Super Junior-M officially debuts in China

Korean idol group, Super Junior will see the debut of yet another shuffle group today, focusing on the China market and is known simply as Super Junior-M.

Super Junior-M

Super Junior-M will officially launch their entertainment assault on the China market with their debut single, “U”. The “M” in their group name means Mandarin which is the language they’re going to sing in, and shows their determination to conquer the China music industry. The group will be led by Super Junior Chinese member, Han Kyung together with the original Suju members Shi Won, Dong Hae, Kyu Hyun and Ryeo Wook. Two other members from China, Henry and Zhou Mi completes the group of seven and their album will contain all songs sung in Mandarin.

Sohu China had released promotional clips of the members from 3rd April and in just five days, the videos has registered 14 million views combined. This showed the growing popularity of Super Junior-M even before their debut.

Their first album called “Me” will be released in mid-April in China first before subsequently making their rounds in Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and other countries in Asia. The album will contain familiar songs from Super Junior like, “Don’t Don”, “Marry U” and Sandy Lam’s “At least I have you”, etc. The album will have 12 tracks in total. Their “U” music video is also released today.

Super Junior M – U [OFFICIAL MV]

9 thoughts on “Super Junior-M officially debuts in China

  1. SJM! I love this video.
    Henry is soo cute! hehe, and the new guy isn’t bad either ;D
    I’m so happy to see Kyuhyun dancing again ❤

  2. AHHHHHHHH…….Love Super Junior M and Love all the Super Junior original member…
    I Love Donghae……

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