Elfs and Super Junior

Elfs and Super Junior

Super Junior Fever

Super Junior Fever

Super Junior

Super Junior (Korean: 슈퍼주니어), often referred to as SJ or SuJu (슈주), is a popular boy band from South Korea formed by SM Entertainment in 2005. With a total of 13 members, they are one of the largest boy bands in the world. The group consists of Leeteuk(leader), Heechul, Han Geng, Yesung, Kangin, Shindong,Sungmin, Eunhyuk, Donghae, Siwon, Ryeowook, Kibum, and Kyuhyun. The only Chinese member, Han Geng, was chosen from three thousand applicants via auditions held in China by SM Entertainment in 2001.

As of 2010, only 10 members are active, due to Han Geng's ongoing lawsuit against SM Entertainment, Kibum's pursuit of other interests, and Kang-in's leave of absence for mandatory military service. However, the remaining members have insisted that they are still part of the group.

Super Junior has released and contributed in 20 different kinds of records with varying degrees of success. Over the years, they have been divided into smaller sub groups, simultaneously targeting different music industries and audiences. Largely due to Super Junior's success as entertainers, other Korean entertainment managements began to train their music groups in other areas of entertainment, such as acting and hosting. In addition to their commercial success, Super Junior has earned seven music awards from the M.net Asian Music Awards, eleven from the Golden Disk Awards, and is the second singing group to win Favorite Artist Korea at the 2008 MTV Asia Awards after JTL in 2003.

Leeteuk

Park Jung-su (born July 1, 1983), better known by his stage name Leeteuk, is a Korean pop singer, presenter, and occasional actor. He is the leader of the super boy band Super Junior. His stage name literally means "special".

Leeteuk

Leeteuk

Heechul

Kim Hee-chul (born July 10, 1983), sometimes mononymously credited as Heechul, is a Korean pop singer, actor, presenter, and a member of the 13-member, boy band Super Junior.

Heechul

Heechul

Hangeng

Han Geng or Hankyung (born February 9, 1984), is a Chinese pop singer and actor active in South Korea. A member of the Korean boy band Super Junior, he is also the leader of its subgroup, Super Junior-M. Being one of the four lead dancers of Super Junior, he is also one of the two members in the group who frequently performs Chinese martial arts in Super Junior's dance routines the other being Sungmin. Han is well-known for his dancing, being particularly skillful in Chinese traditional dances from the 56 Chinese ethnic groups. As a member of a Korean music group, he is an important contributor to the Korean wave in China. One of the first and more influential Chinese artist in Korea, Han was elected as a torch bearer for the 2008 Beijing Olympics for his contribution to the cultural changes between China and South Korea. He has recently requested the courts to terminate his contract with SM Entertainment, as he feels that it is unlawful and overly restrictive.

Hangeng

Hangeng

Yesung

Kim Jong-woon (born August 24, 1984), better known by his stage name Yesung, is a Korean pop singer and occasional actor. He is one of the three lead vocalists of the super boy band Super Junior. He was once a radio host for his own radio program, M.I.R.A.C.L.E for You, which ended its broadcast in September 2007. His stage name Yesung (Hanja: ) is translated to "art-like voice" and is derived from the phrase "예술가의 성대", meaning "vocal chords of an artist."

Yesung

Yesung

Kangin

Kim Young-woon (born January 17, 1985), better known by his stage name Kang-in, is a Korean pop singer, actor, MC, presenter, and a member of the super boy band Super Junior. His name 'Kang-in' (Hanja: ), meaning strong benevolence, was given to him to complement his personality. Currently, Kang-in will not be joining Super Junior for their fourth album. He will be starting his two-year military service in October 2010.

Kangin

Kangin

Shindong

Shin Dong-hee (born September 28, 1985), better known by his stage name Shindong, is a Korean pop singer, actor, presenter, and a member of the super boy band Super Junior. He is a great dancer but also a rapper, often co-writing rap lyrics and rhythms with Eunhyuk.

