[News/Picture] 120514 Super Junior Successfully Hold Super Show 4 in Tokyo!

2012/05/16 at 8:42 am | Posted in Keylocks News, Super Junior | Leave a comment
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Super Junior recently held a live concert in Tokyo. On May 13 at 5:00 p.m., Super Junior attracted over 50,000 fans to Tokyo Dome where Super Show 4 took place.

At the concert, Super Junior performed their hit songs, such as “Sorry Sorry,” “Mr. Simple,” “Pajama Party,” “Oppa, Oppa,” “Don’t Don,” “Good Friends,” “Miracle,” and “Bonamana,” including some of their Japanese songs. Super Junior also gave individual performances. Eunhyuk showed off his muscular body, giving a sexy performance to the R&B version of “Sorry Sorry,” Leeteuk played the drums to a LMFAO’s song, Siwon changed into a rocker, playing the guitar, and Yesung and Sungmin sang ballad songs.


Super Junior members dropped tears when they sang “Our Love,” which was made to express their appreciation to their fans. They were also touched by the seats filled with their fans. It was an achievement made without any promotional activities in Japan.

Super Junior held the concert twice on the day and attracted over 110,000 audiences. The total ticket sales are higher than that of Lady Gaga’s.

Kataoka Nao (24), one of the audiences, said :

“The concert was really fascinating with the songs, the dances, and the members’ cute looks. Super Junior is like a world pop star rather than just a K-pop star.”

Source : Starnews
Credit : Sup3rjunior.com
Posted : WorldSujuShinee

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