Super Junior-M members Ryeowook (top left), Eunhyuk (top second to left), Kyuhyun (top third to left), Donghae (top third to right), Sungmin (top second to right), Henry (top right), Siwon (bottom left) and Zhou Mi (bottom right) pose together for their second mini-album "Perfection," dropped on February 28, 2011. [SM Entertainment]
Super Junior-M, the popular sub-unit of Super Junior, is eyeing to break their year-long hiatus and resume their activities in China.
An official with SM Entertainment told the magazine over the phone Friday that the top talent agency is currently in the planning stages of releasing the sub-unit's next record and further details will be revealed on a later date.
“Due to their overwhelming popularity in China, we have received a number of requests for them to take part in various events and concerts in China though nothing has been set in stone,” the official explained.
Composed of Siwon, Donghae, Henry, Zhou Mi, Ryeowook, Kyuhyun, Eunhyuk and Sungmin, Super Junior-M was first formed in April 2008 with their first studio album "迷 (Me)."
After following it up with their first mini-album “SUPER GIRL” in September 2009, they dropped their second record "Perfection" in February last year.
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