After conquering and wowing Asia with a series of Super Shows through the years, a fifth album and world domination is on Super Junior’s agenda for 2011
Local fans of Korean boyband Super Junior waited long and hard before the group’s Super Show concert finally made it to our shores.
On Saturday night, five years after their debut in 2005, the boys held their first sold-out concert in Singapore to a full house crowd of 6,000 ardent fans. They went on to throw an equally resounding successful second show yesterday after a press conference with the local media in the late afternoon.
Previously confined to the boundaries of Asia, international fans around the world have more reason to celebrate in 2011.
The prolific group has plans to bring a brand new Super Show 4 showcase to the rest of the world “after the release of their fifth album” this year, so says band leader Leeteuk, 27, when asked to share on the group’s plans and goals for 2011.
“We won’t restrict it [Super Show 4] to only Asia”, he smilingly adds, during an interview withxinmsn yesterday at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.
Before the press conference and interview, members of the media were told to submit their questions beforehand for the Korean management’s perusal. When xinmsn tried to further probe the members to share more about their upcoming fifth album, their Korean publicist stepped in and restricted the media from asking any other questions surrounding the topic.
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