D.O. from boy band Exo celebrated his return from military service with a cover of one of his own songs, That’s Okay, and live-streaming with K-pop fans. Photo: SM Entertainment D.O. from boy band Exo celebrated his return from military service with a cover of one of his own songs, That’s Okay, and live-streaming with K-pop fans. Photo: SM Entertainment
D.O. from boy band Exo celebrated his return from military service with a cover of one of his own songs, That’s Okay, and live-streaming with K-pop fans. Photo: SM Entertainment

D.O. of Exo ends military service and live-streams K-pop fans to celebrate, as he prepares to resume musical and acting careers

  • D.O. returned to civilian life after enlisting in South Korea’s armed forces in 2019. His return could see Exo releasing new music later this year
  • Exo’s Xiumin returned to public life last year, while other band members Suho and Chen are still currently serving in the army

Topic |   K-pop, Mandopop and other Asian pop
D.O. from boy band Exo celebrated his return from military service with a cover of one of his own songs, That’s Okay, and live-streaming with K-pop fans. Photo: SM Entertainment D.O. from boy band Exo celebrated his return from military service with a cover of one of his own songs, That’s Okay, and live-streaming with K-pop fans. Photo: SM Entertainment
D.O. from boy band Exo celebrated his return from military service with a cover of one of his own songs, That’s Okay, and live-streaming with K-pop fans. Photo: SM Entertainment
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