Much to nobody's surprise, EXO ended 2016 the way they've ended every year since 2013, by breaking records and winning another Album of the Year at the 2016 Mnet Asian Music Awards. It's no wonder they're recognized internationally as being the biggest boy band in the world.

With 2.13 million total albums sold in 2016, EXO has set another record in the Korean music industry. Selling 1.17 million copies of their third album EX’ACT and its repackaged album LOTTO,  425,000 copies of For Life, 276,000 copies of Hey Mama!, and 260,000 copies of Lay’s first solo album LOSE CONTROL,  the band continues to dominate record sales, all the while becoming the first group to perform six straight nights at the Gymnastics Stadium in Seoul. In neighboring Japan, EXO celebrated their 100th show at a sold-out concert at the 36,000-capacity Kyocera Dome in Osaka, Japan.

With no end to their success in sight, each of the members are spreading their wings, collaborating with other musicians, and even trying out a little acting. No matter what they do right now, things seem to work out pretty well for the boys of EXO. 2017 promises to be an even bigger year for Korea's premiere boy band, which surely will mean more broken records and more awards for the nine boys.

Watch then accept their awards at the Mnet Asian Music Awards 2016:


2016 Mnet Asian Music Awards

Starring Lee Byung Hun and

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