Shindong

Shindong

Sungmin

Sungmin (born January 1, 1986), real name Lee Sung-min, is a Korean pop singer and actor. He is considered to be one of the four lead vocalists of the super boy band Super Junior. He is also a martial artist and one of the two members of the group to frequently performChinese martial arts in Super Junior's dance routines, the other being Han Geng.

Sungmin

Sungmin

Eunhyuk

Lee Hyuk Jae (born April 4, 1986), better known by his stage name Eunhyuk, is a Korean dancer, rapper, presenter, song writer, and occasional actor. He is a member of the large band Super Junior, in which his position in the group is the lead rapper and one of the four lead dancers. To prevent confusion with famous Korean comedian Lee Hyuk-jae, he decided to use the name 'Eunhyuk', meaning "jewel". He is often called "the Jewel Guy" because of this choice of stage name and "the Dancing Machine".

Eunhyuk

Eunhyuk

Donghae

Lee Dong-hae (born October 15, 1986), better known mononymously as Donghae (lit. East Sea), is a Korean pop singer and occasionalactor. He is one of four lead dancers of boy band Super Junior and is part of its subgroup, Super Junior-M. Donghae is also one of the first four Korean artists to appear on Chinese postage stamps.

Donghae

Donghae

Siwon

Choi Si-won (born February 10, 1987), sometimes mononymously credited as Siwon, is a Korean pop singer and actor. He is a member of super boy band Super Junior and is part of its subgroup, Super Junior-M. Siwon is best known for his role in the 2006 Hong Kong historical action film A Battle of Wits as the young prince, Liang Shi. He is also one of the first four Korean artists to be on Chinese postage stamps.

Siwon

Siwon

Ryeowook

Kim Ryeo-wook (born June 21, 1987), best known mononymously as Ryeowook, is a Korean singer-songwriter and occasional actor. He is one of the three lead vocalists of the super boy band Super Junior, and is also a member of Super Junior-K.R.Y and Super Junior-M, two subgroups that are branched out from the main group. Along with four other members of Super Junior, he is one of the first Korean artists to appear on Chinese postage stamps.

Ryeowook

Ryeowook

Kibum

Kim Ki-bum (born August 21, 1987), sometimes mononymously credited as Kibum, is a Korean pop singer, actor, and member of the super boy band Super Junior. He made his debut in the Korean television drama, April Kiss in 2004. Although debuted as an actor, he achieved higher results as a singer after his music debut with Super Junior in 2005.

Kibum

Kibum

Kyuhyun

Cho Kyu-hyun (born February 3, 1988), best known mononymously as Kyuhyun, is a Korean pop singer. He is the last member to join the super boy band Super Junior, and is considered as one of the three lead vocalists of the group. He is also one of the first four Korean artists to appear on Chinese postage stamps.

Kyuhyun

Kyuhyun

Henry

Henry Lau (born October 11, 1989), better known mononymously as Henry, is a Chinese Canadian singer (His father is from Hong Kong, and his mother is from Taiwan.) and pop violinist. He is one of the two new additional members to the Super Junior sub-unit Super Junior-M, the other being Zhou Mi. Henry's primary language is English, he is fluent in Mandarin and can speak conversationally in Korean andCantonese. He also learned French in Canada.

Henry

Henry

Zhou Mi

Zhou Mi (Chinese: 周觅; pinyin: Zhōu Mì; born April 19, 1986 in Wuhan, Hubei) is a Chinese pop singer and emcee. He is one of the two new members of Super Junior's third sub-unit Super Junior-M, the other being Henry.

Aside from providing lead and background vocals, he contributed to the group's first Chinese album "迷 (Me)" by writing the Chinese lyrics for "爱你爱你 (Love Song)", "Marry U" and "渴望 (A Man In Love)". In 2009, he wrote Chinese lyrics for "告白 (Confession)" and "爱情接力 (You & Me)" off Super Junior-M's first mini-album, Super Girl.

