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EXO is Ready to Start Fresh with Ten Members

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2015.03.30 13:41 Mwave Kim, JiYeon Translation Credit : Grace Danbi Hong

Dropping its second official album, EXO raised expectations saying that the group is ready for a fresh new start with ten members.

On March 30, EXO held its comeback press conference for its second album, EXODUS at the COEX Artium in Samsung-dong. EXO will begin promotions through Mnet′s M COUNTDOWN on April 2 with the new title song Call Me Baby.

EXO is Ready to Start Fresh with Ten Members

Coming back after a year, EXO has already begun its large-scale promotions through its teasers, foreshadowing very energetic album activities to come.

"We opened up with the teasers in a very unique way. There are ten individual teasers with riddles that the fans had to crack," said Su Ho. "As this is a new start for the ten members, we wanted to show a new side to us. We included our desires to be with our fans."

"This is always something that comes to mind when we perform or hold a concert, but I wonder if we′re allowed to receive this much love. We′ll be standing on stage to repay back all the love," continued Su Ho. "I think many people love us because we work hard on the stage and prepare hard for the album."

"We couldn′t even believe we sold over a million albums. Because we released the albums in different languages in both Korea and China at the same time, many fans abroad loved our music and wanted to have a copy of them," said Su Ho. "Because we know that, we have heightened the quality of our albums. Perhaps because we put in much care and effort to make people want to have a copy, that′s why the album receives a lot of love."

EXO′s second album EXODUS includes a total of 10 tracks, which were created by The Underdogs, Teddy Riley, SHINee′s Jonghyun and more.

Photo Credit: enews/Kim Byung Kwan

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