Wong Yuk-hei, better known as Lucas Wong, was born in Hong Kong on January 25, 1999. He is the new NCT member, who joined the SM. Despite being born in Hong Kong, Wong has some Thailand blood in him, acquired from his mother’s side, thus he’s half Chinese and half Thai. He debuted as an NCT member after being featured in the sub-units of NCT U and WayV for the single titled ‘BOSS,’ and he debuted with the song titled ‘Regular.’ Wong has been in a variety of reality shows, notably “Real Men,” “Law of the Jungle,” “Knowing Brothers,” and others. His collaboration in 2018 for “Coffee Break” won the hearts of millennials and Generation Z.
Wong Yuk-Hei was born in Sha Tin, Hong Kong, on January 25, 1999, to Chinese and Thai parents. He is a model, rapper, and performer better recognized by his onstage name Lucas Wong or Lucas. He was raised in Hong Kong with his younger brother and attended Yow Kam Yuen College, which is operated by the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals. Wong is stunning, but beyond his flawless façade is a dedicated man with a golden heart. The K-pop sensation has found success in many boy bands. He is a member of both the South Korean boy band NCT and the Chinese boy band WayV. He is a popular participant on prominent reality shows and appears to value his good ties with new pals.
Wong was spotted and scouted at an early age by the Korean entertainment agency SM Entertainment, which is the largest in South Korea. He was invited to a Hong Kong-based modeling audition and was successful, making him one of the rare talents to have achieved success following only one modeling audition. Consequently, he relocated to South Korea and started training to become a future talent, improving his abilities in dance, rap, and music, as well as learning numerous languages, including Mandarin, Cantonese, and Korean. For the following two years, he was mostly shrouded in secrecy until he was unveiled as a member of the SM Rookies squad by his company. Wong made an appearance beside Jungwoo and began to be marketed by the group. Following Wong’s cameo appearance in NCT’s music video “Dream in a Dream,” he was introduced as a part of a special project from SM Entertainment, a new version of NCT dubbed NCT 2018, which includes him as one of three newcomers, among other newcomers. He made his first appearance in 2018 with the studio album “NCT 2018 Empathy,” after the launch of the new trio. He mostly performed as a member of the NCT U unit, with whom he recorded three songs for the album.
Wong was also a significant performer in “Law of the Jungle,” a documentary series that accompanied South Korean boy band musicians as they journeyed throughout the world. Upon his debut there, he teamed with Taeyeon on the EP “Something New,” and made a cameo in the song ‘All Night Long,’ which gained him some attention as a solo artist. He also collaborated with Richard Bona on a track called ‘Coffee Break.’ He was therefore introduced as a member of NCT’s new China-based subsidiary, WayV, later that year. The sub-unit has seven members and is the fourth subunit to branch off from the main one. Next year, the band issued their first EP, “The Vision,” that included a Mandarin rendition of the NCT 127 track ‘Regular.’ One of Wong’s most recent attempts is joining the K-pop ensemble SuperM, which features members from SM boy bands such as Exo, Shinee, NCT 127, and WayV. Later in the year, the band issued a self-titled EP.
He makes his debut with sub-unit NCT U with his first solo album, NCT 2018 Empathy titled "Boss," and also goes on to feature on various TV shows.
Wong makes his WayV debut, a subunit of SM, with "The Vision," a digital EP.
NCT 202's second full album, "NCT Resonance Pt. 1," is released as part of the project unit NCT 2020.
Wong joins project unit NCT 2020, which releases its second full album, "NCT Resonance Pt. 2."
Why We Love Wong Yuk-hei
The kid is always alive in him
Wong loves playing computer games, though he doesn’t get to play them often anymore. But whenever he gets time he loves playing computer games!
Wong lacks Korean language skills and has a habit of mixing languages. This has won his fans' hearts and they call it the Lucas Language.
His fitness makes our heart flutter
Wong spends a lot of his time staying fit. Now we know the secret to that amazing body!
5 Surprising Facts
The unique promotional appearances
Wong has a way of promoting his new groups and units by appearing on various TV shows.
He has a striking fashion statement
Wong has proven that he can carry off bold prints, streetwear, and preppy boy-next-door looks, allowing him to pull off any outfit.
He loves dogs
Wong has a soft place for his dogs and he loves dogs.
He loves eating
Wong enjoys eating a lot, and it is also known that he eats more than any NCT member, and yet he maintains his physique!
He wasn’t popular in high school
He wasn’t that popular among girls during his high school days is what he says, now can we believe that?
Wong Yuk-hei FAQs
Can Wong speak Thai?
He speaks only Cantonese, Mandarin, English, and Korean
Does Wong have an accent?
He has a tiny bit of a Korean accent but it isn’t strong. This is because he is Thai Chinese.
What is Wong's real name?
His real name is Wong Yuk-hei.
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