If you’re reading this and you have no idea who EXO are, you are not just missing out on some great Kpop music; you are also being a stranger to a phenomenon that is taking the local music landscape by storm.
For starters, EXO is a Chinese-Korean boy group based in Seoul and formed in 2011 by S. M. Entertainment. EXO currently has nine members, but when they started, they had 12 members separated into two subgroups, EXO-K (Korean) and EXO-M (Mandarin). EXO-K is composed of Baekhyun, Suho, Chanyeol, Kai, Sehun, and D. O. while EXO-M is comprised of Lay, Xiumin, and Chen, along with former members Tao, Kris, and Luhan.
Typically when you hear the term boy band, you picture a stage filled with good-looking boys performing in front of hundreds, perhaps thousands of swooning girls. In some cases, talent is inessential. But not for our Kpop heroes who have undergone countless hours of rigorous training before they even come out in the open.
The result is a group of performers who can sing, dance, rap, and do what they do best which is charm the crowd. These boys are so good that they also have male fans, as opposed to most boy groups who only have the female fans.
They are big not just in their home countries and in our own but in many other parts of the world. In fact, they were touted as one of the biggest boy bands in the world by reliable media outlets at some point.
Whether we like it or not, Korean culture has come to us and legions of citizens across the country have welcomed it with open arms. Like Kdrama, Kpop is a phenomenon; Korean food has become extra delectable for many. That’s because people go to see and experience anything Korean.
For diehard fans, you give any EXO merchandise and you give them the world. But what if it’s the other way around and fans give the members some gifts? This actually happens most of the time in every Kpop concert, and EXO is no different. People would give them food and other items to show their appreciation or perhaps in hopes that they will be remembered in one way or another.
And since their upcoming 4th world tour is near, and they will be here in April for their Manila stop, let our team at 3D2G0 seal the deal for you. The trick is to give them a one-of-a-kind, customized gift. Who doesn’t want a 3D representation of themselves? Yes, how about giving 3D-printed EXO bobbleheads, action figures or a cake topper if you are planning on giving them a celebratory cake? Count on us to make it happen for you.
Contact us by calling or emailing and we’ll make a 3D-printed version of your favorite EXO member. If you want to give each member his own doll, no problem at all. With the technology that we use, we can go extra detailed on every doll we make.