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EXO reported to make a full group comeback in Q2 of 2023

EXO-Ls, are you ready?

On February 21, 2023, market expert gave their insights on SM Entertainment’s future activities for the upcoming months.

In the second quarter of 2023, according to researchers Kim Hyun-yong and Park Soo-young, “virtually all of SM Entertainment’s artist lineups”, specifically the following: NCT, EXO, Aespa, Red Velvet, and SHINEe, are expected to make their comebacks and possibly go on world tours.

Even though the news is still unconfirmed, EXO-Ls are nevertheless ecstatic to find out that EXO’s finally making their return to music, 2 years after their release of their special album “Don’t Fight the Feeling”. Fans of the popular K-Pop boy group are also making fun of the circumstances surrounding the group’s possible comeback while their agency is having internal conflicts.


Hoping for an OT9 comeback from EXO! *listens to the ‘This is EXO’ playlist on Spotify on repeat*

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