EXO Members Smooching for Their Fans in China at 'China Big Love Concert'

By Staff Writer | July 29, 2013 10:03 AM EDT


On July 29, 2013, the members of EXO played a number of games during the China Big Love Concert, one of which was the infamous Pepero game.

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The mechanics of the game are simple; two people are to bite each end of the Pepero stick. They then have to nibble on the biscuit stick, inching closer to one another. The couple who leaves the least amount of the Pepero stick wins the game.

And apparently Suho and Tao of SM 12 member kpop group EXO did not plan on losing.

During their portion of the game, the two members were relentless intheir effort to come up on top that it seems that they went as far as the Pepero stick would allow them, and now they have these images surfacing around the net. 


This is a wonderful addition to their performances as they just made a bunch of school girls very happy. And the pictures are already turning viral in a matter of hours. In addition, we also see a bit of Kai and DO loving, but these pictures are still difficult to interpret without the fancams.


What do you suppose is happening in this next picture? Write down your interpretations and see if others will agree.

Tagged :  EXO, China

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