Super Junior’s show is back onlineBoy band Super Junior is returning with a second season of their reality show “SJ Returns,” according to the group’s agency Label SJ on Thursday.
The second season of the show will premiere Nov. 5 on streaming services Naver TV and V Live.
The program will highlight the daily lives of the group’s seven members, including Kim Ryeowook, who finished his mandatory military service in July.
The first season of the show, which aired last year from October to November, showcased the group’s preparations for their eighth album after a two-year hiatus. The show had a combined 25 million views on Naver TV and V Live and also ranked No. 1 on V Live’s monthly chart.
On Oct. 8, the group released their EP “One More Time,” with the title track featuring the Mexican band Reik. The Latin-infused song was an immediate hit and landed at No. 18 on Billboard’s Latin Digital Song Sales chart, and also No. 5 on the Latin Pop Digital Song Sales chart.
The group will be holding a series of concerts at the Tokyo Dome on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1.
By Yeo Ye-rim
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