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Super Junior gives special lecture at Oxford

South Korean boy band Super Junior gave a special lecture at the University of Oxford, the band's management agency said Monday.

Four members of the group -- Eun-hyuk, Kyu-hyun, Kang-in and Si-won -- delivered the lecture before about 400 students at the university's campus located in Oxford, Britain, on Sunday evening (local time), S.M. Entertainment said.

The group, composed of 13 members, was in Britain for the "Super Show 5" world tour that has taken the band all over the world since March of this year.

During the lecture titled "The Last Man Standing," the four boys showed video highlights from their "Super Show" concert series that has drawn a combined audience of more than 1 million since its first installment in 2008, according to the agency.

They also talked about the band, their albums and hallyu, or the global popularity of Korean TV dramas and pop songs, it added.

After answering various questions from the fans, they taught them the dance to their hit single "Sorry, Sorry," the agency said.

The band is scheduled to continue the "Super Show 5" tour in Osaka, Japan, on Nov. 15-16. (Yonhap News)

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