Korean boy band Super Junior-M (SJ-M in short) members are having long stay in Taiwan to film a drama and to learn Mandarin. They made use of their free time yesterday to PK1 in making dumplings. The dumplings that Sungmin made looked like the shape of flowers, while Eunhyuk jokingly made the dumplings into the shape of spring rolls since his skill isn’t as good. Not only do they have skilled hands, they are also good at making money. Last year, together with their main band Super Junior, they made 2,304,600,000 TWD2 for their company SM Entertainment, and half the amount earned was from their activities/album sales in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Japan!
Even though Henry’s mother is a Taiwanese, he confessed that he only learnt how to make dumplings while on variety shows and that he isn’t very good at it. Chinese member Zhou Mi confidently said that because he has been helping his mother to make dumplings since young, his skill is above average, but was labelled as ugly by Ryeowook in the end.
Ryeowook and Sungmin skillfully made Korean-styled dumplings in the shape of a circle and flower, and Sungmin explains: “Koreans believed that the prettier the dumplings you make, the more beautiful your child will be!” By making the dumplings in the shape of spring rolls, Eunhyuk used his creativity to stand out. Donghae, who is trying hard to learn Mandarin, was still unable to catch the 4 tones in Mandarin, and kept pronouncing ‘dumplings’ as ‘sleeping’3.
1 PK = to compete against each other.
2 TWD: Taiwan New Dollar
3 The han yu pin yin for both sleeping and dumplings are “shui jiao” but are of different tone.
Translated by xpɪʟʟowx @ SJ-WORLD.NET
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