According to Label SM Entertainment, Shotaro and Sungchan leave K-Pop Group to launch NCT in another male group. Instagram Shotaroo K-POP artists said that Shotaro and Sungchan have left Megaban NCT to launch the market in another male group. SM Entertainment, a leading label in the K-POP industry, "NCT members, Sungchan and Shotaro offered great performances. However, SM Entertainment, a leading label in the K-Pop industry, will close their sections with NCT and will be released in 2023.. He said in a statement. "We express our deepest apologies and appreciation for fans who supported them to be released as part of a new NCT group."Said. Parite is the latest members who left the NCT after leaving Lucas Wong in May. The two men were introduced to the group's "Rezonans" album as a NCT member in 2020. NCT was turned into an action of 20 people whose members were divided into various sub -units NCT U, NCT 127, NCT Dream, Wayv and NCT Dojaejung. The NCT, which SM, launched in 2016, had to be a "endless" member, so the members would be added for years. In February, however, SM Entertainment CEO Chris Lee said NCT's exit of a Japan -based team this year was "planned to end the endless expansion". "NCT's newest group will be the last group, which is part of the infinite expansion of the NCT, so we aim to start a one with a different worldview, which is really representative of a regional identity."His statement about Sungchan and Shotaro. "In harmony, we will increase the number of Japanese members, reveal new members and share their first journey with fans." New groups Watch more news about Iwanttfc In a video published on SM's Youtube channel on Wednesday, CEO Jang Cheol Hyuk entered additional details about the company's upcoming men's group. Jang, Sungchan and Shotaro'yu will also release the new group. Jang, "Korean and members of American nationalities" will participate. He added that SM plans to start a new group of girls in the fourth quarter of 2023. Founded in 1995, SM Entertainment hosts a series of successful K-Pop action, including BOA, TVXQ, Super Junior, Girls' Generation, Shinee, Exo, Red Velvet and Aespa. Visit HALLYU Corner Microbitis for more news and features in K-Pop, K-Drama and K-Stars.