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Super Junior’s ‘Super Show 5’ gathers 110,000 fans

Some 110,000 people attended Super Junior’s “Super Junior World Tour ― Super Show 5” in Japan’s Tokyo Dome on July 27 and 28, S.M. Entertainment said.

This was the boy band’s fifth “Super Show” since their first exclusive concert in February 2008. The Tokyo Dome concert marked the 80th show for the group. Including Super Junior’s audience in Singapore for the “Super Show” on July 6, more than 1 million people have attended the concerts. 
Super Junior performs during “Super Junior World Tour — Super Show 5” held in Japan’s Tokyo Dome on July 27. (S.M. Entertainment)
Super Junior performs during “Super Junior World Tour — Super Show 5” held in Japan’s Tokyo Dome on July 27. (S.M. Entertainment)

Super Junior performed past megahits such as “Sorry Sorry,” “Mr. Simple,” “BONAMANA,” “Sexy, Free & Single,” as well as tracks from their first official Japanese album including “Hero” and “Tuxedo.”

To commemorate the release of “Hero,” the group’s first album in Japan, and hitting the 1 million mark in audience numbers for their shows, fans in Japan designed placards saying “You’re my HERO” and “Congratulations! A Million Audience for the SUPER SHOW” for the two days the concert was held.

Super Junior is planning to hold additional performances in Osaka Dome on Sept. 15 for two days and is due to hold a concert in Bangkok, Thailand, on Aug. 3-4.

By Cha Yo-rim (yorimcha@heraldcorp.com)
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