Super Junior successfully took their ‘Super Show 5’ concert world tour to Singapore on July 6th at the Singapore Indoor Stadium, entertaining 10,000 cheering fans in attendance.
The group first launched their solo concert brand ‘Super Show’ back in February 2008, and they had 79 concerts in total, with millions of fans in attendance all over the world. Their concerts were usually sold out and they deeply impressed their fans by presenting the most unique performances.
At their Singapore stop, Super Junior performed a slew of their hit songs including “Sorry, Sorry”, “BONAMANA”, “Mr Simple”, “Sexy, Free, & Single”, and many others. The three-hour long show went on as per normal with top-notch fan service and plenty of synchronised dance sets and pre-recorded videos.
The members said, “We set up a goal of ‘100 show, 1 million audience’ when we started our world tour, and we are so excited that we’ve achieved one of our goals. We also want to show our gratitude to fans who have showed their continuous support for Super Junior. We will try to improve and get even better.”
Source : dkpopnews[dot]net
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