad ' NCT Dream' El 19 de Agosto, SM Entertainment publicó una foto con el nombre de la siguiente sub-unidad de NCT, NCT Dream.

Desde ese día hasta el 23 de agosto se revelaron los teasers de los miembros que formarían parte de ella, Mark, Renjun, Jeno, Haechan, Jaemin, Chenle y Jisung. Esto marcaría el tercer debut en NCT para Mark, y el segundo para Haechan.

Renjun y Chenle serían los primeros miembros de NCT que no formaron parte previamente del proyecto SMROOKIES. NCT Dream fue formada por los miembros más jóvenes de NCT, todos adolescentes, y pensada con un concepto inicial de graduación. Es decir, los miembros debían graduarse al cumplir la mayoría de edad y dar lugar a nuevos integrantes.

El 22 de Agosto a las 9PM KST, se compartió el video teaser para su single debut “Chewing Gum”. Se reveló también que contaría con un video y versión en chino. El 24 de Nct 127 comeback 2021, fue publicado del MV de “Chewing Gum”. En vez de ir por un concepto maduro, el video musical refleja la joven edad de los miembros del grupo con un concepto de niños traviesos. El grupo adolescente es una explosión de energía, tan vibrante como el colorido vídeo musical. El grupo llevó a cabo su presentación de debut en el programa musical “M!

Countdown” el 25 de agosto. Inactividad de Jaemin El 1 de Diciembre, una fuente de SM Entertainment reveló que el integrante de NCT Dream, Jaemin, no asistiría a los “2016 MAMA” debido a que tenía que recibir tratamiento para su hernia de disco.

Esto dio inicio a un hiatus indefinido hasta que su condición mejorara. 2017: Ingreso de Johnny y Do Young a NCT 127 El 26 de Diciembre de 2016, NCT 127 se presentó en el evento SBS Gayo Daejun y se mostró un teaser de su próximo comeback el mes siguiente, en el que estarían incluidos Johnny y Doyoung.

Esto marcaría el esperado debut de Johnny en NCT y el segundo debut de Doyoung en el grupo. 2018: Primer Álbum con NCT 2018, Ingreso de Lucas, Jung Woo, Kun y Regreso de Jae Min El 30 de enero de 2018 SM Entertainment reveló el " NCT 2018 Yearbook #1", donde se pueden ver a todos los integrantes ya conocidos de NCT, además de los miembros de SMROOKIES Kun, Jungwoo y Lucas.

Ese día, Kun, Jungwoo y Lucas postearon mensajes en la cuenta de Twitter de SMROOKIES, agradeciendo el apoyo de los fans e informando que ya son miembros oficiales de NCT, lo que confirmó su pronto debut junto al resto de los miembros.

También Jaemin forma parte del video, lo que dió a entender su regreso a NCT después de una ausencia de año y medio debido a una hernia discal. Durante el VLive "Welcome NCT 2018" del 06 de febrero, con los 18 miembros oficiales, revelaron que pronto harían comeback con un nuevo álbum todos juntos, sin embargo no revelaron más detalles. Después de esto, SM Entertainment confirmó esto y también avisó que los miembros habían grabado un total de 6 videos, que despues se revelarían.

El álbum NCT 2018 EMPATHY nct 127 comeback 2021 con 6 canciones nuevas intrerpretadas por las diferentes unidades, mas las canciones previamente publicadas de NCT U y Ten. Los videos musicales de las nuevas canciones fueron revelados con aproximadamente una semana de diferencia, empezando el 19 de febrero con ' BOSS' de NCT U (interpretada por Taeyong, Doyoung, Jaehyun, Winwin, Jungwoo, Lucas y Mark); el 26 ' Baby Don't Stop' de NCT U (interpretada por Taeyong y Ten); el 4 de marzo ' GO' de NCT Dream; el 13 de ese mes, fue el turno de ' TOUCH' nct 127 comeback 2021 NCT 127.

El álbum completo fue lanzado al día siguiente, el 14 de marzo. Todas estas canciones contaron con 1 semana de promoción en shows musicales a medida que fueron saliendo, salvo 'TOUCH', que contó con 2. El 1 de abril se estrenó el MV para ' YESTODAY' de NCT U (interpretada por Taeyong, Doyoung, Lucas y Mark), que no tuvo promociones. Y finalmente el día 16 fue publicado a modo de cierre del proyecto el MV de ' Black on Black', donde bailan todos los miembros, y NCT 2018 tuvo su última semana de promociones.

Ingreso de Jung Woo a NCT 127 e Inactividad de Win Win en Dicha Unidad El 17 de septiembre, SM Entertainment reveló una imagen teaser de NCT 127 con 10 miembros, anunciando la adición de Jungwoo a la unidad en el comeback con el primer álbum de estudio del grupo.

Con el álbum repackage el 27 de noviembre, Winwin formó parte del video musical pero no de las escenas con coreografía. La agencia anunció que esto nct 127 comeback 2021 debía a que Winwin se estaba preparando para promociones en China, por lo que estaría ausente de las promociones del grupo. Si bien la agencia nunca especificó si su ausencia sería temporal o definitiva, Winwin no volvió a presentarse junto a NCT 127 luego del 31 de diciembre.

