Already 10 years have passed since Super Junior’s evil maknae Kyuhyun joined the group. Time flies and he’s more than all grown up now. You’ll always be my first, haha. Come back safe from the army and Happy Birthday! 🙂
Christmas is finally here and it’s time to celebrate. Yes, we made it through the Christmas Calendar and thank you for everybody who stayed tuned until the end. I really really appreciate it so much! 🙂 Santa has already brought all presents to children in Germany and they will unwrap on today’s evening – so I guess it’s time to say “Thank you” to Santa. This is also the message of our last song Santa, U Are The One – sung by no other major K-pop band than Super Junior Continue reading
Though we cried a little at first when our members left for the army, we’ve gotten used to it by now. Now we just think ‘I guess he’s leaving too.’ Of course we will miss them. (Super Junior’s Eunhyuk at Press Conference March 6, 2015)
D-day is there, there is no way back. The core of Super Junior is off to serve their military duty. The almost 2-year service is mandatory for all Korean males and there is not exception for idols. I always wondered how Super Junior is going to manage this major blow as enlistment usually means the end to any male idol band.