EXO Makes History: the Troupe Flattens Japan with New Single

By Meghna Subhedhar | 1 year ago
EXO Makes History: the Troupe Flattens Japan with New Single
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EXO is the biggest musical troupe in Korea, but they are not satisfied with just cornering the Korean Market. EXO and EXO-L are coming up in a big way in Japan. Their latest single, “Love Me Right ~romantic universe~” is already a big hit in Japan. It looks like EXO are going to take over the whole of South East Asia. Read on for more details.

Have you heard of EXO? If you live in South East Asia, you probably have heard of them. They are the biggest, baddest band in South Korea. Everybody in Korea is crazy about them. According to All Kpop , EXO have been rounded up to do promotions for Star Wars Episode VII : The Force Awakens, and the troupe have already come up with a single for the promotion, the sterling, “Lightsaber.” We don’t speak Korean, but the visuals are fantastic. The troupe meets up at a Jedi Only Bar somewhere in the seedy part of a Korean town and magic and mayhem follows. The video is a must watch for all Korean fans. And we are sure that the video will win EXO fans overseas too.

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So how many records did EXO sell in Japan? They have already sold 146 thousand copies of their latest Japanese single, “Love Me Right ~romantic universe~”. This beats the debut singles of all Korean artists in Japan, making them the top –selling debut act in Japan. And that is just for openers. Wait till the Japanese hear about their Star Wars act. The Japanese will be crowding around the music stores to get a look at their music. Way to go, EXO!

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