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Mark (마크) is a Korean-Canadian rapper and singer under SM Entertainment. He is a member of the boy group NCT, its sub-units NCT U, NCT 127 and NCT Dream, and the supergroup SuperM. He is also a former SMROOKIES.



In 2012, he was cast into SM Entertainment through SM’s Global Audition in Vancouver. On December 16, 2013, he was introduced as a member of the pre-debut trainee team SMROOKIES.

In 2014, Mark appeared on Exo 90:2014, a reality TV Show starring EXO, alongside other members of the SMROOKIES program, where they performed songs and recreated music videos of prominent 90s K-pop idols. 

In 2015, Mark appeared on Disney Channel Korea's The Mickey Mouse Club as a Mouseketeer alongside other members of the SMROOKIES program, some of which are currently in NCT Dream. The show aired from July 23 to December 17, 2015, and was hosted by Leeteuk of Super Junior.

2016–present: NCT, solo endeavors

On April 9, 2016, he officially debuted as a member of NCT, in the unit NCT U, with the single "The 7th Sense".

On July 7, 2016, he debuted as a member of the 2nd unit, NCT 127, with their mini album NCT #127.

On August 25, 2016, he debuted as a member of the 3rd unit NCT Dream, with the single "Chewing Gum".

In January 2017, he joined High School Rapper, a survival hip hop reality TV show which aired on Mnet. He made it to the finals and performed an original song called "Drop" featuring labelmate Seulgi of Red Velvet. He subsequently placed 7th overall.

In July 2017, Mark collaborated with EXO's Xiumin on the single "Young & Free". The single was released through Season 2 of SM Entertainment's digital music project SM Station. He also collaborated with Parc Jae Jung for "Lemonade Love", the 17th STATION Season 2 release and 68th overall.

On March 14, 2018, NCT released their first full album as part of a large-scale project uniting all of its subgroups - NCT 2018 Empathy.

Personal life

He was born in Toronto, Canada. He has a father, mother and older brother.


He graduated from School of Performing Arts Seoul, majored in Practical Dance Department in February 2018.[1]




Other releases

  • "High School Rapper - Final" ("Drop" feat. Seulgi) (2017)


Competition shows

Music shows

Variety shows

  • Exo 90:2014 (Mnet, 2014) - guest (with SMROOKIES)
  • The Mickey Mouse Club (Disney Channel Korea, 2015) - cast

Producing and writing credits

  • All credits adapted from KOMCA, unless stated.[2]
Artist Song Album Type
NCT U "The 7th Sense" "The 7th Sense" Writing
NCT 127 "Fire Truck" NCT #127
"Mad City"
NCT Dream "Chewing Gum "Chewing Gum"
NCT 127 "Good Thing" NCT #127 Limitless Writing
"Baby Don't Like It" Writing
"Angel" Writing
NCT Dream "My First and Last" The First
Mark (feat. Seulgi) "Drop" High School Rapper Final
NCT 127 "Cherry Bomb" NCT #127 Cherry Bomb
"Running 2 U"
"0 Mile"
"Summer 127"
Mark and Xiumin "Young & Free" "Young & Free"
Mark and Park Jae Jung "Lemonade Love" "Lemonade Love"
NCT Dream "Trigger the Fever" We Young
"La La Love"
"Walk You Home"
"My Page"
"Joy" "Joy"
NCT U "Boss" NCT 2018 Empathy Writing
NCT Dream "Go"
NCT 2018 "Black on Black"
NCT Dream "We Go Up" We Go Up
"Beautiful Time"
"Dear Dream"
NCT 127 "City 127" NCT #127 Regular-Irregular
"Regular (Korean ver.)"
"Regular (English ver.)"
"My Van"
"Come Back"
"Welcome To My Playground" NCT #127 Regulate
"Chain (Korean ver.)
NCT Dream "Candle Light" "Candle Light"
NCT 127 "Jet Lag" NCT #127 We Are Superhuman Writing
NCT 127 "Pandora's Box" NCT #127 Neo Zone Writing
"Mad Dog"
"Love Song"
SuperM "100" Super One Writing
"Together At Home" Writing
NCT Dream "Rainbow" Hot Sauce Writing
NCT 127 "Sticker" Sticker


Main article: Mark (NCT)/Gallery


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