The “Deadpool” star is currently in South Korea to promote his new Netflix film “6 Underground”, which co-stars Adria Arjona, Mélanie Laurent, Ben Hardy, Dave Franco, Sebastian Roché, and Corey Hawkins.
EXO, on the other hand, is promoting their sixth studio album “Obsession”, which dropped on Nov. 27.
This is EXO’s first comeback without members D.O. and Xiumin, who are currently completing South Korea’s mandatory military service.
Reynolds captured moments of meeting the group, declaring himself as a new member.
“Thrilled to be EXO’s new member. I might not be able to dance or sing, but one thing’s for damn sure: I have no idea how to give the ‘thumbs up’ sign. Honestly, I never learned it,” the 43-year-old actor joked on Twitter.
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