Super Junior Yesung, introduced on a Japanese programme that provides Korean language courses


Super Junior Yesung’s song was introduced on a Japanese programme that teaches Korean.

Recently, on NHK Japan’s programme which provides Korean courses, Super Junior Yesung’s hit song “It Has To Be You”, which is the OST for the KBS2 drama “Cinderella’s Stepsister”, was introduced. The MCs explained that “Super Junior is a popular group which has 13 members gathered under its fold, and has widespread activities in terms of singing, MC-ing, acting and more. Yesung is responsible for the lead vocals (in the group), and in recognition of his outstanding vocals he also has solo activities”. Later on, they appreciated a scene in the drama which had “It Has To Be You” as an insert, and also had some time to analyse the lyrics of the song.

Although Super Junior has had several activities in Japan through the SMTown concerts, they have not officially made their debut in Japan. However their popularity is so massive that a solo song (of theirs) was introduced on a Korean language teaching programme. They already have a popularity great enough to keep them in first place on music charts for more than 32 weeks in Chinese-speaking countries such as Hong Kong, Taiwan and China, and have demonstrated that they are truly worthy to be recognised as the “Hallyu-dols” in Asia.

Super Junior is expected to attend the “K-pop Super Live Concert” which will be opening at Tokyo, Japan on the 15th of May.

Source: Sports Chosun
Translated by eternalsnow @ SJ-WORLD.NET
Shared by AYOSHIARI @ SJ-WORLD.NET
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