SM Entertainment reveals that boy group Super Junior would be making their comeback on July to celebrate their 10th anniversary.
On June 24, the agency reveals that Super Junior is preparing for their comeback in mid-July. It would be in the same month which their label mate Girl’s Generation would be making their comeback as well. Although, the representative pointed out that, “It would not be album, but a different type of record instead.”
The comeback would be made in celebration of their 10th year anniversary since their debut back in 2005 with “Super Junior ‘05”. Although their official anniversary is on November, they plan to release the comeback on July.
It would then be Yesung’s comeback album with the group since returning to civilian life following his two years service in the military as an active soldier. It would also be the first album where members Sungmin and Shindong are not around due to their military service which began last March.
Meanwhile, Super Junior vocal sub-unit K.R.Y. composed of Kyuhyun, Ryeowook and Yesung have recently made their Japan Tour and is revealed to be releasing a new Japanese single with “Join Hands” on August 5. While Super Junior as a whole, would be holding a concert in Seoul for “Super Show 6” on July 11 and 12 at Olympic Gymnastic Park and will be on KCON 2015 at Los Angeles on July 31 – August 2.
Stay tuned for more updates on Super Junior’s comeback!