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[2014 MAMA] EXO Hopes to Win Big at the ′2014 MAMA′

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2014.12.03 13:56 CJ E&M enewsWorld Kim, JiYeon Translation Credit : Grace Danbi Hong

Attending the music ceremony once again, EXO honestly expressed its hopes to win another big award at the 2014 Mnet Asian Music Awards.

EXO attended the press conference on December 3 at around 11:30AM (local time) at the AWE in Hong Kong for the 2014 Mnet Asian Music Awards, in front of CNN, AFP, Reuters, and many news outlets from around the world.

[2014 MAMA] EXO Hopes to Win Big at the ′2014 MAMA′

"At last year′s MAMA, we won the Album of the Year award. This year, we′re also hoping to win a big award," said EXO. "However, we believe that a big award only follows the greatest performances and the greatest music. We′ll become EXO that always shows the greatest stages."

"We′ve been preparing the greatest performance for today as well," said EXO. "We can′t tell you exactly what, but it′ll be a performance that will flip over all the promotions that EXO has done up to this point."

Lastly, EXO stated, "We saw an article saying that EXO will have its comeback in the first half of next year. We′re working hard on the next album, so please look foward to it."

MAMA began in 1999 as the Mnet Video Music Awards. It was later changed to MAMA in 2009 and has been broadcasted to ten different countries. Previously held in Macao, Singapore, and Hong Kong, the 2013 MAMA had more than 24 billion people watching the ceremony. Jackie Chan, Aaron Kwon, Wang Lee Hom, as well as Stevie Wonder, Dre. Dre, Snoop Lion, will.i.am, and many artists from around the world have also participated on the grand stage, allowing it to become a music festival for all to enjoy.

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