NCT’s Sungchan, Shotaro to leave team, join new group


Sungchan and Shotaro debuted as new members of NCT in 2020 through its album 'NCT Resonance Pt. 1'.

Sungchan and Shotaro of NCT will quit the band and will form a new boy band said label SM Entertainment on Wednesday.

The two will be joined by more members including two trainees of the management firm, although it is yet to be known how many band members the band will have or when it will debut.

The new band will open a new chapter for the company as part of its new intellectual property, according to Jang Cheol-hyuk, its newly named CEO in a video.

Sungchan and Shotaro debuted as a new member of NCT in 2020 through its album NCT Resonance Pt. 1.

Shotaro wrote on his social media after the announcement and reassured fans and thanked them for supporting him until now. The existence of fans gave him the most strength while he was part of NCT, he added. — The Korea Herald/Asia News Network

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