Super Junior-D&E rocks 7,000 fans at sold-out gigs

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Super Junior-D&E rocks 7,000 fans at sold-out gigs

Super Junior-D&E perform during their gig. Courtesy of Label SJ

By Dong Sun-hwa

Super Junior-D&E, a sub-unit of K-pop boy band Super Junior, generated plenty of excitement for about 7,000 fans at its first solo concerts in Korea on April 13-14.

The unit, composed of two band mates Donghae and Eunhyuk, sold out tickets for the gigs at the Olympic Hall in Olympic Park, Seoul.

They commanded the stage with their flagship numbers including "DANGER," "Watch out," "Gloomy" and "Jungle," performing 24 songs for three hours at each show.

Super Junior D&E rocked 7,000 fans during their solo concerts. Courtesy of Label SJ

"We have been excited and nervous to throw our first solo gig in Korea, but we enjoyed the moment on the stage thanks to your enthusiastic responses," the pair said during the concert. "Thank you very much and we will do our best to give good performances in the future, too."

On Sunday, the duo unveiled its third mini-album "DANGER" on streaming sites. During the press event the same day, the duo also hinted at Super Junior's comeback, saying an album would be released in the second half of this year.

Super Junior-D&E debuted in 2011 with the digital single "Oppa, Oppa." It is the fifth official sub-unit of Super Junior, which has 11 members.


Super Junior-D&E perform during their gig. Courtesy of Label SJ

By Dong Sun-hwa

Super Junior-D&E, a sub-unit of K-pop boy band Super Junior, generated plenty of excitement for about 7,000 fans at its first solo concerts in Korea on April 13-14.

The unit, composed of two band mates Donghae and Eunhyuk, sold out tickets for the gigs at the Olympic Hall in Olympic Park, Seoul.

They commanded the stage with their flagship numbers including "DANGER," "Watch out," "Gloomy" and "Jungle," performing 24 songs for three hours at each show.

Super Junior D&E rocked 7,000 fans during their solo concerts. Courtesy of Label SJ

"We have been excited and nervous to throw our first solo gig in Korea, but we enjoyed the moment on the stage thanks to your enthusiastic responses," the pair said during the concert. "Thank you very much and we will do our best to give good performances in the future, too."

On Sunday, the duo unveiled its third mini-album "DANGER" on streaming sites. During the press event the same day, the duo also hinted at Super Junior's comeback, saying an album would be released in the second half of this year.

Super Junior-D&E debuted in 2011 with the digital single "Oppa, Oppa." It is the fifth official sub-unit of Super Junior, which has 11 members.


Dong Sun-hwa sunhwadong@koreatimes.co.kr


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