Daily Archives: September 22, 2011
Singers from SM Entertainment, including Kangta, Super Junior, f(x), Super Junior M, and Zhang Li Yin will participate in a concert.
Korea, China, and Japan will hold the joint concert on the 25th in Beijing, China.
Popular singers from Korea, China, and Japan will perform at the concert. Kangta, Super Junior, and f(x) are Korean representatives and Super Junior M and Zhang Li Yin are Chinese representatives.
Tse Nicholas, 12 Girls Band, and more from China and EXILE, Kuraki Mai, and Happiness from Japan will take part in the concert as well.
The concert will air during China biggest holiday Double Tenth through Chinese CCTV.
Source: TV Report
Kyuhyun will be replacing Kim Heechul, who recently left for the army, as a permanent MC. He will be in charge of saying youthful and witty comments. On September 21st, at the studio in Kyungido, Ilsan, he participated in the first filming as an MC for “Radio Star.”
According to the “Golden Fishery” producer, he hopes that with the addition of Kyuhyun, the show will gain an even larger variety of viewers. Meanwhile, Kyuhyun is currently promoting actively with his group Super Junior for their “Mr. Simple” repackaged album “A-CHA.”
What do you think of Kyuhyun’s permanent position as an MC? Will you be tuning in to the show this week?
Source: TV Report
Super Junior’s Donghae earned praise from netizens after responding to a fan’s desperate message for help on Twitter. Recently, a fan pleaded for help on Twitter, as her sister was in need of emergency surgery and required a blood donor card.
Upon reading the message, Donghae replied to the tweet and offered his help, saying, “Hi, I’m Super Junior’s Donghae! I am messaging you because I saw your post. I have a blood donor card. If you can leave me your phone number, I will contact you.”
The reply came as a surprise to that particular fan as well as netizens. The fan showed her appreciation by tweeting, “Donghae, thank you! I’m a fan so I’m very overwhelmed by your help…this is my phone number.” Later on, the fan confirmed that she had received contact from Donghae, saying, “I got the contact! Thank you once again! I’m currently in medical school, so I will support Super Junior if any medical services are needed from now on.”
Super Junior will be heading back to Japan in the future seeing as their official website just recently posted that they’ll be releasing “Mr. Simple” as a second Japanese single later this year on December 7th.
The single will be released in different versions, including a CD+DVD version that features the “Mr. Simple” MV. More news on the single and its coupling songs will be revealed later on.
Super Junior’s first Japanese single “Bonamana” was revealed last June and got to the 10th spot in the monthly Oricon rankings with more than 66000 copies sold.
It was also revealed that Super Junior will be heading to Osaka for Super Show 4, on December 10th and 11th. For more information surrounding tickets, be sure to visit Super Junior’s official website.
Super Junior is set to begin their follow-up activities this week as they have finally released their repackaged album, “A-Cha.” However, it has been announced that Siwon will not be able to participate in the follow-up activities due to his new drama “Poseidon,” which made its first broadcast on September 19th.
“Poseidon” is a maritime police drama, the first of its kind, that features Siwon as one of the leads. However, because of the last-minute shooting schedule for “Poseidon,” which overlaps Super Junior’s follow-up activities, Siwon will be unable to participate in “A-Cha”performances.
Super Junior is set to have their comeback on KBS Music Bank this week with “A-Cha.” Their last song “Mr. Simple” achieved 5 consecutive wins, the most this year, and “A-Cha” is expected to have similar results.