Thursday, August 4, 2011

Super Junior Holds Their Fifth Album Comeback Conference

Posted by Suraya Hani at 12:08 PM

On August 4th, Super Junior held a press conference for their fifth album at the Imperial Palace Hotel in Nonhyun-dong, Seoul.

Hosted by Kim Sung Joo, the event brought in over 200 media outlets from Korea, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, and many other countries.

Leader Leeteuk began, “Because I have to enlist in the army, we will be promoting this album for as long as possible. I believe that the army is a duty that every Korean man must fulfill, so I will be enlisting when the time comes.”

He continued, “The leaders of K-Pop, Super Junior, have finally made their comeback after a year and two months. We promise to promote as hard as ever.”

Shindong added, “I thought a lot about wanting to show everyone what we prepared as quickly as possible. Our music video will be released today, so please look forward to it.”

Sungmin said, “Everyone gave us so much love for our fourth album, so we will be going out to as many stages as possible to show everything we have.”Eunhyuk continued, “There’s some pressure since we’re making a comeback amidst such intense attention, but the members all have a tight bond together so I’m looking forward to our promotions.”

When asked about their title track, “Mr. Simple“, Leeteuk replied, “It’s a track that emphasizes all the best parts about Super Junior. There are some who say it’s similar to ‘Sorry Sorry‘ and ‘Bonamana‘, but we’re sure that if you listen to it, you’ll come away with a different feel. There have been many unfortunate events going around lately, so we hope that everyone listens to our songs and receive positive energy.”

Shindong concluded with a smile, “We’ve prepared a lot of performances this time, even choreography that each of the members came up with on their own.”

Super Junior will be making their comeback on KBS’s ‘Music Bank‘ on August 5th.


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