Boy band Super Junior released their 11th full-length album on Tuesday to coincide with the 18th anniversary of their debut.
The new album “The Road: Keep on Going” seems to be a sign of their determination to continue their journey as a K-POP band. Contains 5 tracks.
Super Junior debuted in 2005 as a costume for 13 members under SM Entertainment, but has since been slimmed down to 9 members.
They have gained a lot of support not only in Korea but also overseas, and they are leading the Korean wave of popular culture, especially in Asia.
“SM has a long history and has managed many artists, but Super Junior is the first to release 11 full-length albums,” leader Leeteuk said at an online press event on Tuesday. “Recently, K-POP has fans all over the world. We worked hard on the album so that Super Junior could add new pages to the history of K-POP.”
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