Super Junior performing at "The 3rd ASIA TOUR 'SUPER SHOW 3' in Ho Chi Minh" in Vietnam held at the Go Dau Stadium on May 7, 2011. [SM Entertainment]
Korean idols Super Junior visited Vietnam over the weekend, attracting over 9,000 fans to their concert held in the country.
SM Entertainment announced in a press release that Super Junior took the stage at the Go Dau Stadium in Vietnam for "The 3rd ASIA TOUR 'SUPER SHOW 3' in Ho Chi Minh" on May 7.
The boys rocked the stage with a slew of their hit songs including a parody of "Sorry Sorry," "U" and "BONAMANA" followed by solo and unit performances from Super Junior-T and Super Junior-M.
The show was broadcasted on local network THANH NIEN, XONE FM and YAN TV, while a number of local stars including ho ngoc ha and thanh hang attended the concert.
Meanwhile, the group is gearing up to make their official debut into the music market in Japan with the release of their single "美人(BONAMANA)" on June 8, while its ringtone version will be available on May 18.
Super Junior, often referred among fans as "SuJu" in short, made their debut in late 2005 as one of the most popular boy bands in the world, releasing a number of hit songs such as "Don't Don," "Sorry Sorry" and "BONAMANA" which have topped a number of music charts in Korea and in the Asian region.
They have also toured a number of countries for their "SUPER SHOW" and set to take the stage at Le Zenith de Paris on June 10 with SM Entertainment labelmates for "SMTOWN LIVE WORLD TOUR in PARIS."
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