Sunday, March 20, 2011
Super Junior Makes 30,000 Audiences go wild in Taiwan
Male group Super Junior mesmerized Taiwan with their third Asia tour Super Show 3.
Super Show 3 which started in Seoul and was also held in Qingdao, Beijing, Nanching, Guangzhou, Bangkok, Yokohama and Shanghai is receiving overwhelming response wherever they go. This time, Super Show 3 landed in Taiwan and held 3 shows, making 30,000 audiences go wild.
It was a first time for foreign singers to have 3 consecutive shows at Taiwan’s biggest concert hall, Taipei Arena. Super Junior showed off their ticket power by having their 3 shows sold out and mobilizing the largest number of audience for the first time.
Super Junior previously was number one for 36 weeks on Taiwan’s Korean Japanese must chart with the title song “Sorry Sorry” from their third album released in 2009. Last year, their unrivaled popularity was confirmed once again with their fourth album title song “Miinah” becoming number one on the same chart for 42 weeks.
In the concert, Super Junior performed their hit songs including “Sorry Sorry” and “Miinah.” Also, there were performance from various units and individual members. Guest, Trax performed “Oh! My Goddess.” Super Junior presented grand and diverse performances to the audience by singing over 30 songs for three hours.
Taiwanese fans prepared group cheers for this concert using the color blue which represents Super Junior. Taiwanese fans all threw their blue balloons and blue confetti in the air, making the stadium look like a waterfall. They also moved Super Junior members by showing various phrases using light sticks.
Meanwhile Super Junior who finished their Taiwan concert successfully will continue their third Asia tour Super Show 3 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on March 19th.
Translated by Minnie @ SUJUISM.BLOGSPOT.COM