NCT members plan debut solo concerts in Japan and South Korea; DEETS Inside

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On June 7, NCT thrilled fans with the news of their upcoming performance shows in Korea and Japan. Scheduled to take place from August, these shows will mark a significant milestone for the group as they perform together as a full group. NCT will kick off their in-person shows in Incheon, South Korea on August 26, followed by shows in Osaka, Japan on September 9 and 10, and Tokyo on September 16 and 17. The performances will showcase each subgroup within NCT, including NCT 127, NCT Dream, WayV, and NCT U, as well as collective performances featuring all members.


NCT’s Exciting Activities

Recently, Shotaro, one of the members, expressed his plans to leave the team and pursue a new opportunity through a heartfelt handwritten letter. He conveyed his gratitude to the fans for their unwavering support and shared how their support had brought him immense happiness. Sungchan also sent a handwritten letter to the fans, reflecting on his journey since his debut and expressing gratitude towards the members and fans who have guided him and provided love throughout his time with NCT. It was announced by SM Entertainment that both Sungchan and Shotaro will be debuting as members of a new male group set to launch in 2023.

Introduction to NCT

NCT, a renowned boy band managed by SM Entertainment, was formed in January 2016. The group consists of 20 members and is divided into five distinct sub-units: WayV, NCT DOJAEJUNG, NCT 127, NCT Dream, and NCT U. NCT’s unique concept revolves around the idea of limitless members, earning them the reputation as K-pop’s “most experimental boy band.” Their musical versatility, exceptional vocal and rap skills, and captivating performances have garnered them a dedicated fan base. NCT continues to push boundaries and captivate audiences with their innovative approach to music and performance.


NCT’s announcement of their upcoming performance shows in Korea and Japan has brought excitement to fans worldwide. As the group prepares to showcase their talents as a full group, fans can anticipate breathtaking performances from each subgroup and collective stages featuring all members. The departure of Shotaro and Sungchan from NCT opens new doors for their individual journeys, and fans eagerly await their future endeavors. With their experimental approach to music and limitless possibilities, NCT continues to solidify their position as one of the most influential and dynamic boy bands in the K-pop industry.