At SM Entertainment, you will not be able to see the trucks running around to claim fairness for idols or hashtags climbing the global trending top calling for artist A and artist Z’s comeback. After being fined up to 21.2 billion won due to tax issues, it can be seen that SM has been productive for artists to debut and come back continuously.
Just yesterday (March 23), SM announced that NCT Dream will return in April, although WayV – another NCT unit – has yet to finish promoting their comeback with Kick Back. Although knowing that NCT’s units operate independently, SM makes NCTzen – NCT’s fandom – crying. Wondering which unit will be next after NCT Dream. The old album that was ordered was not in time; the new album is already on the shelves.
Today (March 24), the media reported on SHINee’s comeback even though the group just returned with Don’t Call Me at the end of February. With this comeback, SHINee brings a repackage to the group’s 7th full album, Don’t Call Me.
On the same day, the company also hurriedly set Wendy’s solo debut date to April 5. The countdown is only about 12 days until the first member of Red Velvet will debut with a new role with the mini-album Like Water. This means that Wendy debuted just a week after Baekhyun’s comeback. Baekhyun makes a comeback with Bambi on March 30.
At the end of March and early April, SM alone saw clearly the scene of “fight among ourselves.” Kpop fans must be “overwhelmed” at this roaring music party!