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” Group Super Junior ends their 9-months long 2nd Asian tour concert ‘SuperShow 2′ with their concert performance in the Philippines.

The group had their finale concert performance of ‘Super Show 2′ on 10th April in Philippines Araneta Coliseum. During the 3-hour concert that day, the group put up various grand performances totally up to 36 song performances.

Super Junior started their concert tour last July starting from Beijing to Shanghai, HongKong, Bangkok, Taipei, Nanjing, Kuala Lumpur and Manila etc in 9 cities over 15 concert performances. And the concert tour saw about 198K fans mobilized.

Currently, there has been great demand for ‘Super Show 3′ to have concert performances in cities like Vietnam and Singapore which the group did not visit during their Super Show 2.”

Original article: Newsen
English translation: K Bites


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MANILA, Philippines – Fans of the popular Korean pop group Super Junior break into a stampede as they welcomed the cute guys upon their arrival yesterday at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).

Super Junior is mounting a big concert tonight at the Araneta Coliseum, presented by Smart Buddy with Bench and Hyundai as co-presentors.

The three-hour show, set on the largest stage ever constructed in the Big Dome, will start promptly at 7 o’clock.

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I was watching the news last night and girls WERE RUNNING!

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…by Filipino fans that is. As other artists get busy for their comebacks this month, Super Junior has headed down south to the Philippines for their Super Show 2 tour sponsored by MYX and Pulp Live Productions. The group arrived at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila just today, and the fan response has been overwhelming.

The members ended up taking a different path from the terminal in order to avoid the crowd; however, many still managed to catch a glimpse of the stars as they made their way to the vehicles. Now, the idea of screaming fangirls in an airport is nothing new, but the following clips are pretty incredible:

With a screaming crowd like this, you would’ve thought the apocalypse was coming or something… it just goes to show how popular this thirteen-man group is overseas, I guess.

The young men will have their concert on April 10, and will be staying at the Makati Shangri-La Hotel. Many thanks to Lizanne E. for the tip!

source : allkpop

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They may sing in a different language, but Korean boy band Super Junior — or SuJu — has proven that music really knows no boundaries. The 13-member group, which was formed in 2005, has been winning fans not only in Seoul, but the rest of the world with their distinct urban contemporary pop sound.
Of course, it helps that fans are swept away by the good-looking boys. The members sport stylish haircuts and wear stylish clothes, which compliment their well-choreographed, highly synchronized dance routines.

So despite the language barrier, SuJu’s members — Leeteuk, Heechul, Han Geng, Yesung, Kang-in, Shindong, Sungmin, Eunhyuk, Donghae, Siwonm, Ryeowook, Kibum and Kyuhyun — have fans screaming for more, wherever they perform.

In Shanghai, Bangkok, or Taipei, SuJu performs its K-pop hits in sold-out concerts. The group’s first Asian tour, dubbed Super Show, made ticket sales records in the venues where they performed.

When SuJu announced a tour in January 2008, over 120,000 fans in Seoul tried to buy the available 13,000 tickets online simultaneously, crashing the computer servers. As soon as the server were back in commission, all the tickets were reportedly sold out in just 18 minutes.

The first Super Show concert tour, which ran from February 2008 until March 2009, was said to be so successful that a follow-up Asian tour was announced only three months after the last show in South Korea.

Super Show 2 began another round of concerts in South Korea, China and Thailand. But due to the clamor of fans elsewhere in the region, organizers have expanded the tour to include concerts in Hong Kong, Malaysia and the Philippines.

News about the Philippine concert spread like wildfire in the social networking site Facebook and the micro-blog Web site Twitter as early as December. However, organizers officially confirmed SuJu’s April 10 concert at the Araneta Coliseum only in January.

As soon as local concert organizer, Pulp Entertainment, began selling “exclusive” tickets through Facebook in January, the most expensive “super VIP” tickets (which cost as much as P8,500) were snapped up in an instant.

As of Tuesday, tickets worth P7,920 for the “standing room only” area near the stage were also all sold out, together with the cheapest general admission tickets (P1,060), prompting organizers to speculate this early that the SuJu concert tomorrow night might break Araneta Coliseum box office records.

But even before the boys of SuJu performs their first song, Pulp Entertainment claimed that the concert will make history as the music event with the largest indoor stage ever built in the country.

The stage for the concert will use as many as 329 stage platforms — the previous record for the largest stage used 209 stage platforms.

Pulp Entertainment has taken almost a week to set up in the Araneta Coliseum, taking up virtually the entire “patron area” for the stage.

The producers assured that SuJu will have a full concert tomorrow night. “Unlike many international superstars who have come to the Philippines, Super Junior will not be holding out,” the concert organizer said in a statement. “The Super Junior Super Show 2 in Manila will run a minimum of three hours with the band performing over 30 songs with massive amounts of stage effects to boot.”

Because of this, Pulp Entertainment said Araneta Coliseum’s gates will open as early as 5 p.m. since the concert will start promptly at 7 p.m.

The group promises to perform all its hits in the concert, including “U,” “Don’t Don,” and “Sorry, Sorry.”

And contrary to rumors, SuJu’s official Web site assured that the members will perform all the songs in Manila live, and will not lip-sync in at least six of their production numbers as claimed by the band’s detractors.

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Due to Super Junior leader Leeteuk’s recent back injury, fellow member Kyuhyun recently stepped into his groupmate’s role on Sukira radio as a guest host.

On the show, Kyuhyun covered White’s Seven Years’ Love (7년간의 사랑), a track that he also performed at a live showcase last June. The song was released that same month with all proceeds going to UNICEF.

source : allkpop

Former SJ Member Hangeng has just returned to China, and talks about the things he does after contract termination for the first time. He revealed to the reporter that his life is very disciplined now, he has more time to spend with his parents. Many people are curious what Hangeng’s lifestyle is like after termination, this is also the first question the reporter asked Hangeng. Maybe it’s because his relationship with SM Entertainment is becoming more distant, Hangeng wasn’t as sensitive to the question as the rumors say he is, “After terminating, besides resting, I also learned new things. Regarding a new company, it’s managed by my team, I only focus on doing my things, I trust my team.” Even though many fans worry about Hangeng’s mood after terminating contract, but Hangeng gave these kind of guesses a reply, he said: “Actually it’s not like what everyone thinks, because for the past years I was too busy, there’s basically no personal time. So after I left the group my life became very disciplined, I sleep before 12o clock everyday now. You can all see my vitality now, it’s not bad at all.” Hangeng also exposed that he’s currently enjoying the alone time he’s spending with his parents, “I was too busy before, and was always away, so if I want to see Mom and Dad it’s really hard, now I can make up for it.” Hangeng himself revealed that he’ll be one of the “New forces of Ten Years” that’s attending Music Billboard’s Ten Year Ceremony being held in ShenZhen.

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