He speaks fluent Mandarin, and understands conversational Korean and Cantonese.

Zhou Mi

Zhou Mi

Sub-Group Unit

Super Junior-K.R.Y, established in November 2006, is a trio formed by Kyuhyun, Ryeowook, and Yesung. The company discovered that these three members developed a particular personal and subsequent fan-base that was separate from the rest of the group, and how they also had similar musical qualities. They therefore grouped these three members together to perform particular songs to target a more mature audience. Being amongst the most vocally powerful members of the group, Super Junior-K.R.Y are credited to singing mournful, R&B-style ballads, a style that has proven very popular in recent years although stagnation in the style's development is causing it to lose its once fresh evocative power.

Super Junior-Trot (Korean: 슈퍼주니어-트로트), officially known as Super Junior-T (Korean: 슈퍼주니어-티) is the second official sub-unit of Korean boy band Super Junior. They are the first idol group known for capitalizing trot music, the oldest form of Korean pop music. Super Junior-T contains six Super Junior members, Leeteuk (the leader), Heechul, Kangin, Shindong, Sungmin, and Eunhyuk.

Super Junior-M, often referred to as SJ-M, is the third official sub-unit of Korean boy band Super Junior. They are the first international music group in the Chinese music industry to have members of both Chinese and Korean descent, and are also the first group produced by Korea's CT (Culture Technology) organization, created through a comprehensive localization strategy. uper Junior-M consists of Super Junior members Han Geng (the leader), Donghae, Siwon, Ryeowook, Kyuhyun, Henry and Zhou Mi.

Super Junior-Happy (Korean: 슈퍼주니어-해피), sometimes referred to as SJ-Happy or Suju-Happy (Korean: 슈주-해피), is the fourth official sub-unit of Korean boy band Super Junior. Super Junior-Happy contains six Super Junior members, Leeteuk (the leader), Yesung, Kangin, Shindong, Sungmin, and Eunhyuk.

SUPER JUNIOR K.R.Y

SUPER JUNIOR K.R.Y
Kyuhyun Ryeowook Yesung

Super Junior-T

Super Junior-T
Heechul Shindong Leeteuk Sungmin Kangin Eunhyuk

Super Junior-M

Super Junior-M
Donghae Hangeng Henry Kyuhyun Zhou Mi Ryeowook Siwon

Super Junior-Happy

Super Junior-Happy
Shindong Yesung Kangin Sungmin Eunhyuk Leeteuk

The Album

2005: SuperJunior05 (TWINS)
TWINS (Knock Out)"Yoo Young Jin3:20
3."You are the one"Kenzie3:52
4."Rock this house"Yoon Hyosang3:07
5."차근차근 (Way for love)" ["Carefully (Way for love)"]Lee Yoonjae3:17
6."So I"Kyun Hojoong, Sangwon (the Anomi)3:43
7."OVER"Young-hu Kim3:16
8."Keep in touch"Hitoshi Harukawa4:31
9."L.O.V.E."Shin Jiwon3:36
10."Believe"Seikou Nagaoka4:54
11."TWINS (Knock Out)" [Instrumental]
2007: Don't Don

Version 1 listing

  1. "돈 돈! (Don't Don)" — 4:11
  2. "소원이 있나요 (Sapphire Blue)" — 3:24
  3. "You're my endless love (말하자면)" — 4:32
  4. "미워 (Hate U, Love U)" — 3:47
  5. "Disco Drive" — 4:07
  6. "Marry U" — 3:18
  7. "I am" — 3:30
  8. "사랑이 떠나다 (She's gone)" — 4:38
  9. "Missin' U" — 3:43
  10. "거울 (Mirror)" — 4:01
  11. "우리들의 사랑 (Our Love)" — 3:48
  12. "Midnight Fantasy" — 4:00
  13. "Thank you" — 3:35
  14. "아주 먼 옛날 (Song for you)" (Bonus track) — 3:40

