Super Junior returns with three members short

Korean pop group Super Junior will return to the K-pop scene with its fourth album, though with several members missing.

Super Junior 4th album

The boy band’s new album will be released May 13, but excludes the participation of three of the original 13 members – Kang In, who has been off the public radar since a drunk driving incident and currently planning to begin his mandatory Korean military service; Han Geng, a Chinese member of the group facing contract issues with SM Entertainment; and Ki Bum, who has forayed into acting.

Super Junior 4th album

Last year, the band’s third album Sorry, Sorry sold a whopping 250,000 copies in Korea. Their soaring popularity overseas also took them on a tour across Asia, with the boys giving 15 Super Show 2 performances in nine cities including Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Nanjing and Manila.


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