Salida de Mark de NCT Dream El 1 de diciembre, durante su concierto de variedades, el nct 127 comeback 2021 SHOW', los miembros de NCT Dream confirmaron que Mark se graduaría el 31 de ese mes, debido a que ya había cumplido la mayoría de edad. Desde el 1 de enero de 2019, Mark dejó de ser un miembro de dicha unidad.

2019: Debut de ' WayV' Previamente conocida como 'NCT China', el 31 de diciembre de 2018 SM Entertainment liberó la primera imagen teaser de WayV, revelando el nombre de la agrupación. Cuatro de los miembros de la unidad, Kun, Ten, Winwin y Lucas, ya se encontraban activos como miembros de NCT, mientras que los tres integrantes mas jóvenes, Xiaojun, Hendery y Yangyang habían sido presentados como miembros de SMROOKIES en julio de 2018. La unidad debutó el 17 de enero de 2019 con el single digital "The Vision", y la versión en chino de la canción "Regular" de NCT 127.

A pesar de todo esto, SM Entertainment anunció que WayV sería manejado por su nueva subsidiaria, 'Label V', y no fue introducida de forma oficial como unidad de NCT. 2020: Re-Estructuración de NCT Dream y Regreso de Mark a Dicha Unidad Fue anunciado que luego de su próximo álbum, NCT Dream sufriría una reorganización.

A partir de entonces, los siete miembros originales ( Mark, Renjun, Jeno, Haechan, Jaemin, Chenle y Jisung) continuarán usando el nombre de "NCT DREAM" pues esta se convierte en una unidad fija, aunque con el sistema de NCT U. Es decir, dependiendo del concepto de las canciones, los siete miembros irán rotando, o bien pueden participar todos ellos.

Segundo Álbum como Grupo Completo "NCT 2020 Resonance Pt. 1" e Ingreso de Shotaro y Sung Chan El 15 de septiembre, NCT anunció que tendría un nuevo proyecto: NCT 2020. Similar a su proyecto NCT 2018, combinaría a los miembros de las diversas sub-unidades en un álbum, que se lanzaría en octubre de 2020. El 20 de septiembre, se nct 127 comeback 2021 que el grupo lanzaría su segundo álbum, " NCT 2020 Resonance Pt.

1" el 12 de octubre, presentando oficialmente a WayV como subunidad de NCT (por lo tanto, se confirma como miembros de NCT a Hendery, Yang Yang y Xiao Jun) y 2 nuevos miembros, Shotaro y Sung Chan, quienes nct 127 comeback 2021 el futuro se unirían una nueva unidad de NCT. A diferencia de "NCT 2018 Empathy", "NCT 2020 Resonance Pt. 1", cuenta con sólo 2 canciones principales, interpretadas por diferentes alineaciones de NCT U.

El resto del álbum cuenta también con distintas combinaciones de NCT U, además de 3 canciones interpretadas por las otras sub-unidades ( NCT 127, NCT Dream y WayV). Previo al lanzamiento del álbum, se publicaron a modo de teasers, video-tracks para las canciones "Misfit" de NCT U (interpretada por Johnny, Taeyong, Mark, Hendery, Jeno, Yangyang y Sungchan), y "Déjà Vu" de NCT Dream (interpretada por los 7 miembros y marcando el regreso de Mark a la unidad) El video musical de la primera canción principal del álbum "Make A Wish (Birthday Song)" de NCT U (interpretada por Taeyong, Doyoung, Jaehyun, Lucas, Xiaojun, Jaemin y Shotaro) fue lanzado junto al álbum el 12 de octubre.

El video de la segunda canción principal, "From Home" de NCT U (interpretada por Taeil, Yuta, Kun, Doyoung, Renjun, Haechan y Chenle) fue publicado el 19 de ese mes. Regreso con "NCT 2020 Resonance Pt. 2" "NCT 2020 Resonance Pt. 2", es la segunda parte del segundo álbum de estudio de NCT. Siguiendo el formato de la primera parte, cuenta con 2 canciones principales de NCT U, además de 4 nuevas canciones con otras combinaciones de la misma unidad.

El video nct 127 comeback 2021 de la primera canción principal "90's Love" de NCT U (interpretada por Ten, Winwin, Mark, Jeno, Haechan, Yangyang y Sungchan), fue publicado junto al álbum el 23 de noviembre.

El 27 de ese mes, se estrenó el video musical de la segunda canción principal "Work It" de NCT U (interpretada por Johnny, Yuta, Ten, Jungwoo, Hendery, Jaemin y Jisung). A modo de cierre del proyecto, el 4 de diciembre se develó el video musical y el single digital de "RESONANCE" de NCT 2020, canción interpretada por los 23 miembros, que es una mezcla de las canciones del álbum "Raise The Roof", "Make A Wish (Birthday Song)", "90's Love" y "Work It".

2021: Regreso con su Tercer Álbum "NCT 2021 Universe" El 12 de Noviembre anunciaron su nct 127 comeback 2021 regreso con la imagen de un plano por armar a través de sus redes sociales.

Este proyecto, que agrupa nuevamente a todas las sub-unidades, será lanzado el día 14 de Diciembre. El álbum tendrá un total de 13 canciones de géneros variados entre los cuales "Universe (Let’s Play Ball)" y "Beautiful" serán las dos pistas principales. El lunes 05 revelaron la primera imagen conceptual grupal que muestra a 21 integrantes de NCT que formarán parte del proyecto, exceptuando a Win Win debido a que se está preparando para protagonizar un nct 127 comeback 2021 en China, y Lucas, que se mantiene inactivo desde Agosto del presente año.