Version 2 listing

  1. "돈 돈! (Don't Don)" — 4:11
  2. "소원이 있나요 (Sapphire Blue)" — 3:24
  3. "You're my endless love (말하자면)" — 4:32
  4. "Marry U" (New ver.) — 3:16
  5. "갈증 (A Man In Love)" — 3:32
  6. "Disco Drive" — 4:07 — 3:17
  7. "미워 (Hate U, Love U)" — 3:47
  8. "I am" — 3:30
  9. "사랑이 떠나다 (She's gone)" — 4:38
  10. "마지막 승부 (The girl is mine)" — 3:17
  11. "거울 (Mirror)" — 4:01
  12. "우리들의 사랑 (Our Love)" — 3:48
  13. "Missin' U" — 3:43
  14. "Midnight Fantasy" — 4:00
  15. "Thank you" — 3:35
  16. "갈증 (A Man In Love)" (Remix ver.) — 4:35
  17. "아주 먼 옛날 (Song for you)" (Bonus track) — 3:40
  18. "Marry U" (Japanese ver.) — 3:16 (Japanese edition only)

Version 3 listing

  1. "돈 돈! (Don't Don)" — 4:11
  2. "소원이 있나요 (Sapphire Blue)" — 3:24
  3. "You're my endless love (말하자면)" — 4:32
  4. "Marry U" (New ver.) — 3:16
  5. "Disco Drive" — 4:07
  6. "미워 (Hate U, Love U)" — 3:47
  7. "I am" — 3:30
  8. "사랑이 떠나다 (She's gone)" — 4:38
  9. "거울 (Mirror)" — 4:01
  10. "우리들의 사랑 (Our Love)" — 3:48
  11. "Missin' U" — 3:43
  12. "Midnight Fantasy" — 4:00
  13. "Thank you" — 3:35
  14. "아주 먼 옛날 (Song for you)" (Bonus track) — 3:40
1."Sorry, Sorry" Youngjin YooYoungjin Yoo 3:522."니가 좋은 이유 (Why I like you)" SHIROJimmy Burney, Steven Lee, Sean Alexander, Pascal "Claps"The Reasons Why I Like You (Why I like you)3:453."마주치지 말자 (Let's not...)" Fany Hwang, Junyoung JoFany HwangLet's Not Run Into Each Other (Let's not...)3:404."앤젤라 (Angela)" Jungbae KimKenzie 3:215."Reset" Changhak ParkMartin Collin Sutton, Shridhar Ashokkumar Solanki 3:436."Monster" KenzieRemee, Timothy Kellett, Robin Anthony Taylor-Firth, Peter Biker 3:487."What if" Yunjung KwonSean Syed Hosein, Dane Anthony Deviller, Jorgen Kjell Elofsson, Adrew G Goldmark 3:268."이별... 넌 쉽니 (Heartquake)" (featuringTVXQ's U-Know & Micky)Junyoung Jo, JulyJunyoung JoSaying Goodbye... Is It Easy For You (Heartquake)4:079."Club No.1" (featuring Lee Yeon-hee)Gapwon ChoiGabe Lopez, Angela Peel 3:0910."Happy Together" Lee Jae MyoungLee Jae Myoung 3:3411."죽어있는 것 (Dead at heart)" Changhyun ParkChanghyun ParkDead Thing (Dead at heart)4:0912."Shining Star" Youngsuk YooYoungsuk Yoo 3:25
Bonus tracks
No.TitleLyricsMusicTranslationLength
2."그녀는 위험해 (She Wants It)1" Younghu KimGabe Lopez, JV, Rebel,Sean AlexanderShe's Dangerous (She Wants It)3:55
3."너라고 (It's You)1" E-TribeE-TribeIt's You (It's You)3:51
4."사랑이 죽는 병 (Love Disease)1" WheesungJimmy Burney, Sean Alexander, Pascal "Claps"Dying Love (Love Disease)3:30
5."첫번째 이야기 (Love U More)1" Ryeowook, SungminRyeowookThe First Story (Love U More)3:08
17."Sorry, Sorry2" (Japanese version)

