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  • exoGood news for EXO fans! The wildly popular 12-member boy band will be launching their first tour around Asia this summer and will kick things off in Seoul next month. representative from the group’s agen­cy, SM Entertainment, EXO will hold their first solo concert in Seoul next month.

    “EXO will hold their first solo concert ‘EXO FROM. EXOPLANET #1 – The Lost Planet’ to celebrate their second anni­versary at the Seoul Olympic Gymna­sium May 24 – 25,” the rep said. “It will be their first solo concert since their debut.”

    SM Entertainment also says EXO has plans to take their music abroad with a tour that “will kick off in Seoul and move on to other major cities across Asia.”

    The concert will come after the group makes their highly anticipated come­back later this month. In coordination with their comeback promotions, the twelve members will have the oppor­tunity to practice their performance during their EXO Comeback Show to be held April 15 at the Jamsil Arena in Seoul.

    For the past week, fans have been titil­lated by teaser images of the Korean-Chinese boy band as excitement rises for their comeback. And with news of a solo tour in the works, many are keeping their fingers crossed that EXO makes their way to a city near them.

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