You might know that the concert set a new record in the Taiwan history by selling out all tickets in the least amount of time ever. In addition, the heated response from local fans led to the addition of one concert time to the originally fixed performance schedule.
That was the first time in Taiwan for a foreign singer to hold four times of performances at the Taipei Arena with all the seats sold out. The enthusiastic response well proves the high popularity of Super Junior in Asia.
Moreover, when the member boys appeared at the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport on February 1, a big crowd of their fans was gathered to greet them.
On the concert, Super Junior performed with a series of their hit songs: “Sorry Sorry,” and “Bonamana,” and revealed each member’s characteristic appeals through independent performances.
In August last year, Super Junior has remained top for 25 weeks on the KKBOX, the Taiwan’s most renowned music site.
Super Junior is planning to keep on going with Super Show 4 in Singapore on February 18 and 19.