Youngjin Yoo 3:52
2010: Bonamana
No.TitleLyricsMusicTranslationLength1."미인아 (BONAMANA)" Yoo Young-jinYoo Young-jinBeauty (BONAMANA)3:582."나쁜 여자 (Boom Boom)" KenzieHayden Bell, Wayne Beckford, Ray LavenderBad Girl (Boom Boom)3:153."응결 (Coagulation)" (Super Junior-K.R.Y)Park Chang-hyunPark Chang-hyun 4:204."나란 사람 (Your Eyes)" (Yesung, Kyuhyunduet)Kim Jung BaeKenzieSomeone Like Me (Your Eyes)3:415."My Only Girl" Hong Ji-YooBrandon Fraley, Joshua Welton 3:096."사랑이 이렇게 (My All Is In You)" Kwon Yun JungSqueak Jackson, Stephen BeckhamLove Like This (My All Is In You)3:367."Shake It Up!" Kim Young HuRyan Jhun, Antwann Frost, Ronald Frost, Micheal Muncie, C-2 3:028."잠들고 싶어 (In My Dream)" Kwon Yun JungKim Ji-huWant To Go To Sleep (In My Dream)5:029."봄날 (One Fine Spring Day)" (Ryeowooksolo)Kwon Yun JungMagnus AnderssonSpring Day (One Fine Spring Day)3:5610."좋은 사람 (Good Person)" Yoo Hui-yeolYoo Hui-yeolGood Person (Good Person)4:0411."Here We Go" Kim I-NaCarl Utbult, Tebey Ottoh, Fredrik Hult 3:50

Super Junior - Super Show

ASIA TOUR

2008-2009 Super Junior Super Show 1

Super Junior, The 1st ASIA TOUR - "Super Show" was the 2008 to 2009 Asia-wide live concert tour by the South Korean boy band, Super Junior. The tour commenced five months after the release of the group's second studio album, Don't Don. The concert covers most songs from the group's first two studio albums, including their hit single, "U," and also subgroup hits from Super Junior-K.R.Y., Super Junior-T, and Super Junior-M. The tour kicked off with three stops in South Korea and expanded its routes to Thailandand China.

SET LIST
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The following list is a list of songs covered at the tour, not in any order.

Sub-unit performances

The following is a list of small group performances covered at the tour, arranged in order.

Super Junior-K.R.Y

  • "The Night Chicago Died"
  • "Steps to stop"
  • "Just You"

Super Junior-T

  • "Rokkugo"
  • "First Express"
  • "Don't Go Away/There's No One Like Me/Is There Nothing Left Of Me"
  • "First Express" (Remix)

Super Junior-M

  • Henry violin solo (China only)
  • "Me" (China only)
  • "At Least There's Still You" (China only)
  • "Love Song" (China only)

Others

Personnel

Vocals

Dancers

Crew

Tour dates

DateCity, CountryVenue
February 22, 2008Seoul, South KoreaOlympic Fencing Gymnasium
February 23, 2008Seoul, South KoreaOlympic Fencing Gymnasium
February 24, 2008Seoul, South KoreaOlympic Fencing Gymnasium
July 12, 2008Bangkok, ThailandImpact Arena
November 22, 2008Shanghai, ChinaShanghai Grand Stage
January 3, 2009Seoul, South KoreaOlympic Fencing Gymnasium
January 4, 2009Seoul, South KoreaOlympic Fencing Gymnasium
January 17, 2009Nanjing, Jiangsu, ChinaNanjing Olympic Sports Center Gymnasium
January 18, 2009Nanjing, Jiangsu, ChinaNanjing Olympic Sports Center Gymnasium
March 7, 2009Chengdu, Sichuan, ChinaChengdu Longquan Yangguang City Gymnasium

2009-2010 SUPER JUNIOR SUPER SHOW 2

Super Junior, The 2nd ASIA TOUR – "Super Show 2" is the 2009 to 2010 Asia-wide live concert tour by the South Korean boy band Super Junior to support their third studio album, Sorry, Sorry. The tour will commence with three shows in Seoul, South Koreain July 2009 and is expected to tour 15 cities in Asia.

