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EXO Fans Worldwide Prepares EXO Half Year Project

By Staff Writer | June 07, 2012 05:04 PM EDT

EXO-K, EXO-M
EXO-K, EXO-M (Photo : SM)

EXO fan club is preparing for a special event in celebration to EXO's half-year anniversary.

The EXO International Union fan club released a YouTube video requesting the active participation of international fans in their project.

The first international project for EXO-K and EXO-M titled 'EXOTIC FACES' will display not only the boys beautiful, exotic faces but will also include the faces of international fans. EXO International Union is requesting international fans to send in a photo of their face which will be edited and included in a photobook and XXL poster.

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Fans are welcome to send in letters or donations as well. For more details regarding the event please visit the EXO International Union website.

EXO International Union fan club was launched before EXO's debut on April 8 and now consists a total of 19 international fan sites.


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