EXO Delays Comeback Due to Ferry Tragedy

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Boy group, EXO, is delaying its comeback due to the Sewol Ferry tragedy that took place in Korea on April 16.

SM Entertainment announced on April 18 through EXO’s official homepage that the release of the group’s new mini album, which was originally scheduled for April 21, has been postponed.

The agency stated, “After discussing with the EXO members regarding the release of their new album and their promotion activities in Korea, we have decided to postpone the release of their new mini album “Overdose,” which was originally scheduled to release on April 21.”

The statement continued, “The decision has been made to offer our condolences to the victims and our hopes and wishes that the missing persons will return back safely. We ask the fans who have been waiting for the release of the album for their understanding and patience.”

SM Entertainment concluded their statement saying, “We thank you for all of the interest you have given towards ‘Overdose,’ and we will notify you as soon as the new release date is confirmed.”


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