EXO member D.O. was set to release his solo mini-album on July 26.
EXO member D.O. (Do Kyungsoo) was making his official solo debut as he was set to release his solo mini-album on July 26, 2021.
According to EXO’s official social media accounts, D.O. was scheduled to release his first solo mini-album on July 26 at 6:00 pm KST.
EXO had also revealed in its official social media accounts a black-and-white teaser photo that showed D.O. while running through a field of flowers.
According to KpopHerald, the said mini-album has a working title of “Sympathy” and will feature a total of eight tracks — including six new tracks and a bonus track.
D.O. of @weareoneEXO to drop his first solo album “Sympathy” (working title) on July 26. The EP will feature a total of eight tracks, including 6 new songs and a bonus track! #DO_SOLOISCOMING pic.twitter.com/U2QnJfbgRT— KpopHerald (@Kpop_Herald) July 1, 2021
Debuted under EXO last April 2012, D.O. became the sixth EXO member to have a solo album, following members Lay, Baekhyun, Chen, Suho, and Kai.
Prior to his upcoming album, he had released solo songs “That’s Okay” for SM Station and “Crying Out” as the official soundtrack for movie “Cart”.
He had been filming for the upcoming movie “The Moon” since being discharged from the military last January. D.O. was also confirmed to lead the Korean remake of the 2008 Taiwanese film “Secret”.
It was last June 2021 when EXO made their comeback with “Don’t Fight The Feeling”.
What can you say about this? Let us know in the comments below.