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After melting our hearts with that lovely audio teaser for their new Japanese release, the vocal line ofSuper Junior,Super Junior K.R.Y, are back to do it again with the short version PV for "Join Hands"!
The single won"t come out until August 5th, but this video will hopefully hold you over until then! The three members croon their hearts out and look fantastic in each of their close up shots, so it can"t get much better than this!
Check out that piece of heaven above!
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Super Junior K.R.Y bring back their heavenly voices with audio teaser for Japanese single "Join Hands"
Those heavenly voices representing the vocal line of Super Junior, Super Junior K.R.Y, are getting ready to melt your hearts with upcoming Japanese single "Join Hands"!
The single isn"t set for release until August 5th, but to make the wait a little easier, or perhaps harder, we"ve been treated to an audio teaser!
As expected, the beautiful voices of the three members don"t disappoint and neither does the song by the sound of it so far! Listen to the snippet below as you await the release coming down the road!
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-- With the end of the Fukukoka conert, Super Junior DE successfully completed its second Japanese tour.
Beginning in Saitama on April 3, Super Junior DE kicked off its second tour Super Junior DE Japan Tour 2015 -Present-, holding concerts in Osaka, Nagoya, and Fukuoka with a total of four cities and 10 concerts. The concerts gathered more than 100,000 fans, proving Super Junior DE′s popularity in Japan.
During the Fukuoka concert on April 22 and 23 at the Marine Messe Fukuoka, Super Junior DE delivered diverse music and performances, causing the audience members to burst into loud cheers.
At this concert, Super Junior DE performed Oppa Oppa, I Wanna Dance, Motorcycle, Saturday Night, Skeleton, Wine, Gift, Growing Pains, The Beat Goes On, Mother, and many more from its Japanese and Korean albums. The concert took place for around three hours with a total of 24 songs.
The concert in Japan was also available for ′Surround Viewing′ on April 22 in Korea, Japan, and Chile. In Korea, the viewing took place at the SMTOWN COEX Artium, in Japan at the SMTOWN Theater in Huis Ten Bosch, and in Chile at the Espacio Riesco’s Pabellon 4.
Meanwhile, Super Junior DE released its Japanese mini album Present in January, rising to second place on Oricon′s Weekly Album Charts.
Photo Credit: SM Entertainment
Super Juniors unit group DEwill be starting their second Japanese tour.
According to Sankei and Nikkan Sports, the duo held a concert from April 3 to 5 at the Saitama Super Arena.
Although it is their second tour in Japan, they have expanded the location size and made it their first arena tour.
They performed songs from their new mini album, Present, and performed tracks from it for the first time in front of fans.
Last month, they released their first album, The Beat Goes On.
This tour will hold a total of 10 concerts with their final performance in Fukuoka and plans to meet with a total of 100,000 fans.
(Photo : Facebook) Last Tuesday, they released a video on the SMTown YouTube channel for their song, Can You Feel It.
Donghae and Eunhyuk are seen asking any different artists including BoA, TVXQ, Super Junior and others to do the Chok Chok Dance.
DonghaeEunhyuk is a subgroup of Super Junior and made their debut in 2011 with their song, Oppa, Oppa.
Super Junior’s Donghae & Eunhyuk release teaser photos + info for their 3rd Japanese single “Skeleton”
With the success of their previous title track “Motorcycle” and first full-length Japanese album “Ride Me,” back in March, as well as their first tour, Donghae and Eunhyuk are now returning to the music scene with their 3rd Japanese single “Skeleton.”
Its release is scheduled to be Wednesday, August 6th, along with physical copies of CDs and DVDs. The full album tracklist consists of just two tracks, as well as their instrumentals – “Skeleton,” “Wonderland,” and the instrumental versions of both. Meanwhile, the DVD includes clips of the making film for “Skeleton,” as well as its music video.
The cost of both is $19.14, while the cost of a CD alone is $10.63. A special CD extra is included in some CD discs, in which “SUPER JUNIOR D & E THE 1ST JAPAN TOUR 2014” live video will also be streaming. However, this will be a first enclosure privilege, and will be distributed randomly. The offer is a limited privilege only if one has purchased the copy already by logging into ELF-JAPAN’s official online shop. The offer is equal to all, regardless of whether is a part of Donghae and Eunhyuk’s fan café or not.