La canción "Beautiful", nct 127 comeback 2021 por los 21 integrantes, es una balada pop que combina sonidos de piano y banda. La letra contiene un mensaje esperanzador y confortable para el mundo, además, los miembros: Johnny, Tae Yong, Mark, Hendery y Jeno participaron en la letra al escribir el rap mientras que "Universe (Let's Play Ball)" de NCT U (interpretada por Do Young, Jung Woo, Mark, Xiao Jun, Jeno, Hae Chan, Jae Min, Yang Yang y Shotaro) es una pista de baile R&B basada en hip-hop con un coro adictivo.

Contiene el mensaje de 'puedo hacer cualquier cosa si estoy contigo en mi mundo'. El 16 al 19 de Noviembre lanzaron las imágenes conceptuales individuales, y el sábado 20 otro conjunto de fotos grupales.

El 21 del mismo mes, la cuenta oficial de NCT en Twitter lanzó un vídeo teaser titulado "NCT 2021 YearDream: Stage 0 - The 7th Sense (The first encounter of a Dream)" que muestra a Tae Yong, Sung Chan y Shotaro en diferentes salas, de fondo se aprecia un fragmento de la canción debut de NCT U ( "The 7th Sense") y finaliza con Shotaro mirando hacia la pantalla.

El martes 23 subieron otro corto, esta vez titulado "NCT 2021 YearDream: Stage 3 - Synchronization of Dreams" donde hace aparición Hendery, Jae Min, Johnny, y nuevamente Shotaro y Sung Chan, cada uno despierta de 'su sueño' sin comprender muy bien lo que está ocurriendo.

El 25 y 27 de Noviembre subieron dos teasers más: "NCT 2021 YearDream: Stage 1 - Seeing Myself in a Dream" donde Ji Sung, Ren Jun, Do Young, Kun, Yang Yang y Hae Chan proyectan de alguna forma sus deseos más profundos. Tae Il y Yuta tratan de hacerse notar para Ten, Xiao Jun, Chen Le y Win Win puesto que cada uno se encuentra en 'su propio mundo' en "NCT 2021 YearDream: Stage 2 - Surfing in our Dreams". El lunes 29, lanzaron el último corto ( "NCT 2021 YearDream: Stage 4 - Resonance") en el que cada miembro da un breve resumen/opinión hacia los demás, finalizando con un plano general de todos los integrantes de NCT.

2022: Proyecto Digital "NCT Lab" En Enero, SM Entertainment anunció que NCT lanzaría un nuevo proyecto de la mano SM Station. La división de música digital de la compañía se encargará de NCT Lab, que permite a los integrantes del grupo lanzar proyectos musicales personales.

SM ha compartido que a través de NCT Lab, los miembros de NCT pueden lanzar música en solitario, hacer proyectos de sub-unidades con otros miembros, lanzar mixtapes, canciones hechas por ellos mismos y más. Se anunció también que el miembro que estrenaría NCT Lab sería Mark, con el single digital nct 127 comeback 2021, que fue lanzado el 4 de Febrero. Mark participó en la composición y la letra de “Child”, que es una canción de hip hop con sonidos únicos de sintetizador de bajo y guitarra eléctrica.

La letra comparte los pensamientos honestos de Mark mientras nct 127 comeback 2021 sobre sí mismo. Integrantes De izquierda a derecha: Atrás: Yang Yang, Do Young, Hae Chan, Win Win, Yuta, Kun, Tae Il & Hendery En medio: Ji Sung, Shotaro, Jae Hyun, Ten, Sung Chan & Johnny Adelante: Ren Jun, Xiao Jun, Mark, Jae Min, Tae Yong, Lucas, Jeno, Jung Woo nct 127 comeback 2021 Chen Le • Tae Il (Vocalista y Bailarín) • Johnny (Rapero, Vocalista y Bailarín) • Tae Yong (Líder, Rapero, Vocalista y Bailarín) • Yuta (Vocalista, Rapero y Bailarín) • Kun (Vocalista y Bailarín) • Do Young (Vocalista y Bailarín) • Ten (Vocalista, Rapero y Bailarín) • Jae Hyun (Vocalista, Rapero y Bailarín) • Win Win (Rapero, Vocalista y Bailarín) • Jung Woo (Vocalista y Bailarín) • Lucas (Rapero y Bailarín) • Mark (Rapero, Vocalista y Bailarín) • Xiao Jun (Vocalista y Bailarín) • Hendery (Rapero, Vocalista y Bailarín) • Ren Jun (Vocalista y Bailarín) • Jeno (Rapero, Vocalista y Bailarín) • Hae Chan (Vocalista y Bailarín) • Jae Min (Rapero, Vocalista y Bailarín) • Yang Yang (Rapero, Vocalista y Bailarín) • Shotaro (Rapero, Vocalista y Bailarín) • Sung Chan (Rapero, Vocalista y Bailarín) • Chen Le (Vocalista y Bailarín) • Ji Sung (Rapero, Vocalista, Bailarín y Maknae) Discografía Álbum Álbum Información Lista de canciones NCT 2018 EMPATHY Fecha de lanzamiento 14-Marzo-2018 • INTRO : Neo Got My Back (NCT 2018) • BOSS ( NCT U) • Baby Don’t Stop ( NCT U) • GO ( NCT DREAM) • TOUCH ( NCT 127) • YESTODAY ( NCT U) • Black on Black (NCT 2018) • 텐데···(Timeless) ( NCT U) • The 7th Sense ( NCT U) • WITHOUT YOU ( NCT U) • WITHOUT YOU [Chinese Ver.] ( NCT U) • Dream In A Dream ( Ten) • OUTRO: VISION (NCT 2018) nct 127 comeback 2021 YESTODAY (Extended Ver.) (Bonus Track) ( NCT U) NCT RESONANCE Pt.

