In honor of Jan. 27, or 1/27, K-pop boy band NCT 127 shared their take on classic boy band R&B balladry with their song “Dreams Come True” and announced their upcoming Neo Zone LP.
A gift that arrived on Sunday in the U.S., as it became the 27th in South Korea, NCT 127 dropped the dreamy music video for their ’90s-inspired song and music video for “Dreams Come True” as a gift to their fans, NCTzen, to celebrate “NCT 127 Day.”
Along with the release of “Dreams Come True” and an accompanying behind-the-scenes video celebrating the occasion, NCT 127 gifted fans with two other treats: the return of Jungwoo, who was on hiatus over the past few months, as well as news of the act’s upcoming second full-length album.
“NCT 127 is finally coming back!” read a tweet shared to the official account of SM Entertainment, which manages NCT 127. “NCT 127 will release their 2nd full-length album ‘NCT #127 Neo Zone’ on March 6!”
Neo Zone was preceded by the act’s 2018 LP, Regular-Irregular, which peaked at No. 86 on the Billboard 200 in October. 2018. Last year saw NCT 127 break into the top 15 on that chart, with their We Are Superhuman EP peaking at No. 11 in June.
Watch the music video for NCT 127’s special gift “Dreams Come True” video below.