NCT Dream topped worldwide trends after the announcement of their comeback and a group reorganization.
In an announcement by SM Entertainment, the group will be making a comeback with a new album “Reload” on April 29.
After the comeback, NCT Dream will continue with a reorganized system, eliminating the graduation system for members who turn 20 years old. Previously, members who turned 20 years old will graduate from the group, as was the case with Dream’s original member Mark.
[FROM SM]200414 "NCT DREAMs Future Album Promotions and Team System" #NCTDREAM
-NCT DREAM comeback 29/4
-No graduation system, the 7 original members will have a free rotational system (think NCT U)
-5DREAM will be able to promote with other NCT units in the future pic.twitter.com/jLohj1bI8r
— jaemin pics↺ (@najaeminpics) April 14, 2020
What’s more, Mark and the current members will carry out activities in a format similar to NCT U, but under the team name NCT Dream.
SM Entertainment also announced that Renjun, Jeno, Jaemin, Chenle, and Jisung will be joining new NCT teams that will be formed in the future.
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