Get ready to #StanUpTogether, PH EXO-Ls, because the boys are officially back here in Manila. Globe continues to bring the best Korean entertainment to the country as it partners with PULP Live World for EXO’s fourth solo concert, EXO Planet #5—EXplOration, happening tonight (August 23, 2019) at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City.
Named the “kings of K-Pop,” EXO is a record-breaking nine-member boy group under SM Entertainment. The South Korean-Chinese boy band debuted in 2012 and is composed of members Xiumin, Suho, Lay, Baekhyun, Chen, Chanyeol, D.O., Kai, and Sehun.
The band’s first album XOXO, which featured the breakthrough hit “Growl,” sold over a million copies and made EXO the best-selling Korean artist in twelve years. Now years and years into an illustrious career, the group is now quintuple million-selling act, with its most recent album Don’t Mess Up My Tempo, which features its latest music that the members will be performing on this exciting tour.
EXO has prepared yet another spectacular show for its beloved EXO-Ls, and will surely do its best to fill the spaces temporarily left by Xiumin and D.O who have both gone on hiatus due to mandatory military service. This is another KPop show our K-mmunity shouldn’t miss.
Most recently, Globe has brought massive K-Pop acts like TWICE, BLACKPINK, Wanna One, and Super Junior to the country to satiate the K-Pop cravings of Filipino fans. With more exciting artists like EXO lined up, Filipino fans are sure to experience world-class music entertainment—a commitment that Globe will continue to strengthen for years to come.
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