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Super Junior-M Holds Successful Beijing Press Conference for Comeback

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2013.01.08 11:06 Mwave Jeon Su Mi Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Super Junior-M held a successful press conference in Beijing to celebrate the upcoming release of its second studio album.

The press conference was held on January 7.

Super Junior-M Holds Successful Beijing Press Conference for Comeback

MTV, Hunan Satellite TV, Sina, Sohu and more local outlets were present to fight for coverage on the group.

Fans were also excited about the conference, as 200 fans were given chances on a first-come-first-serve basis to attend the press conference in person.

They could be seen lined up all night in front of the theater the conference was to be held despite the cold weather, and as the crowd of fans swelled on the actual day of the conference, public security had to rush to the scene and contain the crowds.

The members showed off their fluent Chinese skills during the event, and also talked about their new album and what happened behind the scenes. Donghae and Kyuhyun even performed Break Down briefly to favorable responses.

A rep from SM Entertainment said, "There were so many fans there screaming that the interviews at the press conference couldn′t be held smoothly. When the music video for Break Down aired for the first time near the end of the conference, the air became even hotter. It was like a Super Junior-M fanmeeting."

Super Junior-M Holds Successful Beijing Press Conference for Comeback

Super Junior-M will soon tour through Asia with a fanmeeting tour that starts in Nanjing, China on January 19.

The group plans to continue promoting in the country, even appearing in a popular Chinese entertainment news program on January 8.

Photo credit: SM Entertainment

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