EXO's Suho concludes first solo concert with global success, announces Asia and Europe tour

EXO's Suho successfully concluded his first solo concert in 12 years since his debut.

The ‘2024 SUHO CONCERT SU:HOME’, held on May 25-26 at the Olympic Hall in Olympic Park, Songpa-gu, Seoul, was completely sold out. 


The final day's performance was also broadcast live online via Beyond Live and Weverse, allowing fans from the United States, Japan, Mexico, Singapore, Australia, Germany, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan, and other countries to watch simultaneously, reaffirming Suho's global popularity as a solo artist.

Suho was involved in the planning and direction of the concert concept, with the name ‘SU’ inviting fans into a “home” that reflects his unique sensibilities. The stage design replicated the house depicted in the concert poster, creating the atmosphere of different sections like rooms, a living room, and a garden, using elements like sheer curtains, curved screens, and circular lifts to enhance the visual experience.

As the concert preceded Suho's new mini-album comeback on May 31, seven tracks from the album were premiered.

Additionally, Suho, who has a deep passion for band sounds, curated a diverse setlist based on rock genres, performing with a live band. He played electric and acoustic guitars on some stages, showcasing his musical talents. He also invited guest artists Younha and Giriboy, delivering unique performances that were well received.

Fans, dressed in a pink dress code, filled the venue and held slogans that read “Thank you for inviting us to SU” and “If eternity exists, it would be the story of Suho and us.” They sang along to “Let's Love” and “Made In You,” and organized various events such as shining flashlights during the encore and flying paper airplanes, with Suho reading the messages on the paper planes and shedding tears of gratitude.


At the end of the concert, Suho expressed his gratitude, saying, “Thank you to EXO-Ls for coming to my first solo concert and to all the staff who worked hard for the concert. I showed a performance filled with Suho’s emotions, and I was very happy to enjoy it together with you. I hope you continue to watch me as an artist who shows actions rather than words. If eternity exists, it is our story. This concert marks the beginning of my ‘Draw Line’ album activities, so let’s meet more often in the future.”

Following the Seoul concert, Suho will continue with an Asia tour in seven regions, including Manila on June 22, Hong Kong on July 6, Taipei on July 13, Bangkok on July 20, Kuala Lumpur on July 28, and Jakarta on August 10. He will also embark on a European tour in five regions: London on September 10, Paris on September 12, Düsseldorf on September 14, Berlin on September 16, and Warsaw on September 18