EXO Sells Over Million Copies of Second Album with Release of Repackaged Album
Boy group EXO is making history with their album sales.
EXO has officially sold more than one million copies of their full-length second album with the release of the repackaged version, “Love Me Right.” The original second album, “EXODUS,” released in March, sold 753,860 copies, while their latest repackaged album “Love Me Right” sold 371,160 copies so far.
Previously, in 2013, their first full-length album also sold over a million copies. It was the first album to be a million-seller in 12 years, after g.o.d‘s fourth album and Kim Gun Mo‘s seventh album which were both released in 2001.
EXO’s new songs from their repackaged album have also charted high on various music charts. The group will begin their promotion of the lead single “Love Me Right” on June 4, with Mnet‘s “M! Countdown.”