Nine-member K-pop boy group EXO has been making waves since they dropped their comeback album, Don't Stop The Feeling, on Monday, June 7. Fans can't stop talking about the five-track release and the special EXO-L dedication reveal at the end of their powerful MV. TBH, we're also loving the influx of special content (including a web game!) that we're seeing online that amplifies the group's comeback.
From our fangirl hearts to yours: Here are hand-picked binge-worthy faves to usher in the feels as we continue to soak in EXO's comeback glory.
1. EXO Next Door (2015)
Where to watch it: EXO Next Door YouTube Channel, Amazon Prime Video
The plot: Introverted EXO-L Ji Yeon Hee (Moon Ga Young) gets the shock of her life when she finds out that EXO members Chanyeol, D.O., Baekhyun, and Sehun have moved into the house next door. Her fangirl heart explodes when the boys (playing fictional versions of themselves) hire her to be their part-time house cleaner. The feels escalate as she gets to know the boys in person and finds herself in a love triangle with Chanyeol (who happens to be her long-lost childhood crush) and mild-mannered D.O. Keep your eyes peeled for the rest of the EXO members who play supporting roles in this fan favorite!
2. Unforgettable (2016)
Where to watch it: Viu
The plot: Unforgettable is a coming-of-age film about first love and friendship. It tells the story of Beom Sil (Park Yong Woo), a radio DJ who receives a letter from his childhood love, Jung Soo Ok. The letter takes him back to the summer of 1991 and reveals the adventures he shared with her and their friends. Do Kyung Soo aka EXO's D.O. plays the role of the young Beom Sil and teams up with Kim So Hyun, who stars as Soo Ok. Warning: Come prepared with tissue because this film is a tearjerker!
3. One Way Trip (2016)
Where to watch it: Viu, Vivamax
The plot: Best friends Yong Bi (Ji Soo), Sang Woo (Kim Jun Myeon aka EXO's Suho), Ji Gong (Ryu Jun Yeol) and Doo Man (Kim Hee Chan) embark on an impromptu road trip before Sang Woo enlists for military service. The gang's free-spirited adventure takes a turn for the worse when they find themselves saving a woman who turns on them for killing her husband. Eye candy and a showcase of acting chops make this dramatic thriller worth your while.
4. 7 First Kisses (2016)
Where to watch it: LDF TV by Lotte Duty Free on YouTube
The plot: NBSB department store employee Min Soo Jin (Lee Cho Hee) lives a life that becomes extraordinary when she meets Goddess of Multiple Fates, Choi Ji Woo. In their encounter, she is given the opportunity to pick her first kiss from a string of seven attractive men. She gets to choose between: Mr. Perfect (Lee Joon Ki), a romantic boss (Park Hae Jin), a sexy secret agent (Ji Chang Wook), a charming student (Kim Jong In aka Kai), a chaebol son (Ok Taecyeon), a charismatic actor (Lee Jong Suk) and an adventurous traveler (Lee Min Ho). The roster of this web series' leading men alone is enough to give you so many feels.
5. 100 Days My Prince (2018)
Where to watch it: Netflix, Viu, iQIYI
The plot: This historical drama tells the story of Crown Prince Lee Yul (Do Kyung Soo), who loses his memory due to an assassination attempt. He finds himself nursed to health by Mr. Yeon, a common man, and his adopted daughter, Hong Sim (Nam Ji Hyun). To save his daughter from a series of unfortunate situations, Mr. Yeon takes advantage of Lee Yul’s amnesia and sets him up as his daughter's fiancé, Won Deuk. Fans will love the kilig moments that ensue when Won Deuk and Hong Shim get married and the revelations that slowly come after.
6. The Box (2021)
Where to watch it: Vivamax, iWant TFC
The plot: Aspiring singer-slash-guitarist Ji Hoon (Park Chanyeol) has the talent and looks to make it big. The only thing getting in his way is his inability to sing in front of an audience. He faces his destiny when he catches the eye of washed-up music producer Min Su (Jo Dal Hwan). Together, they embark on a journey full of busking and self-discovery. This jukebox musical features cover performances of songs by artists such as Bille Eilish, Coldplay, Pharrell Williams, Mariah Carey, and more.
7. Now, We Are Breaking Up (premieres in the second half of 2021)
The plot: Based on what we know so far, this highly anticipated romantic drama showcases the complexity of relationships in the context of Korea's fashion industry. It revolves around realist Ha Young Eun (Song Hye Kyo), who works as a design team manager at a top fashion label. Things get interesting when rich, freelance photographer Yoon Jae Guk (Jang Ki Yong), aka *the* guy who has it all, disrupts her world.
Oh Sehun, plays the role of Hwang Chi Hyung, a newbie designer working alongside Song Hye Kyo's character. Fans are excited to see Sehun showcase his acting chops in his first major network drama.