Super Junior has decided to do a good deed while in South America.
On April 20, Super Junior landed at Sao Paulo’s Guarulhos International Airport in Brazil, with more than 500 fans greeting the members with colorful signs and cheers.
There, the Super Junior participated in a special event hosted by KOTRA to celebrate 50 years of South Korean immigration to Brazil. The CSR event held at the Sao Paulo Renaissance Hotel ended with great success, as Super Junior donated 2,000 specially made T-shirts to the state government as well as the Red Cross Society.
On participating in the meaningful event, Super Junior stated, “As we were preparing for the South American tour, we were wondering how we could express our gratitude to the people who love Super Junior and waited for us for a long time. So after hearing about the CSR event, we decided to participate. It’s a small present, but we hope the shirts we donated get used for good.”
Super Junior’s Super Show 5 tour in South America began on April 21 at the Sao Paulo Creditcard Hall.
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