On February 4, SM Entertainment released MV for NCT’s Mark‘s solo track ‘Child‘ and it perfectly reflects the emotions that all young people feel in their daily lives. MV shows Mark in various spaces as if it were his brain and when he is at home in comfort, he is unable to keep all the things he has heard over the years. Expectations, dreams and more are usually a difficult pill to swallow and Mark uses his songs to express those feelings very well.
‘Child‘ is a hip-hop genre song in which Mark took part in writing and composing, and the unique bass synth and electric guitar sound evoke a sensitive feeling, and a song that honestly removes deep worries about himself. Do, create empathy. The music video is also expected to grab people’s attention as it contains scenes that reflect Mark’s wanderlust and sensory direction according to the song’s mood. ‘SM Station: NCT Lab’ is an archiving project where one can view various activities of NCT music. In the future, members plan to perform a variety of music, such as solo songs, self-composed songs, and unit songs.
In April 2016, SM Entertainment confirmed that Mark and four other members of SM Rockies —Taeyong, Doyoung, Ten and Jaehyun— would make a big appearance as individuals from NCT’s first subgroup, NCT U. They released their first computerized single on April 9, named ‘The 7th Sense’, wherein he and Taeyong partook in songwriting. After 90 days, SM reported that Mark would turn into an individual from NCT’s subsequent subgroup, NCT 127, alongside Taeyong, Taeil, Yuta, Jaehyun, Winwin and Haechan. NCT 127 made their authority debut with the lengthy play NCT #127 and title track ‘Fire engine’ on July 10, 2016.
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Mark joined the NCT Dream, the third subgroup of the NCT, with members consisting of Renjun, Jeno, Haechan, Jaemin, Chenle and Jisung. The group officially launched on August 24, 2016 with the single ‘Chewing Gum’. On August 7, 2019, Mark was confirmed as a member of SuperM, a ‘K-pop supergroup’ created by SM Entertainment in association with Capitol Records.
On April 14, SM Entertainment announced in an official statement that Mark would be reuniting with other members of NCT Dream, thus eliminating the notion of age-based graduation that was originally for the team. Was configured. Her return was confirmed by the release of the song ‘Déjà Vu’ sung by all 7 members of the NCT 2020 Resonance Series.