Super Junior wowed fans at “Super Show 7” held at Jamsil Gymnasium in Seoul from Friday to Sunday.
At the concerts, the group performed some of its hit tracks, such as “Sorry, Sorry,” “Boanamana” and “Mr. Simple,” as well as tracks from its latest album “Play” including the lead track “Black Suit,” “Scene Stealer,” “Too late,” “Runaway and “The Lucky Ones.”
Super Junior performs during the “Super Show 7” concert at Jamsil Gymnasium in Seoul on Sunday. (SJ Label)
Four of the group’s members -- Kangin, Sungmin, Ryeowook and Kyuhyun -- were absent from the concerts. Choi Si-won performed at “Super Show 7,” though he had not taken part in promotional activities for the band’s latest album amid a recent controversy involving his family’s pet dog.
“I am truly sorry to worry you. I had to make a difficult decision to perform onstage. I want to thank my bandmates who have trusted me and embraced me with love,” Choi said at the end of the concerts.
“Also I feel grateful to the fans who have embraced me and waited for me until I could stand here,” he added.
The group will now head to Singapore for its “Super Junior World Tour – Super Show 7” concert on Jan. 27, 2018, before performing in Bangkok on Jan. 28 and in Hong Kong on Feb. 10.
By Kim So-yeon (firstname.lastname@example.org)