Although Super Junior’s concert in Manila last Friday was postponed, the members wanted to meet their loyal fans.
The show was moved after Siwon tested positive for COVID-19 and Eunhyuk’s father died.
Members Leeteuk, Yesung, Shindong, Donghae, Ryeowook, and Kyuhun still showed up for their Filipino ELFs at the SM Mall of Asia Arena.
On Saturday, the group’s leader Leeteuk shared his appreciation for their supporters.
“I hope you can feel our sincerity E.L.F., who waited for a long time, let’s meet again soon. I’m sorry, thank you, and love you,” he said, sharing a photo of Super Junior’s light stick.
It is the group’s sixth visit to the Philippines, following their December 2019 show at the same venue.
Part of the K-Pop industry’s second generation of idol groups and now considered as K-Pop legends, Super Junior is behind the hits “Sorry Sorry,” “Lo Siento,” and “Black Suit.”
The group released on June 29 their comeback single and music video “Don’t Wait” and on July 12 their 11th album “The Road: Keep on Going,” which included the track “Mango.” – RC, GMA News