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[Video] EXO Prepares for March 30 Comeback with Kai Teaser

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2015.03.19 10:35 Newsen Yoon Ho Jung Translation Credit : Grace Danbi Hong

EXO is coming back.

On March 30, EXO will release its second official album titled EXODUS and is expected to earn an explosive response from global fans with its new music and performances.

This upcoming album will be a full-length album, following Overdose, which was released about 11 months ago. EXO recently held its second exclusive concert on March 7-8 and 13-15, where EXO played a number of new songs, raising curiosity about the new album. Known to have sold over a million first albums, EXO is gathering attention to see what new record the group will set.

Staying true to its title as one of the most powerful boy groups representing Korea, EXO has planned out a very different kind of promotion, having filmed individual member teasers in different places around the world. The teasers for ′Pathcode #EXO′ will be revealed one at a time at special times through official Twitter and Weibo accounts (@PathcodeEXO), giving out clues in the videos. Fans can see extra content using the clues on EXO′s homepage.

With March 19 marking the beginning of promotions, SM Entertainment dropped the first teaser of Kai through EXO′s official homepage and SMTOWN′s YouTube channel. ′Pathcode #Kai′ showed Kai walking from place to place as if he was being chased as he uses his special power to teleport.

[Video] EXO Prepares for March 30 Comeback with Kai Teaser

Through the phone message that Kai receives in the teaser, the official Twitter and Weibo account, which will give more clues and hints, was finally revealed, receiving a huge response from fans.



Photo Credit: SM Entertainment

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