Monday, 10 June 2013

Korean group Super Junior to release debut Japanese album

Super Junior announced it would be releasing the group's first Japanese studio album, titled "Hero," on July 24.

It was revealed that the upcoming Japanese debut album would consist of 11 tracks, including the lead track "Hero," as well as the Japanese versions of past hits such as "Sexy, Free & Single," "Bonamana," "Mr. Simple," "Opera," "Our Love" and "Way."

Although Super Junior has been very active in the Japanese music market, releasing various Japanese-language singles, "Hero" marks the group's first full studio album to be released in the country.

The members of Super Junior are currently on their "Super Show 5" world tour, which kicked off in Seoul in March. The "Super Show 5" tour has already taken the group across South America including performances in Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Peru. Super Junior is gearing up for its Japan leg of the tour with two live shows at the Tokyo Dome on July 27 and 28.

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