1 Fecha de lanzamiento 12-Octubre-2020 • Make A Wish (Birthday Song) ( NCT U) • Misfit ( NCT U) • Volcano ( NCT U) • 백열등 (Light Bulb) ( NCT U) • Dancing In The Rain ( NCT U) • Interlude: Past to Present ( NCT U) • 무대로 (Déjà Vu; 舞代路) ( NCT DREAM) • 月之迷 (Nectar) ( WayV) • Music, Dance ( NCT 127) • 피아노 (Faded In My Last Song) ( NCT U) • From Home ( NCT U) • From Home (Korean Ver.) ( NCT U) • Make A Wish (Birthday Song) (English Ver.) ( NCT U) NCT RESONANCE Pt.

2 Nct 127 comeback 2021 de lanzamiento 23-Noviembre-2020 • 90's Love ( NCT U) • Misfit ( NCT U) • Raise The Roof ( NCT U) • Volcano ( NCT U) • 백열등 (Light Bulb) ( NCT U) • Dancing In The Rain ( NCT U) • My Everything ( NCT U) • Interlude: Past to Present ( NCT U) • Make A Wish (Birthday Song) ( NCT U) • 무대로 (Déjà Vu; 舞代路) ( NCT DREAM) • 月之迷 (Nectar) ( WayV) • Music, Dance ( NCT 127) • 피아노 (Faded In My Last Song) ( NCT U) • From Home ( NCT U) • From Home (Korean Ver.) ( NCT U) • Make A Nct 127 comeback 2021 (Birthday Song) (English Ver.) ( NCT U) • Interlude: Present to Future ( NCT U) • Work It ( NCT U) • 단잠 (All About You) ( NCT U) • I.O.U ( Nct 127 comeback 2021 U) • Outro: Dream Routine ( NCT U) Universe Fecha de lanzamiento 14-Diciembre-2021 • New Axis ( NCT U) • Universe (Let’s Play Ball) ( NCT U) • Earthquake ( NCT 127) • OK!

( NCT U) • Birthday Party ( NCT U) • Know Now ( NCT U) • Dreaming ( NCT DREAM) • Round&Round ( NCT U) • Miracle ( WayV) • Vroom ( NCT U) • Sweet Dream ( NCT U) • 별자리 (Good Night) ( NCT U) • Beautiful (NCT 2021) Digital Single Single Información Lista de canciones Trolls & SM Station Fecha de lanzamiento 13-Diciembre-2018 • Hair in the Air (Cantada por Yeri, Ren Jun, Jeno, Jae Min) • Best Day Ever (Cantada por Hae Chan, Chen Le, Ji Sung) RESONANCE Fecha de lanzamiento 04-Diciembre-2020 • RESONANCE iScreaM Vol.6: Make A Wish / 90's Love Remix Fecha de lanzamiento 17-Diciembre-2020 • Make A Wish (Birthday Song) [Wuki Remix] • 90's Love (SQUAR Remix) Programas de TV • Master in the nct 127 comeback 2021 (SBS, 2018) • Weekly Idol (MBC Every, 21.03.2018) NCT 2018 Reality Show • NCT Life: in Gapyeong (2021, Seezn) • NCT WORLD 2.0 (2020, Mnet) • NCT Life: DREAM in Wonderland (2020, Seezn) • NCT Life: in Chuncheon & Hongcheon (2019, V-app) • NCT Life: Hot & Young Seoul Trip (2018, V-app) • NCT Life: in Osaka (2017, Oksusu) • NCT Life: in Chiang Mai (2017, Naver TV) • NCT Life: Entertainment Retreat (2017, V-app) • NCT Life: K-Food King Challenge (2016, V-app) • NCT Life: in Paju (2016, Naver TV) • NCT Life: in Seoul (2016, Naver TV) • NCT Life: in Bangkok (2016, Naver TV) SR16B Premios Año Premio 2017 • 10th Anniversary KMF 2017: Best Rookies Award 2018 • 2019 ATKP X IDOLCHAMP Awards: The Grand Prize of ATKP 2019 • 14th Annual Soompi Awards: Twitter Rising Fandom • 14th Annual Soompi Awards: Breakout Artist • V Live Awards V HEARTBEAT: Global Top 12 2020 • Asia Artist Awards: Album of the Year (Daesang) • 22nd Mnet Asian Music Awards: Worldwide Fans Choice Award Top 10 2021 • Golden Disc Awards: Bonsang (Album) • 10th Gaon Chart Music Awards: World K-Pop Star Award • 10th Gaon Chart Music Awards: Top-Kit Seller of the Year (Kihno Album Version) • APAN Music Awards: Best Icon • HallyuLife Awards: HallyuLife Global Fans Choice • Mubeat Awards: Artist of the Year Curiosidades • Los integrantes ya debutados fueron parte de la SMROOKIES, mientras que los otros que aún no lo han hecho siguen estando allí.

