Na Jaemin, commonly known by his stage name Jaemin, is a South Korean actor and singer who made his mark on the entertainment world as a member of the K-pop boy band NCT Dream, a subunit of the larger NCT group formed by SM Entertainment.
Jaemin’s foray into the world of acting and music has been a journey of monumental steps. His acting debut in the South Korean web drama “Method to Hate You” (2019) was well received, showcasing his versatility as a performer outside of his musical repertoire. Moreover, his vocals and dancing abilities have been a key contribution to the success of NCT Dream’s albums, particularly in chart-topping hits such as “Boom” from the “We Boom” EP, and “Hot Sauce” from their first full-length album of the same name.
Jaemin’s work with fellow NCT Dream members like Mark, Jeno, Haechan, Chenle, Renjun, and Jisung has created a unique synergy that underpins the band’s signature sound. Furthermore, collaborations with other NCT units such as NCT 127 and NCT U allowed him to diversify his performance repertoire, working alongside talents like Taeyong, Doyoung, Jaehyun, Johnny, and Yuta. Beyond the NCT universe, Jaemin also had notable collaborations with artists like Henry Lau on SM STATION.
Jaemin’s dedication and talents have not gone unrecognized. His acting prowess earned him a nomination for the Best New Actor at the 2019 K-web festival for his role in “Method to Hate You”. On the music front, with NCT Dream, he won the Disk Bonsang at the 34th Golden Disk Awards and the Album of the Year at the 2020 Asia Artist Awards for the album “Reload”. The group’s first full-length album “Hot Sauce” also sold over 2 million copies, making them million sellers in the music industry.