Will the fans of the South Korean-Chinese band EXO in the United States finally have the chance to see them perform live again?
This is the question that many of their followers in the US would like to get a definite answer. They even took to social media to make a stronger call for the Asian male group to include the North American country in their EXO’rDIUM concert tour.
With their excitement, in fact, they made the hashtag #EXOrDIUMinUSA trending on Twitter on Tuesday.
“@Exolusa #EXOrDIUMinUSA needs to happen,” one fan tweeted. “They were incredible the last time they came to North America!”
“Exo had so much fun being in Chicago for the first time, they need to revisit us and hang out again #EXOrDIUMinUSA,” another posted, as if trying to emphasize how good could it get seeing them do the cane dance live.
Meanwhile, another fan appeared disgusted when tweeting with the hashtag.
“when exo isn’t gonna come to your state bc it’s lame #EXOrDIUMinUSA.”
Another avid fan of the band even suggested that the concert may happen early next year so that “the boys can REST and I can fix my wallet cos listen.”
In the meantime, Movie News Guide reported that the 12-member group from Seoul has set a record with their EXO’rDIUM concert at the Olympic Park Gymnastics Stadium in the capital of South Korea.
The report disclosed that each night of their performances on July 23 to 24 and July 29 to 31, was able to gather a total of 14,000 fans. This means that they were able to encourage 84,000 supporters to watch them live.
However, Kim Jong-In a.k.a. Kai was not around to join his team because of an injury. It was learned that he suffered an ankle injury on the first day of their five-day concert.
EXO was formed in 2011 by SM Entertainment, and with only five years in the business, they have already gained grounds in the music industry.