Super Junior plays 36 songs in final show of tour in Macau
K-pop band Super Junior successfully wrapped up its tour in Macau over the weekend.
At the Venetian Macau’s Cotai Arena, the 10-man boy band held its concert tour “SUPER SHOW 4,” entertaining a sold-out crowd on Friday and Saturday. Because of fans’ avid support, Super Junior added one extra showcase, making the group the first Korean artist to perform twice in Macau, according to its agency SM Entertainment.
The two-day concert was part of the band’s world tour that kicked off in Korea last November. Super Junior already performed in Japan, Taiwan and Singapore.
The band started the concert with its hit song “Superman” from its fifth album and played 35 other songs such as “Sorry Sorry” and “Mr. Simple.”
The group will also become the first Korean group to perform a solo concert in France. It will perform at Le Zenith de Paris on April 6 as part of its world tour. Super Junior’s next stop will be at the Impact Arena in Thailand from March 16 to 18.
By Joo Kyung-don