Reservations have begun from June 10 at the ELF-Japan shop in which there are two sites to used to make orders.
But in the meantime, stay tuned for more info and future teasers from Donghae and Eunhyuk until August 6th! Are you excited for their comeback?
Source: Super Junior Official Japanese Site (1 and 2)
The first Japanese full-length album “Ride Me” of Super Junior‘s Donghae and Eunhyuk has just been released on February 26.
In celebration of the album’s release, Donghae and Eunhyuk filmed a video message introducing 13 songs in their new album including “Oppa, Oppa“, “I Wanna Dance“, “Hello“, “Love That I Need“, “Kiss Kiss Dynamite“, “Let It Go“, “Bari 5 !“, “Android Syndrome“, “Teenage Queen“, “Champagne Girl“, and title track “Motorcycle“.
The duo also talked about their Japanese tour, which will begin on March 4th and will drop by Nagoya, Hiroshima, Osaka, Tokyo, and more.
Watch their video message below!
With their upcoming Japanese promotions getting closer, Super Junior"s Donghae shared a picture with Eunhyuk for their album photo shoot.
Donghae wrote via Twitter on the 23rd, "Filming the video for the DonghaeEunhyuk Japanese concert!! It"s our first time seeing each other in a while after my movie ended, heh. I missed you! My friend, heh." In the photo, Eunhyuk and Donghae are pictured in a busy studio wearing colorful outfits in preparation for their new album.
Recall that the two idols will be releasing their first Japanese album "RIDE ME" on February 26th.
Are you excited for Eunhyuk and Donghae"s duo project?
Get ready to fall into the blue world of Super Junior!
Super Junior revealed a short version of the music video for their new Japanese song, “Blue World,” which surely does not disappoint. The short version of the music video, released on November 28, shows how Super Junior’s charisma is still flowing in every dance move.
Having debuted seven years ago, Super Junior defines how their experiences over the years have guided the group to produce stronger and more charming songs. Although the short version shows only half of the music video, “Blue World” seems to display the group’s signature vocals and dance moves that have labeled the group as unique and multi-talented.
“Blue World” is Super Junior’s fifth Japanese single that is planned to be released on December 11. The song is the first original Japanese song released by the group, thus heightening the level of anticipation held by fans.
Experience Super Junior’s “Blue World” below, and be mesmerized by the group’s amplified vocals and dance!
Last week, Hallyu stars Super Junior held their concert in Osaka while JYJ’s Jaejoong held his concert in Yokohama. Super Junior brought together 90,000 Japanese fans, while Jaejoong brought together 60,000 fans for his concert.
On November 17, SM Entertainment announced that Super Junior’s world tour, “Super Show 5” held in Osaka, Japan from November 15 –16 brought together about 90,000 Japanese fans. Super Junior performed 32 songs including their hit songs “Mr Simple,” “Bonamana,” and “Sexy, FreeSingle.” Most importantly, Super Juniors revealed for the first time the stage for their fifth Japanese single “Blue World” planned for release in December, creating high praises from fans. Furthermore, members Eun Hyuk and Donghae who released singled “Oppa, Oppa” and “I Wanna Dance” announced their plans to release their first full album next year, creating excitement and anticipation for the duo unit’s Japanese tour.
On the same two days, C-JeS Entertainment also revealed that JYJ’s Jaejoong opened to a crowd of 60,000 at his “First Album Asia Tour Concert.” In celebration of the release of his first full album, Jaejoong performed with a six-member band and a 14-member orchestra. The singer performed songs including his new songs “Butterfly,” “9+1#,” and “Rotten Love.” Jaejoong expressed, “It’s my first performance in Japan after releasing my album, and I am thankful for all the people who have come. I am very happy singing on stage while looking at our fans. I didnt know that time was going so quickly these past two days.”
Truly amazing, Super Junior and Jaejoong!
Super Junior has released an audio preview for upcoming Japanese single Blue World, giving fans snippets of their latest tracks.
The title track, also titled Blue World, is a powerful, upbeat dance tune featuring strong, visceral lyrics. The single also includes the ballad Candy as B-side track.
Check out the preview below: