The members of Super Junior can add another event into their long list of achievements.
It’s been reported that on July 24, Super Junior’s first Japanese studio album “Hero” shot up straight to the top of Oricon’s daily album chart on the first day of release. Music critics are taking note as the feat is only possible through much dedication and support from the fans. It shows that the group is still maintaining great popularity and is living up to the name “hallyu-dol.”
Previously released Japanese singles “Sexy, Free & Single,” “Mr. Simple,” “Bonamana,” “Tuxedo,” along with other tracks are included in the album.
The members drew the attention of many for holding a special event to commemorate the album’s release. The words “Super Junior Hero” and images of each individual member were plastered through Tokyo Metro’s Shinjuku station.
Meanwhile, Super Junior plans to greet the fans in Tokyo, Japan on July 27 and 28 through the world tour “Super Show 5.”