Sunday, 28 April 2013

Super Junior Receives VIP Treatment Entering Brazil for World Tour

Group Super Junior has left for Brazil for their world tour.

Super Junior arrived in Sao Paulo on April 20 and entered Brazil. At the airport, many fans were waiting for them since early morning to meet them. Around 500 fans were seen waiting for them holding up signs and posters with Korean written on them.

The airport also stated that they had over 10 times for security prepared for their arrival in order to avoid and accidents. However, there were too many fans and it was not safe for them to walk down the normal exits. The guards took them to the VIP hall and received star treatment as they entered Brazil.

Many fans were disappointed that they were not able to meet the group as they went down the VIP hall. Super Junior still waved and acknowledged their fans outside the airport as they got into their cars and received much attention from fans.

Super Junior arrived at the Renaissance Hotel and attended the CSR event organized by KOTRA and received much attention from the fashion industry and local officials.

This event was for the 50th anniversary of Korean Immigration to Brazil and a fashion show. Super Junior prepared 2,000 t-shrts to donate and help the unfortunate.

Super Junior commented, "While preparing for the South America segment of our tour, we wanted to do something meaningful for our fans who have supported us. When we heard about the CSR event, we knew we wanted to attend. Although it is a small present, we hope that it will be used towards a good cause."

Super Junior performed their 'SUPERSHOW5' concert on April 21 and held a successful concert with their fans.
Via Kpopstarz

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