NCT Dream Drops Teaser for their May Comeback

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NCT Dream members

SM Entertainment NCT’s younger sub-unit NCT Dream has announced its summer comeback, and NCTzens are overjoyed. Their last album Glitch Mode came out in February 2022. The new repackaged album is called “Beat Box”. Their official Twitter handle and Instagram handle posted a schedule poster for the latest NCT Dream comeback.

The news of the comeback has come as a pleasant surprise for the fans. NCT as a group hasn’t had a comeback for long. So, getting a comeback from the sub-unit is exciting as new content will be released.

NCT Dream is a subunit originally based on the age graduation system. They began as a teenagers-only sub-unit of NCT, wherein the members will graduate as soon as they turn adults. But that system got abolished recently. If you want to know more about Dream’s comeback and the group in general, read ahead.

NCT Dream announces comeback with new schedule poster

Out of all the NCT subunits, NCT Dream is probably the one that keeps its fans engaged with new content. They finished Glitch Mode’s promotional events a while back, and are already ready with another new album. The boys are very active on the internet and post concept photos and behind the scenes from their shoots. Undoubtedly, NCTzens really is a well-fed fandom.

The official social media handles of NCT Dream have posted a schedule starting from 14 May which will end with the music video release on 30 May. The schedule looks funky and it seems as if all members have contributed to the album in some way.  Meanwhile, see the motion logo here.

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NCT Dream schedule poster cr: @NCTsmtown_DREAM

Who are the NCT Dream members?

NCT Dream debuted as a subunit of the 23-member group NCT. NCT essentially has 4 sub-units namely NCT 127, NCT U, NCT Dream, and Chinese sub unit WayV. Dream debuted in 2016 with 7 members, Mark, Renjun, Jeno, Haechan, Jaemin, Chenle, and Jisung. All of the members were quite active in the K-Pop scene even before their official debut. 5 of them were part of SM Rookies

Mark, the first of the lot to join SM is a Canadian rapper and singer. Apart from NCT, he’s also a member of SM’s supergroup SuperM, which has some prominent SM Entertainment idols.

Renjun is a Chinese singer and a part of NCT Dream and NCT U. Meanwhile Jeno is a South Korean singer and rapper and was a part of SM Rookies. A fun fact about Jeno is that he appeared on Korea’s Disney Channel’s The Mickey Mouse Club along with his members.

Next, we have Haechan, who is the lead vocalist of NCT127, NCT U, and NCT Dream. Haechan’s vocals are truly dreamy and never fail to amaze the fans and non-fans equally. The next member Jaemin was also a part of SM Rookies. Jaemin lost some of his time in the group because of his multiple injuries. But now he’s fine and is actively functioning as a member of Dream.

Chenle is a Chinese singer and actor too. Chenle has achieved many feats as a child singer such as being the youngest member to be invited to perform at the Golden Hall of Vienna. Last but not the least, we have Jisung, the maknae of the group. His position is that of the main dancer, vocalist, and rapper. He is currently a part of NCT Dream and NCT U.

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NCT Dream members (from left to right): Renjun, Jeno, Jaemin, Mark, Jisung, Haechan and Chenle

NCT Dream and its endeavors

Dream sub-unit debuted in 2016 with the single Chewing Gum. The song upon its debut broke several records. The group released its debut album in 2017, called “The First”. Following the group’s original system of graduation, Mark graduated in 2019.

In 2019, NCT Dream collaborated with singer HRVY for the song “Don’t Need Your Love” which helped them gain worldwide recognition. The young h boys have also been listed in Billboard’s 21 under 21 list 2 times consecutively.

In 2020, SM Entertainment decided to abolish the graduation system and Mark made a comeback as an NCT Dream once again with NCT 2020 Resonance. “Hot Sauce” marks their first studio album as a septet and the pre-order sales were off the roof.

This year, on 30 May 2022, the boys are blessing us with a repackage of their second studio album, “Glitch Mode” which came out in February 2022. Stay tuned for NCT Dream’s new music and watch them break and create many more new records!

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