SuJu sells out Tokyo show
Super Junior successfully finished its sold-out concert at the Tokyo Dome in Japan.
Almost 110,000 fans gathered on Wednesday and Thursday at the Tokyo Dome to attend “Super Junior World Tour - Super Show 6.”
The group has held several large-scale concerts at the stadium since 2012. Tickets have sold out every time since the group’s first concert there in 2012.
The group entertained fans in Japan with an array of its hits, from “Sorry, Sorry” to “Mamacita.”
The band’s members also took turns performing solos.
The group also prepared Japanese versions of “Mr. Simple” and “Beautiful Girl.” While all the members tried to perform as best as they could, Japanese fans cheered on their favorite artist and sang along to the Korean songs. They also showed the same energy by holding up huge homemade banners.
The group revealed that its next concert in Japan will be held in Fukuoka on Dec. 20 and it will release the Japanese single “Mamacita” on Dec. 17.
In the meantime, the boy band is performing its “Super Junior World Tour -Super Show 6” in Hong Kong next Saturday at the Expo Arena.