Home » Super Junior’s Japanese Version of ‘Bonamana” To be Released in Japan

Yesterday, tokyohive had announced that the popular south Korean boy group Super Junior will be making their first appearance in a Japanese commercial and there is also the good news that they are going to release the Japanese version of their Korean hit song ‘bonamana’ in June.

The said commercial was said to be for the well known convenience store chain called “Circle K Sunkus” that is said to be operating a total of 6,257 stores throughout the Japan. The members of the group will be going promote the chain’s “South Korea Fair” that was announced to be hold in all of their branches from May 7th to June 13th. For that time, you can be able to have the various special products like onigiri that is filled of bulgogi and also other Korean dishes. The commercial of the group will go to start to air on the 17th.

The group was also revealed to have the theme song for the commercial and it was entitled as “Bijin” which is Japanese version of their Korean hit song “Bonamana”. The song will also serve as their Japanese single that will be going to available in digital from 18th of May. The CD will be going to release as follows on June 8th.

It is also said that the recording on the Japanese lyrics back in the month of March was not a much problem for the members and the commercial was actually filmed in February was almost done with just one take marking the great characteristics of the group.

Super Junior had also commented, “We hope that you will get to know as a bit more through our appearance in the commercial and our song ‘Bijin (BONAMANA)’.” Aside from that, they had also announced that the group will be going to participate in the “The 4th K-Pop Super Live” concert in Chiba that will be going to done in 15th of May.

On the other hand, member Kim Heechul had share some hints for their upcoming 5th album which eventually boosts up much curiosity to their fans and many Korean netizens.