Jakarta, CNN Indonesia —
Mark NCT will release his second solo song titled Golden Hour in April 2023. SM Entertainment as the agency confirmed the plan and said Golden Hour would be released on April 4.
Not only that, as reported by the Korea JoongAng Daily on Thursday (30/3), the agency also said that the song would occupy the sixth entry SM Station: NCT Lab – SM Entertainment’s digital music release platform.
Golden Hour will be released just over a year after NCT’s Mark released his first solo single, Child, which was also released via SM Station: NCT Lab in February 2022.
Some of the songs released through NCT Lab since 2022 are ‘coNEXTion (Age of Light)’ by Doyoung, Mark and Haechan, then ‘Rain Day’ by Taeil, Kun and Yangyang.
In addition, there are Jaehyun’s first solo song ‘Forever Only’ and Ten’s ‘Birthday’.
NCT now has 23 members which are divided into several sub-units: NCT U, NCT 127, NCT Dream, WayV, to NCT DoJaeJung which will debut in the near future. The boy band NCT debuted in 2016.
Meanwhile, the musician whose full name is Mark Lee is joined in several sub-units, namely NCT 127 and NCT Dream, including NCT U.
He is also active in filling out soundtracks with other NCT members, such as Baby Only You (The Tale of Nokdu) with Doyoung and LIT (Street Man Fighter) with Taeyong.
From March 4 to 6, NCT Dream held three concerts in Indonesia. The concert was held at ICE BSD starting Saturday (4/3).
The concert was the fifth time the group visited Indonesia. The boy group made by SM Entertainment had previously participated in a series of world tours in March 2020.
The news of the release of Mark’s second solo song was announced shortly after he had a concert in London with six other NCT Dream members. The concert was part of The Dream Show 2: In A Dream tour.
Now, Mark with Renjun, Jeno, Haechan, Jaemin, Chenle and Jisung are preparing to continue The Dream Show 2 in Paris which will take place Thursday (30/3) local time.
Meanwhile, the Golden Hour release schedule is right in between the NCT Dream concerts in Berlin (April 3) and Newark (April 5).