[SS2/NANJING] SUPER JUNIOR’S CHINA CONCERT IS A SUCCESS
|Members of Super Junior wave to fans at their concert in Nanjing, China [SM Entertainment]|
Korean idol group Super Junior successfully wrapped up their second Asian tour over the weekend, according to a press release by their agency SM Entertainment.
The boy band finished off their “Super Show 2” in Nanjing on Saturday, performing at a fully-packed Nanjing Olympic Sports Center for three hours.
Super Junior sang a total of 33 songs including the smash hit “Sorry, Sorry”, “U”, “It’s You” and “Miracle”. The concert also featured individual performances by the members and by the group’s sub-units Super Junior-M, Super Junior-T and Super Junior-K.R.Y.
The fans particularly loved the Chinese version of “Superman”, where Super Junior-T member Heechul and Shindong changed parts of the song’s lyrics into Chinese.
Super Junior, composed of 13 members, has been one of the most popular K-pop acts in Asia since their debut in 2005. They recently won 3 awards at Korea’s Annual Golden Disc Awards, including the grand prize for their hit album “Sorry, Sorry.”
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