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NCT 127 show off ‘2 Baddies’ in new album release

  • K-pop boy group subunit NCT 127 dropped their fourth studio album “2 Baddies” on Friday. 
  • The album, which has 12 songs in total, features tracks such as “Time Lapse,” which was co-written by members Taeyong and Mark.  
  • This is NCT 127’s latest album in almost a year following their album “Favorite” in October 2021.
  • The SM Entertainment subunit will travel to Los Angeles on Oct 6. and Newark, New Jersey, on Oct. 13 for the U.S. portion of their “Neo City – The Link” tour.

SM Entertainment K-pop subunit NCT 127 released their fourth studio album “2 Baddies,” led by the title track of the same name, on Friday.

“2 Baddies” has 12 songs in total and features tracks such as “Time Lapse,” which was co-written by members Taeyong and Mark. The new album is a follow-up to NCT 127’s previous album “Favorite,” which was released in October 2021.

Viral video capturing paparazzo’s remark about NCT’s Johnny stirs fan outrage

Johnny Suh
  • A video of a paparazzo muttering, “He doesn’t understand a word I’m saying. F*ck,” while trying to get K-pop idol Johnny’s attention went viral on Twitter and TikTok.
  • Johnny was born in Chicago and is fluent in English – a fact he previously had to point out to a reporter in 2019 who told him, “By the way, your English is phenomenal.”
  • The NCT member is the fifth male K-pop idol to attend the Met Gala, joining the ranks of EXO‘s Lay, PSY, Rain and Super Junior‘s Siwon.
  • Johnny teamed up with Vietnamese American designer Peter Do for his three-piece outfit for the pair’s first Met Gala.

A paparazzo’s comment at the Met Gala about Johnny of K-pop boy group NCT has stirred outrage online. 

The photographer can be seen and heard in a video calling out to Johnny, “Johnny Suh, over here! On this side, please!” Unable to get Johnny’s attention, the paparazzo mutters under his breath, “He doesn’t understand a word I’m saying. F*ck.” 

Morning Show Host Says K-Pop Member’s ‘English is Phenomenal’: ‘Well yeah, I’m from Chicago’

NCT 127, part of the K-pop band NCT based in Seoul, recently appeared in a morning show in North America where the host repeatedly compared them to BTS and commented on a member’s English. 

During the live broadcast of their guest appearance on “KTLA 5 Morning Show,” the host continued to mention BTS multiple times and asked NCT 127 if they could be the next big thing after the Bangtan Boys.