[NEWS] Super Junior’s Ryeowook takes a group self portrait

20130205_ryeowookSuper Junior’s Ryeowook recently posted a self portrait that he took with the members of unit group Super Junior M. Continue reading


[NEWS] Super Junior’s Siwon to guest on first episode of “Strong Heart 2”


Super Junior M recently returned to the Chinese and Korean music scene with “Break Down,” and it was revealed that Super Junior member Siwon will be one of the first guests on “Strong Heart 2”! Continue reading

3rd anniversary of Super Junior-M’s debut, Taiwan fans hold congratulatory project

To celebrate SJ-M’s 3rd anniversary, Taiwan fans specially selected the LED wall at the Zhongshan and Minquan intersection in Taipei city to broadcast the celebratory video. The broadcast period will be from April 7th till April 10th, and the 30 second video will be played hourly everyday from 7am till 11pm.
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Interview with SJ-M: New members making the group more perfect, Jay Chou’s song is hard to sing

On the 3rd of March, idol group Super Junior-M (SJM) went to Shanghai with a new concept, to kick start promotional activities for their new 2nd mini album, <Too Perfect>. During this special interview, member Kyuhyun introduced the two new members, Eunhyuk and Sungmin, “They joining our group have made this sub-group more perfect, just like our new album title, <Too Perfect>.” The album also include <Love is Sweet> a song produced by Jay Chou and Fang Wen Shan, which SJM members added that it was an exceptionally difficult song to sing.
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SJM in Taiwan To Promote New Album, Eight Missing One, SM Entertainment stresses there was no breach in contract

Super Junior sub-group Super Junior-M (SJ-M) who came to promote their new Manadrin mini album, held a press conference after reaching Taipei on the 24th. However, it was eight* missing one, as Chinese member Zhoumi had problems with his visa. SJ-M’s Taiwanese agency, Fulong Agency, also issued a statement in regards to the previous day’s incident where Taiwan concert organizers wanted to file a lawsuit. They expressed that initially, the Korean agency did not directly sign the contract and at that time, the activities in Taiwan were done according to the terms in the contract.
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