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Super Junior Puts On a ′Super Show′ at the Tokyo Dome

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2013.07.29 12:28 Mwave Jeon Su Mi Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Super Junior brought in a giant crowd at the Tokyo Dome, successfully bringing to a wrap its Super Show 5 in Japan.

The concerts held from July 27-28 at the Tokyo Dome took place before a total of 110,000 fans gathered for the event.

Super Junior Puts On a ′Super Show′ at the Tokyo Dome

The group performed this day its original hits such as Sorry Sorry, Mr. Simple, Bonamana and Sexy, Free & Single, as well as tracks from its recent Japan album such as Hero, Tuxedo and ★BAMBINA★.

A total of 29 songs were put onstage this day, accompanied by Super Junior′s characteristic stage effects, costumes, unit performances and powerful dances.

Kyuhyun and Ryeowook sang Yesung′s OST for That Winter, the Wind Blows, Gray Paper, for those fans who showed their support for the vocalist unit Super Junior-K.R.Y. Videos of Yesung promoting with the group played in the background, filling up for his absence.

Super Junior also made a surprise announcement, stating that it would hold another set of concerts in Osaka from November 15-16.

Super Junior Puts On a ′Super Show′ at the Tokyo Dome

Fans in return celebrated how Super Show had sold over 1 million tickets, as well as the release of the group′s first studio album in Japan, Hero. On July 27 they held up signs reading ′You′re my HERO′, while on July 28 they flashed signs saying ′Congratulations! A Million Audience for the SUPER SHOW′.

Super Show first started up in February 2008 as Super Junior′s concert brand, and three Asia tours and two world tours have been held under the title. It shot past the 1 million mark with its Singapore concert on July 6, and celebrated its 80th show with the start of the Tokyo Dome concerts.

Super Junior will next perform in Thailand from August 3-4.

Photo credit: SM Entertainment

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