EXO: D.O. thanks EXO L for 'waiting' a long time post military discharge; Shares soulful That's Okay live clip

EXO member D.O. penned a handwritten message to EXO-L as Doh Kyung-soo (real name) was discharged from his mandatory military service in accordance with COVID-19 protocol on January 25.
EXO: D.O. thanks EXO L for 'waiting' a long time post military discharge; Shares soulful That's Okay live clip
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It's indeed a splendid January for EXO-L as beloved EXO member D.O. was officially discharged from his mandatory military service on January 25, which was in accordance with COVID-19 protocol. It was earlier revealed by SM Entertainment that Doh Kyung-soo (real name) would be discharged directly from his final leave without having to return to the base.

Taking to the fan community Lysn, via Yonhap News and Soompi, Kyung-soo made sure to send a simple and sweet message to fans as he penned, "I’ve been discharged from the military. Thank you for waiting for such a long time. I’ll work hard. Stay healthy everyone!" The 28-year-old singer is the second EXO member after Xiumin to complete his military duties. Moreover, EXO leader Suho and Chen enlisted to the military in May and October 2020 respectively.

D.O. also had a special gift waiting for EXO-L, on the day of his discharge, as he dropped a live clip video of his heartwarming song That's Okay. Interestingly, That's Okay was released on July 1, 2019, the day of the 100 Days My My Prince star's enlistment. In the video, you can see Kyung-soo, in the recording room, keeping it warm in a grey sweatshirt, black jeans and black sneakers along with a black beanie in tow.

Check out D.O.'s That's Okay Live Clip below:

D.O.'s honey vocals is melting our hearts, indeed! Welcome back, Kyung-soo!

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Meanwhile, in his first acting project post his military discharge, Kyung-soo will be starring in the upcoming movie The Moon alongside veteran actor So Kyung-gyu of The Merciless fame.