Set List

South Korea (Opening Weekend)

Super Junior Intro

First video interlude

  • "She Wants It"
  • MENT #1
  • "Angela"
  • "Miracle" (Rock remix)
  • "Disco Drive" (Remix ver.)
  • "Dancing Out" (Remix ver.)

Second video interlude

Third video interlude

Fourth video interlude

  • "Our Love"

Fifth video interlude

Sixth video interlude

  • "Shining Star"
  • "Puff The Magic Dragon - Kyuhyun Feat. Super Junior Members"

Seventh video interlude

Eighth video interlude (Girls' Junior)

Ninth video interlude ("Sorry, Sorry" R&B remix)

Hong Kong & Mainland China

Super Junior Intro

First video interlude

  • "She Wants It"
  • MENT #1
  • "Angela"
  • "Miracle" (Rock remix)
  • "Disco Drive" (Remix ver.)
  • "Dancing Out" (Remix ver.)

Second video interlude

Third video interlude

Fourth video interlude

  • "Our Love"

Fifth video interlude

Sixth video interlude

  • "Shining Star"
  • "Puff The Magic Dragon - Kyuhyun Feat. Super Junior Members"

Seventh video interlude

Eighth video interlude (Girls' Junior)

Ninth video interlude ("Sorry, Sorry" R&B remix)

Tour dates

DateCityVenue
South Korea
July 17, 2009SeoulOlympic Fencing Gymnasium
July 18, 2009
July 19, 2009
Hong Kong
September 18, 2009Hong KongAsiaWorld-Expo
China
October 18, 2009ShanghaiYuanshen Sports Centre Stadium
Thailand
November 28, 2009BangkokImpact Arena
November 29, 2009
China
December 12, 2009NanjingNanjing Olympic Sports Center Gymnasium
January 23, 2010BeijingBeijing Wukesong Culture & Sports Center
Taiwan
February 20, 2010TaipeiTaipei Arena
February 21, 2010
China
March 6, 2010 EncoreShanghaiShanghai Indoor Stadium
March 7, 2010 Encore
Malaysia
March 20, 2010Kuala LumpurPutra Indoor Stadium
Philippines
April 10, 2010ManilaAraneta Coliseum

Personnel

Vocals: Super Junior
Dancers: Super Junior
Tour organizer: SM Entertainment
Overseas organizer(s): B4H Entertainment (Hong Kong), True Music (Thailand), Red Star (Malaysia), Pulp Entertainment (Philippines)
Tour promoter: Dream Maker Entercom, Creazone
Overseas promoter(s): Midas Promotions (Hong Kong)
Tour sponsor: Gmarket

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Jun 8, 2010

Super Junior for 3rd Asian concert tour ‘Super Show 3′ from August in 13 cities

Super Junior is set to start their 3rd Asian tour ‘Super Show 3′, taking the Asian cities by storm once more.
Super Junior will start ‘The 3rd ASIA TOUR ‘SUPER SHOW 3′ from Seoul then moving on to cities like Beijing, ShangHai, Taipei, Bangkok, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Manila etc – a total of 16 concert performances in 13 cities.
The first concert performance in Seoul will be on 14th and 15th August in Seoul Olympic Stadium. And the Super Junior members will perform their hits including those in their recent 4th album, showing off their unique charms on stage.
The ticket sales (for Korea) will start from 8pm on 17th June on Gmarket (http://ticket.gmarket.co.kr). It is anticipated that the tickets will be very much sought after by fans.
Meanwhile, Super Junior is promoting the title song ‘Bona Mana’ off their 4th album.
S:Newsen

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