With its final episode on January 25, the SM STUDIO’s original variety, “Welcome to NCT Universe,” said goodbye to its audience. On this day, Shohei, Eunseok, and Seunghan, the three members of S.M.ROOKIES (SR22B), talked openly about their experiences recording their first-ever variety show, their thoughts on playing at ‘SMTOWN,’ and their aspirations for the future as musicians and artists.
The three trainees were then taken aback when they were requested to go to the office of Lee Soo Man, the company’s founder and chief producer. In addition to offering support and cheer, the producer also broke some excellent news.
To formalize the trainees’ eagerly awaited debut plans, ‘Welcome to NCT Universe’ revealed at the end of the final episode that S.M.ROOKIES members Shohei, Eunseok, and Seunghan would be introducing themselves to fans as artists very soon with their official debut in 2023.
The news excited many fans who have been waiting for the past year for the three S.M.ROOKIES members, who were initially unveiled in July 2022, to make their NCT debut. There have been rumors that the three members will create a new unit group in 2020 alongside NCT members Sungchan and Shotaro.
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A pre-debut training team known as SM Rookies was established by the South Korean entertainment company SM Entertainment in 2013 and is made up of trainees who have not yet joined an idol group. The group officially debuted 30 members between 2013 and 2018, with 25 of them later making their group debuts with Red Velvet (4), NCT and its first four subunits (19), Aespa (1), and Lami as an actress.
On December 3, 2013, SM Entertainment formally announced the formation of SM Rookies, which includes Seulgi, Jeno, and Taeyong as members. Irene, Jaehyun, and Lami debuted on December 9. Members Mark, Hansol, and Jisung made their debut on December 16; Johnny, Ten, and Yuta followed on December 23.
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