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Super Junior Sets the Record with Their 100th World Tour Concert


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On the afternoon of September 21, Super Junior held a press conference for “Super Junior World Tour Super Show 6.” This concert would be their 100th world tour concert. They revealed their thoughts on this amazing achievement, “We’re so honored and emotional to hold the title of being the first Korean artist to reach 100 world tour concerts. We’ll always think of ourselves as the representative Korean national team anywhere we go. Thank you.” Kangin added, “We prepared a lot for this concert, especially Shindong and Eunhyuk who put a lot of effort and sweat into it. Please look forward to it.” Heechul also said, “We’ll do our best to fill in Yesung’s empty space.” Their 100th world tour concert record is special, since it would be the first for a Korean group to make it this far. With this concert, Super Junior made a mark on history in the entertainment industry. With the sixth sequence in the branded “Super Show” series, Super Junior has had three Asian tours and two world tours since 2008. They have had a total of 97 concerts and a cumulative audience of 1,350,000 fans. Living up to their reputation, this “Super Show 6” is expected to show the group’s unique charms with highly perfected performances. “Super Show 6” opened its first set of concerts in Seoul this past September 19 and will continue until September 21. Then they will continue their tour in Tokyo on October 29 through October 30. Congratulations to Super Junior! Check out some of their behind the scenes snapshots below: 921 super junior 100th concert collage 1921 super junior 100th concert collage 2

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