SM Entertainment has announced that K-pop boy group NCT DREAM is reorganising its team structure.
NCT DREAM originally debuted as the NCT unit with members under the age of 20. When members reached 20 years old, they graduated from the group. So far, this has seen Mark Lee move on from the team.
Now SM Entertainment has confirmed that following the next NCT DREAM comeback, the group will be reorganised to an NCT U-like formation with all seven original members.
Rather than graduating, the group will now be a permanent seven, who take part in rotational promotions.
NCT DREAM will be making a comeback with album Reload on April 29 as six members: Renjun, Haechan, Jeno, Jaemin, Chenle and Jisung.
Furthermore, Renjun, Jeno, Jaemin, Chenle and Jisung will join new NCT teams that are to be launched in the future. It's expected those teams will carry out global promotions.
Read the statement here.
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