• Yuta, Taeyong y Do Young fueron modelos de la marca DESIGN UNITED por un contrato de seis meses en el 2016, ellos modelaron para las colecciones de primavera y verano de ese año. • Ya se ha podido apreciar las colaboraciones entre sub-unidades con la ayuda de Kun y Win Win en las actuaciones de China y en la canción "Without You" en versión china, donde Kun participa en la canción.

• La primera actividad de NCT (NCT U, Win Win y Kun) ha sido en Top Chinese Music Awards 2016. Representaron a la agencia junto con Lee Soo Man y EXO.

• Mark y Tae Yong participaron en la composición de "The 7th Sense". • Se dice que aparte de los integrantes que aún no debutan, hay otros nct 127 comeback 2021 que aún no son revelados.

• En los 2016 Gayo Daejun, se reveló que NCT 127 haría comeback, agregando 2 nuevos miembros a la sub-unidad: Do Young y Johnny. • La agencia pidió ayuda a las fans para dar ideas para el nombre del fandom, por lo que fue posible enviar ideas a la página oficial de NCT, la ganadora recibió un premio especial por parte de NCT.

• El 12 de Junio del 2017 a través de su canal en la V-app, revelaron el nombre del fandom junto a todos los miembros de NCT, el cual es NCTzen.

• NCT127 batió su record consiguiendo 6M de visualizaciones con "Cherry Bomb" en una semana. • El 24 de Septiembre del 2017, NCT recibe su primer premio como grupo completo (Best Rookies Award) en el 10th Anniversary KMF 2017. • El 31 de Enero Lucas, Kun y Jung Woo fueron presentados oficialmente como miembros de NCT a través de la cuenta de twitter de SMRookies.

• El 31 de Enero de 2018, nct 127 comeback 2021 cuenta oficial de NCT en Instagram fue creada, contando con 9 publicaciones que formaban las palabra NCT 2018. • El 18 de Febrero de 2018, SMTOWN publicó "BOSS" ( NCT U), en el cual se ve la participación de los nuevos integrantes en la sub unidad: Lucas y Jung Woo, además de Win Win.

• Están nominados en los TRENDING MUSIC AWARS 2018, en las categorías de Best New Artist y Best Kpop Male Group. • "Go Up", el próximo comeback de NCT Dream, será el último de Mark como integrante de esta sub-unidad. • El 14 de Noviembre de 2018 NCT se clasifica en 9no lugar en la lista de GAON "KPOP Group Million Sellers". Dicha lista refleja las ventas desde el 2010 en adelante siendo NCT el segundo grupo más joven en entrar vendiendo un total de 1.3 millones de copias en dicha plataforma a sólo dos años de su debut.

• El 29 de Noviembre de 2018 12 de los 18 miembros de NCT entran en la lista de Tumblr "50 Most Popular Kpop Stars in 2018". • El 19 de Diciembre de 2018 la SM anuncia a través de un comunicado oficial que Haechan entrará en un periodo de descanso debido a una lesión en su pierna derecha, la misma que se hizo mientras se encontraba practicando para una presentación. • El 31 de Diciembre de 2018 la SM presenta el grupo chino con miembros de NCT, WayV, la cuál debuta en Enero de 2019.

• El 31 de Diciembre de 2018 la SM presentó oficialmente a Hendery, Xiao Jun y Yang Yang como miembros de WayV. • En el teaser para el segundo álbum de NCT con todos sus miembros, se presenta a WayV oficialmente como una sub-unidad del grupo. • RESONANCE PT.1 ocupa el puesto #4 del Gaon Album Chart (Yearly 2020) con 1,289,594 copias. • RESONANCE PT.2 ocupa el puesto #9 del Gaon Album Chart (Yearly 2020) con 791,590 copias.

• Todas sub-unidades de NCT combinadas han sobrepasado las 7,4 millones copias vendidas (Gaon + Oricon). • "NCT RESONANCE Pt. 1" recibe certificación en Gaon por vender 1.000.000 de unidades. • "NCT RESONANCE Pt. 2" recibe certificación en Gaon por vender 1.000.000 de unidades. • "NCT 2018 EMPATHY" ha sido certificado doble Platino en Gaon por vender más de 500.000 unidades. • "NCT RESONANCE Pt. 2 (Kit Album)" ha sido certificado Platino en Gaon por vender más de 250.000 unidades.

• "Universe" recibe certificación en Gaon por vender 1.000.000 de unidades. Enlaces • Sitio Oficial • Twitter Oficial • Twitter Oficial Japón • Facebook Oficial • Instagram Oficial • YouTube Oficial • YouTube Oficial Personal • YouTube Oficial Danza • YouTube Oficial Música • V Live Oficial • TikTok Oficial • Weibo Oficial Galería
• "Universe (Let's Play Ball)" Released: December 10, 2021 • "Beautiful" Released: December 14, 2021 Universe is the third studio album and ninth album nct 127 comeback 2021 by South Korean boy band NCT.

It was released on December 14, 2021, by SM Entertainment. Similar to their previous releases NCT 2018 Empathy and NCT 2020 Resonance, NCT 2021 Universe is part of "NCT 2021" project; which saw all current NCT members from several units collaborating on a full-length release. This time, the album features 21 out of 23 members from three current units of NCT; NCT 127, NCT Dream, and WayV.

