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K-pop titan EXO rocks 6,000 fans [PHOTOS]

/ Courtesy of Nature Republic

By Park Si-soo

K-pop titan EXO rocked thousands of fans with hit songs and powerful dance acts at a fan meeting in Seoul, Saturday.

The fan meeting, named "Green Nature 2018 EXO Fan Festival," was held in Korea University's main gymnasium, which was packed with 6,000 fans, including 1,500 from China, Thailand, Indonesia and other countries where K-pop is in vogue.

South Korean cosmetics brand Nature Republic hosted the event. EXO has been the brand's commercial model since 2013.

The concert was streamed live on the company's Chinese website, through which more than 150,000 people watched the two-hour event.

The fan meeting started with the boy band's new song "Ko Ko Bob," the lead track of its fourth album. The band excited the crowd with three other songs and synchronized dance moves, as did entertaining and gift-giving events hosted by popular comedian Yang Se-chan.

/ Courtesy of Nature Republic



/ Courtesy of Nature Republic

By Park Si-soo

K-pop titan EXO rocked thousands of fans with hit songs and powerful dance acts at a fan meeting in Seoul, Saturday.

The fan meeting, named "Green Nature 2018 EXO Fan Festival," was held in Korea University's main gymnasium, which was packed with 6,000 fans, including 1,500 from China, Thailand, Indonesia and other countries where K-pop is in vogue.

South Korean cosmetics brand Nature Republic hosted the event. EXO has been the brand's commercial model since 2013.

The concert was streamed live on the company's Chinese website, through which more than 150,000 people watched the two-hour event.

The fan meeting started with the boy band's new song "Ko Ko Bob," the lead track of its fourth album. The band excited the crowd with three other songs and synchronized dance moves, as did entertaining and gift-giving events hosted by popular comedian Yang Se-chan.

/ Courtesy of Nature Republic



Park Si-soo pss@koreatimes.co.kr
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