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Super Junior’s Donghae & Eunhyuk to Launch Promotions in Korea and Japan

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2015.02.26 11:30 Mwave Lee Ji Young Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

Super Junior’s unit group D&E, made up of Donghae and Eunhyuk, will be launching promotions in Korea and Japan, consecutively.

Super Junior’s D&E will be releasing the first Korean album The Beat Goes On on March 6 through various music sites, including MelOn, Genie, Naver Music and more, and begin promotions.

Super Junior’s D&E was first organized through the Super Show concert in 2011, releasing the digital singles Oppa, Oppa and Still You. As much as the new album is the unit’s first album in Korea, interest has been gathering on their upcoming activities.

Super Junior’s Donghae & Eunhyuk to Launch Promotions in Korea and Japan

The unit will also be releasing the Japanese mini album Present on April 1, which contains a total of eight tracks including the title Saturday Night, and various other content, including the teaser image, will be released starting this week. D&E will also begin the second Japanese tour Super Junior D&E Japan Tour 2015 – Present – starting with the Saitama Super Arena on April 3.

Super Junior’s D&E especially ranked number one on Oricon’s daily album chart with the first full length Japanese album Ride Me in 2014 and the DVD of the first Japan tour Super Junior D&E The 1st Japan Tour 2014, which gathered over 100,000 fans, ranked number one on Oricon’s weekly DVD music chart.

D&E’s various images will be unveiled through the SM Town page on Facebook and SM Town Global Twitter today (February 26), increasing curiosity on the upcoming album in Korea.

Meanwhile, Super Junior D&E’s first Korean album The Beat Goes On will be released on March 9.

Photo credit: SM Entertainment

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