Watch singer D.O. of K-pop group EXO perform 'That's OK' live after his discharge from military


D.O. is all set to resume his singing and acting career. Photo: SM Entertainment

D.O., member of K-pop boy band EXO, has completed his mandatory military service and was officially discharged on Monday (Jan 25).

According to his agency SM Entertainment, Doh Kyung-soo was recently on his final leave and was discharged without having to return to his base, due to the military's Covid-19 guidelines.

In a handwritten note posted on fan community Lysn, the 28-year-old thanked fans for waiting and said he will do his best in upcoming activities.

On the same day, he shared a music video of him singing his 2019 song That's OK on EXO's YouTube channel.

D.O., who enlisted in July 2019, is the second EXO member to complete mandatory military service. Band member Xiumin was discharged last month.

Members Chen and Suho are still serving their terms.

The singer who's also a talented actor had signed up to star in the sci-fi film The Moon opposite actor Sol Kyung-gu. The project was initially set to start filming in the first half of this year.

He was last seen in the 2018 film Swing Kids and period drama 100 Days My Prince (2018). – The Korea Herald/Asia News Network

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