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Group: WayV

NCT is rather large (21-members) group housed under S.M. Entertainment with young men from various countries that began training in late 2013. Some of the men from auditions, others via street casting, recommendations and entertainment shows. In 2016 multiple groups debuted under various names. NCT U, NCT 127 and NCT Dream. In December of 2018 S.M. entertainment announced that they will debut a new sub unit called WayV (威神V, WeiShen V) based in China. This new group consists of seven members already debuted in NCT, let’s introduce them

Signed under SM Entertainments China-exclusive label “Label V”. WayV consists of 6 Chinese and one Thai. Their debut was set in January and they did debut on January 17th with their song “理所当然 (Regular)”  which already has 2.508.000 views on Youtube and their EP that you can buy through iTunes & Apple Music, Spotify, and Google Play Music by clicking the following link;

Prior to this release however they put out introductions for each of the members, click the stage names below to watch every video!

Stage Name: Kun (쿤)
Birth Name: Qian Kun (錢錕)
Position: Vocalist
Birthday: January 1, 1996 in Fujian, China

Stage Name: Ten (텐)
Birth Name: Chittaphon Leechaiyapornkul (ชิตพล ลี้ชัยพรกุล)
Position: Dancer, Rapper, Vocalist
Birthday: February 27, 1996 in Bangkok, Thailand

Stage Name: WinWin (윈윈)
Birth Name: Dong Si Cheng (董思成)
Position: Dancer, Vocalist
Birthday: October 28, 1997 in Wenzhou, Zhejiang, China

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Stage Name: Lucas (루카스)
Birth Name: Huang Xuxi / Wong Yuk-hei (黃旭熙)
Position: Rapper, Vocalist, Dancer
Birthday: January 25th, 1999 in Hong Kong, China

Stage Name: Xiao Jun (소준)
Birth Name: Xiao Dejun (肖德俊)
Position: N/A
Birthday: August 8, 1999, Guangdong, China

Stage Name: Hendery (헨데리)
Birth Name: Won Kunhang/Huang Guanheng (黄冠亨)
Position: N/A
Birthday: September 28, 1999, Macau, China

Stage Name: YangYang (양양)
Birth Name: Liu YangYang
Position: N/A
Birthday: October 10, 2000 in Taiwan

I was rather curious about this group as I already really enjoyed NCT and NCT U and I’m extremely curious about their songs. I love the visuals and the song a lot, it’s fully in Chinese and has the quality of many of the KPOP songs. It’s a good introduction to what these young men will bring out for the rest of their career. If neither of them will return to their other units at times I’d be a bit upset but you can’t say I won’t keep following WayV.

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Credit: Wikipedia

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