SM Entertainment's South Korea-Chinese boy band may have had it's humble beginnings four years ago, but it has come a long way. The kpop band is one of the most popular groups in the music scene, but band members still remain humble and rooted.
In an interview, EXO leader Suho said that he has changed as a person ever since EXO debuted. When the nine-member band appeared on Section TV recently, the "Growl" singer said that he is much more modest now.
"I think I've become more modest than I was as a rookie," Suho said, Nevertheless, his fellow band mates heckled him and asked him to say something that is more honest. When the kpop star laughed it off, Chanyeol came to his rescue.
The singer said, "Over the last four years, the members have steadily become closer and closer with the fans," reported Soompi.
Meanwhile, the latest news suggests that EXO will release their new album in the winter of 2015. During his interview, Suho revealed that his band is preparing for their comeback with a winter album, and asked for their fans' patience.
EXO recently completed the Japanese leg of their EXO'luXion tour. The band will travel to other parts of South East Asia and will perform in China and Macau in the next few weeks.