Members Lucas and Winwin were unable to participate. [2] [3] Contents • 1 Background and release • 2 Commercial performance • 3 Accolades • 4 Track listing • 5 Personnel • 5.1 Locations • 6 Charts • 6.1 Weekly charts • 6.2 Monthly charts • 6.3 Year-end nct 127 comeback 2021 • 7 Certification and sales • 8 References Background and release [ edit ] On November 13, 2021, it was announced that NCT would reunite for a third time as NCT 2021 following their second full group project, NCT 2020 Resonance, in 2020.

Five teaser videos, titled "NCT 2021 YearDream" and each labeled from Stage 0 through Stage 4, were released between November 21 and November 29. NCT groups NCT 127, NCT Dream, and WayV were confirmed to participate in Universe, with WayV's Winwin and Lucas being absent nct 127 comeback 2021 the project. NCT released track videos for "Dreaming", "Miracle", and "Earthquake", by NCT Dream, WayV, and NCT 127, respectively.

The music video nct 127 comeback 2021 "Universe (Let's Play Ball)" was released on December 10. The music video for "Beautiful" was released alongside the album itself on December 14. [4] Commercial performance [ edit ] Universe surpassed more than 1.7 million pre-orders on the day of release, breaking their previous record of 1.1 million pre-orders for NCT 2020 Resonance Pt.1 [5] Accolades [ edit ] Music program awards for "Universe (Let's Play Ball)" Program Date (3 total) Ref. Music Bank December 24, 2021 [6] December 31, 2022 [7] January nct 127 comeback 2021, 2022 [8] Year-end lists Critic/Publication List Work Rank Ref.

Los Angeles Times The 100 best songs of 2021 "OK!" 47 [9] Track listing [ edit ] Universe track listing No. Title Lyrics Music Arrangement Length 1. "New Axis" (NCT U) (sung by Taeyong, Mark nct 127 comeback 2021 Yangyang) • Greg Bonnick • Hayden Chapman • Justin Starling • Jeffrey Okyere-Twumasi • Adrian McKinnon LDN Noise 3:10 10. "Vroom" (NCT U) (sung by Kun, Jaehyun, Jungwoo, Hendery, Shotaro, Chenle and Jisung) Song Yoo (Joombas) samUIL samUIL 3:45 11.

