Nine years later, we’re finally getting a D.O. solo album.
EXO’s D.O., also known as D.O Kyung-soo, will be releasing his first solo album nine years after his first debut as the main vocalist of South Korean-Chinese boyband EXO.
According to reports, SM entertainment confirmed that the solo album of D.O. would be released by the end of July.
In January D.O. went live via V live where he talked to his fans and unveiled details about his solo album and mentioned that the album is in process and he is working hard.
“I had a great time today. That…solo album, you know, I recorded [some songs] already. And I have more recordings this week and next week. So, please look forward to it, everyone,” D.O. said as he ended the live.
In 2019 D.O. released his first single ‘That’s okay’ for SM station and ‘Crying out’ as an OST for the korean film ‘Cart’.
Fans shared their cheers and excitement on the release of D.O.’s album.
Aside from being a vocalist, D.O is also an actor and has worked in K-dramas such as ‘Unforgettable’, ‘My Annoying Brother’, ‘100 Days my Prince’ and more. Recently he was reported to be filming ‘The Moon’ directed by Kim Yong Hwa. In addition, EXO, recently released their album ‘Don’t Fight the Feeling.’
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