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EXO Reveals Plans to Hold Concert

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2016.06.08 16:00 Mwave Kim, JiYeon

Boy group EXO has revealed their plans to hold a new concert.

On June 8, EXO attended a press release for their 3rd full album EX′ACT at the SMTOWN COEX Artium located in Seoul, Korea.

EXO Reveals Plans to Hold Concert

Member Su Ho stated during the interview, "We are planning a new concert and we have also prepared surprise presents. Look forward to the next year."

He continued, "I was surprised to hear that there were 660,000 preorders of the album last night. I didn′t expect much and just tried my best, but I am so thankful for the fans who loved us and preordered our album even before hearing our tracks or seeing our music videos."

Suho stated, "It is really an honor. I′m not sure if we could exceed 1 million album sales again this year, but if we do, I would really be thankful. An honor."

This album was completed to perfection with the help of hit composers, world-renowned producers and experienced musicians. The 9 tracks include a variety of genres from electronic, pop, progressive to R&B.

EX′ACT includes double tracks Monster, which has unique sounds and fresh vocal patterns, and Lucky One, which is an upbeat punk dance track.

Fans are also showing huge interest in the new album with preorders reaching over 660,000 copies.

Meanwhile, EXO will begin actively promoting their new album on Mnet′s M COUNTDOWN on June 9 followed by performances on KBS2′s Music Bank on June 10, MBC′s Show! Music Core on June 11 and SBS′ Inkigayo on June 12.

Photo credit: Hea Jung Min

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