"Sweet Dream" (NCT U) (sung by Taeil, Kun, Jaehyun, Haechan and Chenle) • Rick Bridges – vocal director (track 1, 5), background vocals (track 1, 5) • GDLO – vocal director (track 2, 5) • Ju Chan-yang (Pollen) – vocal director (track 3, 10), background vocals (track 3) • G-high – vocal director (track 6) • Seo Mi-rae (Butterfly) – vocal director (track 7, 10), pro tools operator (track 7, 10) • Ju Dae-gwan – vocal director (track 8), pro tools operator (track 8) • Noday – vocal director (track 8-9), background vocals (track 10) • minGtion – vocal director (track 11), piano (track 11), bass (track 11), recording (track 11), digital editing (track 11) • Jisoo Park – vocal director (track 12), background vocals (track 12) • Yoo Young-jin – vocal director (track 13), background vocals (track 13), digital editing (track 13), engineered for mix (track 13), mixing (track 13) • NCT – vocals, background vocals • Taeil – vocals (track 3, 8, 11, 12-13), background vocals (track 8, 13) • Johnny – vocals (track 3, 5-6, 13), background vocals (track 13) • Taeyong – vocals (track 1, 3-4, 13), background vocals (track 13) • Yuta – vocals (track 3-5, 13), background vocals (track 4, 13) • Kun – vocals (track 9-11, 13), background vocals (track 13) • Doyoung – vocals (track 2-3, 5-6, 12-13), background vocals (track 13) • Ten – vocals (track 4, 8-9, 13), background vocals (track 2, 4, 13) • Jaehyun – vocals (track 3, 8, 10-11, 13), background vocals (track 13) • Jungwoo – vocals (track 2-3, 5, 10, 13), background vocals (track 13) • Mark – vocals (track 1-4, 6-7, 13), background vocals (track 4, 13), rap making (track 2, 6) • Xiaojun – vocals (track 2, 8-9, 12-13), background vocals (track 2, 13) • Hendery – vocals (track 4-5, 9-10, 13), background vocals (track 13) • Renjun – vocals (track 6-7, 12-13), background vocals (track 13) • Jeno – vocals (track 2, 4, 6-7, 13), background vocals (track 4, 13) • Haechan – vocals (track 2-3, 7-8, 11, 13), background vocals (track 8, 13) • Jaemin – vocals (track 2, 5-7, 13), background vocals (track 13) • Yangyang – vocals (track 1-2, 4, 6, 9, 13), background vocals (track 1, 4, 13) • Shotaro – vocals (track 2, 5, 10, 13), background vocals (track 13) • Sungchan – vocals (track 6, 8, 13), background vocals (track 13) • Chenle – vocals (track 5, 7, 10-11, 13), background vocals (track 5, 13) • Jisung – vocals (track 5, 7, 10, 13), background vocals (track 5, 13) • Junny – background vocals (track 2, 7, 11) • Ebenezer – background vocals (track 3) • Kenzie – background vocals (track 4) • Oiaisle – background vocals (track 6) • MarcLo – background vocals (track 6) • Dwilly – background vocals (track 6) • Justin Starling – background vocals (track 9) • Jeffrey Okyere-Twumasi – background vocals (track 9) • Adrian McKinnon – background vocals (track 9) • No Min-ji – recording (track 1-2, 4, 7-8, 12), digital editing (track 1-2, 4-5, 10), engineered for mix (track 10) • Kang Eun-ji – recording (track 2-3, 5, 10-12), digital editing (track 3, 6), engineered for mix (track 3-4, 6, 12) • Lee Min-gyu – recording (track 6, 12), mixing (track 6, 8, 10), engineered for mix (track 11) • Jung Yu-ra – recording (track 7, 9, 12), engineered for mix (track 8), digital editing (track 12) • Xu Tian Hong – recording (track 8-9) • On Seong-yun – recording (track 9) • Jung Ho-jin – digital editing (track 2, 5, 9) • Kwon Yu-jin – digital editing (track 7-8), recording (track 8, 10-11) • Lee Ji-hong – engineered for mix (track 5, 9), mixing (track 9, 12) • Jung Ui-seok – mixing (track 1, 3-4) • Nam Gung-jin – mixing (track 5, 7) • Kim Cheol-sun – mixing (track 2, 10) Locations [ edit ] Recording • SM Yellow Tail Studio • SM SSAM Studio • SM Big Shot Studio • SM Starlight Studio • doobdoob studio • Studio21A • sound POOL Studios • SM BOOMINGSYSTEM Editing • SM Yellow Tail Studio • SM SSAM Studio • doobdoob Studio • sound POOL Studios • SM Starlight Studio • SM BOOMINGSYSTEM Mixing • SM Blue Cup Studio • SM Blue Ocean Studio • SM SSAM Studio • SM Concert Hall Studio • SM Big Shot Studio • SM LVYIN Studio • SM Starlight Studio • SM BOOMINGSYSTEM Charts [ edit ] Weekly charts [ edit ] Weekly chart performance for Universe Chart (2021–2022) Peak position Belgian Albums ( Ultratop Flanders) [12] 95 Belgian Albums ( Ultratop Wallonia) [13] 177 Croatian International Albums ( HDU) [14] 22 Finnish Albums ( Suomen virallinen lista) [15] 41 Japanese Albums ( Oricon) [16] 1 Japanese Hot Albums ( Billboard Japan) [17] 1 South Korean Albums ( Gaon) [18] 1 US Billboard 200 [19] 20 US World Albums ( Billboard) [20] 1 Monthly charts [ edit ] Monthly chart performance for Universe Chart (2021) Peak position South Korean Albums ( Gaon) [21] 1 Japanese Albums ( Oricon) [22] 14 Year-end charts [ edit ] Year-end chart performance for Universe Chart (2021) Position South Korean Albums ( Gaon) nct 127 comeback 2021 5 Certification and sales [ edit ] Certifications and sales for Universe Region Certification Certified units/sales South Korea ( KMCA) [25] Million 1,827,265 [24] Japan — 10,806 [26] References [ edit ] • ^ Adhya, Arpita (December 14, 2021).

"NCT 2021 'Universe' album: Airtime, tracklist and subunits explored". HITC. Archived from the original on December 14, 2021. Retrieved December 16, 2021. • ^ Woo, Bin (November 12, 2021). "[공식] NCT, 1년 2개월 만에 뭉쳤다…12월 14일 정규 3집 발매" [[Official] NCT, reunited after 1 year and 2 months. 3rd full album release on December 14th].

Tenasia (in Korean). Retrieved December 5, 2021 – via Naver. • ^ Jeon, Hyo-jin (December 3, 2021). " '2021 MAMA' NCT, '유니버스' 무대 최초 공개" ['2021 MAMA' NCT unveils 'Universe' stage for the first time].

The Dong-a Ilbo (in Korean). Archived from the original on December 2, 2021. Retrieved December 5, 2021. • ^ Ha, Na-young (December 14, 2021). "[오늘노래] NCT 21명의 다채로운 조합 nct 127 comeback 2021 수 있는, 'UNIVERSE' ". Digital Chosun Ilbo (in Korean). Retrieved December 29, 2021. • ^ "NCT 'Universe' 선주문량 170만장 돌파.강력한 브랜드 파워". Newsen (in Korean). December 14, 2021.

Retrieved December 14, 2021. • ^ Ji, Min-kyung (December 26, 2021). "NCT, 오늘(26일) 'Beautiful' 퍼포먼스 스테이지 공개.희망찬 에너지" [NCT unveils 'Beautiful' performance stage today (26th). Hopeful energy]. OSEN (in Korean). Archived from the original on December 26, 2021.

Retrieved January 7, 2022. • ^ "12월 5주순위". KBS (in Korean). December 31, 2021. Archived from the original on December nct 127 comeback 2021, 2021. • ^ Lee, Seung-hoon (January 7, 2022). " '뮤뱅' NCT U, 'Universe'로 1위.쪼꼬미⋅원위 컴백→하이키⋅케플러 데뷔[종합]" ['Mubang' NCT U, 1st place with 'Universe'.Jokomi・Onewe comeback→Highkey・Kepler debut [comprehensive]].

