Super Junior tease their Super Show 6 World Tour


Super Junior are no strangers to world tours, having visited Asia, Latin America and Europe back in 2013 for their Super Show 5. They are now teasing with 97 shows in 19 different countries in 27 different cities across the world with their upcoming 2014 – 2015 Super Show 6 World Tour. We had previously reported on their first announcement of the tour where they stated that the first set of their concert would be in Seoul on September 20th and 21st at the Jamsil Arena. Check out the video below for more information about the tour.

There are high hopes that Eunhyuk, Donghae, Kangin, Sungmin, Kyuhyun, Ryeowook and Siwon will hopefully will be joined on the stage by Heechul, who was missing from the last UK concert due to just coming out of the army, and Leeteuk, who has only recently left his military service. Yesung is still in the army but there are also speculations as to whether or not Shindong will be joining the members, as it was announced at the concert in London that it might be his last time in the city. With his military service up in the air at the moment, fans are on tender hooks as to whether or not he will be joining the group for the Super Show 6 tour.

Super Junior have recently hit the headlines with their latest album and release “Mamacita“, with the video achieving over 2 million views on YouTube just 24 hours after being released. The album also topped the World Album chart on Billboard. Due to the forever growing support of their fans, they released a new “Drama Version MV” which has left old and new fans alike in fits of laughter as they show a comedic side to their usually charming personalities. The song itself has some clever expressionistic lyrics along with a musical sound that’s completely different to songs being released at the moment, and with the clever implement of cowboys, sheriffs and thieves, the video along with the music is able to showcase each members individual personality.

There was a growing fear among the fans that with their two year gap of no promotions Super Junior might lose their crown of being the Supermen of K-pop. But coming back with a blast they proved that they can move with the times and that they are still one of the most competitive boy groups going.

Be sure to show the boys support and check out their new release below. Keep checking back to MCM Buzz for more updates on possible upcoming K-pop concerts within Europe.

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