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EXO talks about dreams in live ‘Starcast’

By Lim Jeong-yeo

  • Published : Apr 7, 2015 - 15:18
  • Updated : Apr 7, 2015 - 15:18

K-pop group EXO, whose recent album “EXODUS” recorded top sales in the first quarter, held a live talk show on the portal site Naver on Monday.

EXO members shared their dreams and goals saying, “We wish to be a longstanding group like Super Junior.”


Super Junior, a veteran K-pop group in its 10th year, had put forth its member Kyuhyun as the emcee for Monday’s EXO broadcast.

When Kyuhyun asked EXO’s Suho what his dream was, Suho answered that apart from his personal ambition of becoming a member of the board of directors at SM Entertainment, he wished for a strong future for his K-pop group.

EXO released its second regular album on March 30, ranking first with the lead title “Call Me Baby” in SBS’ music battle program “Inkigayo” April 5.

The group will mark its third anniversary on Wednesday.


Tao and Lay were absent at Monday’s broadcast due to an ankle injury and Chinese movie filming, respectively.

Life-size dolls of Tao and Lay adorned the stage. EXO members jokingly explained, “Their faces are swollen from snacking late at night.”

By Lim Jeong-yeo (kaylalim@heraldcorp.com)