OSEN (in Korean). Archived from the original on January 7, 2022. Retrieved January 7, 2022. • ^ Brown, August; Exposito, Suzy; Roberts, Randall; Wood, Mikael (December 20, 2021). "The 100 best songs of 2021". Los Angeles Times.

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At this point, I’ve given up on NCT’s title tracks delivering anything beyond the same ‘shout over bass-heavy distortion’ schtick.

So, I’ll temper my thoughts with this in mind. Comparing a song like Glitch Mode (버퍼링) to My First And Last, Superhuman or Highway To Heaven is useless. They’re not even trying to do the same thing. Still, who would’ve thought the quirky hoverboard boys of Chewing Gum would end up here? To me, Glitch Mode feels like an arcade-themed version of last year’s Hot Sauce.

It’s chanty, repetitive and delivered without restraint or nuance. Though I would have preferred more sung melody, this works well as a hip-hop track.

But, the performance feels quite grating. There’s A LOT OF SHOUTING – even more than usual. Dream would have been more successful to focus on flow and clever interplay. Instead, they just make their voices louder and louder. It’s boring. Thankfully, Glitch Mode’s instrumental injects some diverse textures. The bulk of the track is standard NCT, heavy on the bass and filled with fitful percussion.

The arrangement leverages moments of harmony to add warmth to this otherwise cold backdrop. Then, rock guitar emerges during the bridge. This dance break rips the song right open, offering far more dynamic energy than what’s come before. If NCT are going to shout over everything, they need this style of instrumental to match that intensity. Unfortunately, it’s a brief affectation rather than a guide for the entire production.

The rest of Glitch Mode is business as usual. Hooks 7 Production 8 Longevity 8 Bias 7 RATING 7.5 This weekend, Saturday morning, I had no milk. How am I supposed to make the weekend muffins / waffles / pancakes / etc without milk? So I went to closet where I have all the quarantine nuclear dawn supply chain stash of supplies.

Its like I have my own dry goods store up there, including enough tinned nct 127 comeback 2021 beans for a family reunion. And there were several tins of sweetened condensed milk, like was I planning on making three pumpkin pies or something. Saturday morning is saved. Sweetened condensed milk is delish. A spoonful in coffee, omg, yes. Like this song.

Its like SM reached up to the cupboard for the stuff still on the shelf after a year, and it is still delish. Or at least, it works, it will do just fine. It sounds to me like it fits in nicely alongside Hello Future and Ridin. This one is a yes from me. On a related note, I just discovered that there is a remix album of “Ridin”. Also, yes, for me.

Like Liked by 6 people yo i am so sick of boy groups shouting at me all the time. like i know that it is, at this point, nct’s thing, but i’m kind of done. also, that hair on mark….come on now.

come on. the vocal portions are great, which makes the shouty rap even more jarring. and their many wonderful previous songs, which have informed us all that they can do much better, make it more disappointing.

this one gets a big yikes from me. Like Liked by 2 people I dunno but SM got some serious problem choosing a good song for a title track. Give “Fire Alarm” a listen, now that’s some good title track material right there! I really wish they chose that song as title, because Glitch Mode is just so forgettable and not catchy at all 😦 The rest of the album is pretty good though Like Liked by 1 person I love the dance break so glad rock guitar seems to be the next trend on the horizon.

I’ve accepted NCT is one of those groups that Nick and I are never going to agree on (for one I’ll love Sticker to nct 127 comeback 2021 day I die) but I’m not really into the looking back thing. I don’t expect a Chewing Gum out of these twenty somethings and my problem with Glitch Mode is that they should have nct 127 comeback 2021 weirder not reheated early 10s Shinee leftovers like the songs mentioned are.

The dance break is the closest to getting there and it depends on how much I love that on whether the song will go up and down in my view in the coming days. Anyway it’s been a while since I was on here. It happens I guess.

Keep on keeping on. Like Liked by 3 people It’s like a fusion of MCND Ice Age and GOT the beat Step Back, and sadly, one that doesn’t work for the most nct 127 comeback 2021. I usually like even the most polarizing of NCT tracks, but this is a no. The pre chorus is nice, the verses are not, and the over repetitiveness of the chorus feels flat. The only moments that work are the ends of each chorus whee it actually sounds like a chorus and that freaking bridge, dude, who came up with that….?

The chorus felt like a such a big disappointment, especially right after the guitar had ripped the song open.

7.25 for me. I am really disappointed this time, especially because my expectation were high as the name Glitch Mode seemed to point to something like Superhuna Like Like Really surprising myself here by potentially playlisting this lol. It’s still not really for me, but I like it better than their other iterations of the same thing – it definitely works better than Hot Sauce, which for me was particularly nauseating to the ears.

Either way, I am very over the chanting. Also, I don’t really mind Mark’s hair here 😂 I mean, it looked a bit weird in the teasers, but it’s not really all that bad – it could be worse, as Myma pointed out haha Like Liked by 1 person Really not sure how I feel about this one on first listen I neither love it nor hate it. There’s elements I like and some I don’t.

So I think I am just going to have to wait and see how it ages to see which side wins out. On first listen the album seems pretty good. They really played with the whole video game theme in the B-sides. I swear I think the opening three note motif in Better Than Gold is straight out of Mario Kart. In particular I really like Nct 127 comeback 2021 Bear (those vocals!), Drive, and Better Than Gold.

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