SEOUL, March 31 (Korea Bizwire) — EXO began promoting Exodus, its second album, with a press conference at SM TOWN COEX Artium on March 30. Reporters from China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and other Asian countries swarmed the conference hall to cover EXO’s much anticipated new album.
Their new song, ‘Call Me Baby,’ which was released on March 28, ranked first on nine real-time music charts in Korea. Copies of the new album are already sold out on the Hottracks and Shinara websites.
The band sold one million copies of their first album despite a period of tepid CD sales for musicians in Korea. The members thanked their fans in Korea and around the world, and promised they would deliver better performances in Korea and China for their new songs.
EXO’s Baek-hyun said that over the three years that the band has been together, the members have grown closer, and have worked hard to remain united. Suho said all the members have grown up and matured since their debut.
The popular group also promised to keep up with powerful performances for their title song. Although Tao could not perform at their newest concert due to a leg injury, the other members said that he was healing quickly, and would be ready to perform ‘Call Me Baby.’
By Lina Jang (firstname.lastname@example.org)