Here's What NCT's Chenle's Home in China Looks Like

By M. Grace, June 07, 2018 05:06 AM

NCT's Chenle(wikimedia commons)

NCT's Chenle's home in China was revealed on public broadcast.

During the May 29 episode of KBS 2TV's "Let Me Sleep for One Night," the staff and crew stayed at the idol's home in Shanghai.

The idol gave a tour of his luxurious home which included tennis court, pool, bamboo field and more. Chenle's family also shared old videos and photos of the young Chenle. The crew was amazed at the idol's abundant talent.

Watch the video below:

Meanwhile, NCT's Chenle's family shared their thoughts on the possibility of having a Korean daughter-in-law.

When Lee Sang Min asked Chenle's grandfather about what he think it will be like when their grandson married a Korean, he immediately said he is okay with it. Chenle's mother also added saying, "If he likes her then it is okay."

Chenle or also known by his real name Zhong Chenle is a Chinese singer, songwriter, dancer and actor based in Seoul. He is popularly known as a member of SM Entertainment’s boy group NCT and part of their sub-unit NCT DREAM.

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