Super Junior skips summer vacation
It has been speculated that the record could come out as early as later this month. The group’s leader, Lee-teuk, who was discharged from the military recently, is ordering the group to pay full attention to preparations for the latest release.
“Soon after Lee’s discharge, the members of the group have had a different attitude,” said one industry official in the report. “They are really set on guarding the good name of Super Junior by putting in their best efforts.”
The new album comes about two years after the boy band released its sixth full-length album “Sexy, Free & Single” in July 2012. After the album release, the group will perform in the “Super Show 6” concert at Jamsil Sports Complex in Songpa District, southern Seoul.
The group will embark on its world tour after the two-day show starting Sept. 20.
By Lee Sun-min