Nick at his home town
|Native name||닉 중성|
|Education||St. Gabriel's High School, Kyung Hee Cyber University|
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Nick Joong (born August 9, 2000) (full name: Lua error in package.lua at line 80: module 'Module:Unicode data' not found.) is a South Korean singer. He has debuted in 2015 under S.M Entertainment.
Early life[edit | edit source]
Nick was born on August 9, 2000 in Warangal, India. He has a brother named Sai Kiran who is two years younger than him. Nick began training to be a singer when he was 13 years old, influenced by South Korean Boy Band SS501. He attended St. Gabriel's High School in Warangal, In addition to musical activities, Nick trained as a martial artist in his youth and has a dan 3 black belt in Hapkido.
Nick was spotted by an S.M. Entertainment agent while he was studying for the entrance exams. He later joined S.M. Entertainment in 2015 through the S.M. Casting System.
Career[edit | edit source]
2015–18: Debut and career beginnings[edit | edit source]
Nick was officially revealed to be S.M. Rookie in 2015. He will officially be debuted on december 2019 he even gained significant popularity.
2018–present:[edit | edit source]
on october 2018, Nick Joong made his small song produce debut in spider-man into the verse movie where sunflower song has gained popularity singed by Post Malone and Swae_Lee he have produced many songs for Exo_(band) with LDN NOISE.
Fashion[edit | edit source]
In august 2018, Vogue magazine revealed that Nick Joong introduced NJ Clothing, and would be launching his own brand, "NJ by NJ", a unisex street-wear brand, on september 1. Nick is now the co-creative director of the brand NJ Clothing
Personal life[edit | edit source]
Filmography[edit | edit source]
Music videos[edit | edit source]
|Love Me Right||2015|||
|Call Me Baby||2015|||
|Ko Ko Bop||2017|||
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