NCT Dream had to cancel its July concerts after most of its members tested positive for the COVID-19 virus.
Jeno and Chenle were the first members to learn about their diagnosis before their video call fan signing event. A few days later, Haechan and Jaemin also contracted it.
Mark was the fifth and latest member to experience symptoms and receive a positive diagnosis, leaving Renjun as the only member who has not gotten the virus yet.
As members finally recovered from it, SM Entertainment is now preparing the group for a historic make-up concert.
NCT Dream To Score a New Record in Upcoming Concert
Korea JoongAng Daily confirmed this week that NCT Dream’s concert, The Dream Show2 – In A Dream, will happen next month at a bigger venue.
Per the news outlet, the new concert will take place on September 8 and 9 — the second day will be streamed live on Beyond LIVE. These dates will make it up for the fans who were supposed to see the group from July 29 to 31 at Gocheok Skydome.
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This will be their first in-person solo concert in three years and the first one with complete team members.
Aside from finally meeting the fans, NCT Dream will set a new record because of the updated venue. Per SM Entertainment, it will be held at the largest stadium in South Korea, Seoul Olympic Stadium.
NCT Dream will become the first idol group in history to perform at the stadium, following H.O.T, g.o.d, Shinhwa, JYJ, EXO, and BTS.
NCT Dream New Album
NCT Dream’s concert serves as the group’s latest gift to fans after releasing their comeback project, Glitch Mode, earlier this year.
The third sub-unit of NCT released its second full-length album in March, marking its first release this year. It came nine months after Hello Future arrived and contains 11 tracks in total.
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