NCT Dream Gets Surprise Shout-Out on 'NCIS: New Orleans'


On Tuesday night time, audiences across the United States watching the newest episode of the CBS crime procedural NCIS: New Orleans have been in for a shock when 4 members of Okay-pop boy band NCT Dream have been talked about.

The fifth-season episode featured Necar Zadegan’s character Hannah Khoury and Vanessa Ferlito’s character Tammy Gregorio speaking to a pupil a couple of homicide investigation, and through the dialog Khoury stunned Gregorio together with her data of Okay-pop.

“Renjun, Jeno, or Chenle: Who’s finest?” requested Khoury abruptly whereas making an attempt to get data from the scholar. The younger girl responded, “None of them. It’s Mark, clearly.” All 4 are a part of 21 Under 21 group NCT Dream and SM Entertainment's bigger NCT group, and Mark can be a part of the NCT 127 and NCT U groups.

The motive for Khoury’s data? “Oh, I don’t simply know them, I frolicked with them once I used to reside in Busan,” she stated, referring to a well-liked southeastern South Korea metropolis. While a enjoyable one-off, not one of the 4 NCT Dream members talked about have ever publicly mentioned spending a prolonged period of time in Busan. Jeno was born in Incheon, close to Seoul, and the opposite three are all foreigners to South Korea: Mark was born in Canada, whereas Renjun and Chenle are from China. 

NCT Dream’s members are all youngsters, and the group is predicated on a system the place members age out after turning 19, the authorized age of maturity in South Korea; Mark, who turned 19 in August, will cease working as a part of Dream in 2019. 

The youth-oriented group noticed their second EP We Go Up peak at No. 5 on the World Albums chart in September. 

While there aren't any official clips from the NCIS: New Orleans episode wherever on-line at time of publication, followers captured and shared transient movies from the scene on social media. Watch it right here: