NCT Dream Reveal How They Tried To Show Their Close Bond Through The “Hot Sauce” Album

As they’ve all been close friends for years, they shared how they tried to reflect their bond with each other through the album!

NCT Dream‘s most recent album Hot Sauce is their first full album as well as their first comeback with Mark re-added to their lineup, and they shared how they wanted their close friendship to reflect in this special album!

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In their comeback showcase, the members talked about their latest comeback, and also talked about their close friendship forged over most of their teenage years working and training together! They revealed that two songs in the album, “Rainbow” and “Be There For You” are songs dedicated to their friendship!

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“Rainbow” was written by Mark, Jeno, Jaemin, and Jisung, and they shared their experience working together on the song! Jisung revealed that it was an “easy” experience, because of how close they are!

This was an easy song to work on because we only had to think how we usually are when writing it. A lot of good ideas came out in the process and I’m satisfied.


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Jeno also shared his thoughts regarding the songwriting process for “Rainbow”!

Us four didn’t discuss with one another about the lyrics we were writing, but the completed version flowed so well, which was amazing.


“Be There For You” is a ballad sang by the vocal-line; Haechan, Chenle, and Renjun, and talks about treasuring the special bond and dynamic they share as friends!

About their friendship, Mark also shared what their close bond means to each of them!

The fact that all seven of us could take part in this album is precious. Our biggest ambition was to not waste time and focus on the days we are together, and so far we’ve done well.

Our priority is keeping this pace.


NCT Dream made their comeback as a 7-member group with their first full album titled Hot Sauce, with an accompanying title track of the same name.

Watch the MV for it here!

Source: Yonhap News