NCT members were recently involved in a commercial shoot for the event. The commercial shoot set suddenly collapsed and as a result, three members of the NCT group were injured and hospitalized. Fans were worried after learning about this incident.
The three NCT members injured in the incident are Johnny, Jaehyun and Jungwoo. On December 9, the group’s agency SM Entertainment released a statement regarding the health of Johnny, Jaehyun, and Jungwoo after the commercial set collapsed during filming.
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Here is the Official Statement shared by NCT agency SM Entertainment.
This is a message to fans regarding injuries sustained by NCT members Johnny, Jaehyun, and Jungwoo.
Today, while Johnny, Jaehyun and Jungwoo were filming a commercial, the jungle gym structure fell and all three were injured. They were hospitalized as soon as the injuries occurred, are currently undergoing testing and treatment, but will need in-depth investigation. We will publish the comprehensive test results as soon as the inspections are over.
Because of this, Jungwoo will not be able to watch the December 10 episode of MBC’s ‘Music Core’, where he is currently serving as the MC. In the future, we will also notify you of any program changes.
We apologize for worrying fans who were probably surprised by this unexpected news. We will prioritize the care of our artists and do our best to expedite the recovery of members.
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The transforming NCT U, the group’s first subunit, debuted on April 9, 2016 with their digital singles “The 7th Sense” and “Without You”.
NCT has teamed up three times as a group to produce three full-length albums, although each subunit has been promoting independently: Empathy (2018), Resonance (2020) and Universe (2021).
Resonance became the best-selling physical album released by a group from SM Entertainment, after selling over 2.6 million copies within two months of its release. The album also earned the group their first Daesang (Grand Prize) Award at the 2020 Asian Artist Awards.
Their most pre-ordered album, Universe, released in December 2021, sold 1.7 million copies and eventually surpassed 1.8 million copies.