Their unit name is a combination of the acronym for Neo Culture Technology which is the meaning for their parental group's unlimited members, and as the unit is localized in Seoul, hence the number "" representing the longitude coordinate of the city. Member Doyoung and Johnny then joined the unit in December , ahead of their next extended play Limitless in Jungwoo was then introduced as the tenth and latest member to the unit in September , followed by the group's first full-length studio album Regular-Irregular later in October Following the unit's debut in July with their self-titled extended play , NCT has since released two full-length studio albums, two repackage releases and four extended plays for their promotion activities in South Korea. They eventually achieved breakthrough recognition in with "Cherry Bomb", hailed as one of the group's signature song and musical identity, further explored international breakthrough success with the release of their first studio album and its lead single "Regular" in The unit also ventured into the Japanese music scene with a Japanese version of their second single "Limitless", has released an extended play and a full-length studio album as of NCT then continued to expand their promotion globally, having signed with Capitol Music Group and Caroline Distribution for a worldwide marketing and distribution deal with the group's native label SM Entertainment in April , followed by the release of We Are Superhuman and their second full-length Korean album Neo Zone , with the latter becoming their first top-five entry on the US Billboard chart and subsequently, the unit's first release to sell over a million copies as of May Furthermore, the group would have "sub-unit teams", comprising different members from selected cities around the world, and collaborations among those units.
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#2 “Perhaps we cried–”
Taeyong facts: — He was born in Seoul, South Korea. He says that the meals he cooks is just as beautiful as the ones served in restaurants. Taeil facts: — He was born in Seoul, South Korea.
#1 “Calm down, mister!”
Going into a NCT concert, we were prepared to be blown away by their explosive performances — after all, the group has always been known for their killer choreography. But more than that, what we got was a show-stopping display of solid vocals, acrobatic stunts and water bottle shenanigans that made us go full-on NCTzen mode. And because we have too much feels to unload, here are some of the unfiltered thoughts that went through our heads in a theatre full of lightstick-wielding NCTzens.